Grasses and wildflowers on our meadow walk

Living in a medieval landscape

Bewl Rookery B&B lies in the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of just forty-six in Britain. An AONB is somewhere the government has decided the landscape is so special that it needs to be protected. Established by the 14th century this area is considered to be one of the […]

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The warm scent of springtime

Wild garlic fills the woodland walks at this time of year. While the smell is associated with springtime, the white heads all floating in the breeze and carpeting the woodland almost look as if snow has fallen late in the season. There are many names for wild garlic such as ‘gypsies onions’ or ‘bear’s garlic’ […]

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A sea of blue

There are many beautiful walks that involve views of the blue water of Bewl reservoir but today the sea of blue is on the land, it sweeps through the woods, rolling over the ground around the trees and paths under the shaded canopy of woodland. It is bluebell season and time for not only a […]

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Wadhurst voted best place to live

We are thrilled to hear that The Sunday Times has voted Wadhurst the best place to live in the South East – have a look here at what they say about our local market town, just 2 miles down the road from Bewl Rookery. Wadhurst has such a great choice of shops – from a […]

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