The original part of Bewl Rookery B&B, a classic Sussex timber frame farmhouse, dates back to the 16th Century. On ordnance survey maps you will see the house as ‘The Colleens’ and there are several stories as to how it came to have this name! Bewl Rookery comes from the fact that the house overlooks one of the largest rookeries in the area, perched high on a hill above Bewl Water. From the bedrooms you can see the nests in the top of the trees and if you sit in our garden room as the sun sets you will see the rooks gathering in the trees in our field before they head to their nests across the road in their rookery.
The Garden room is your breakfast room and living room to enjoy during your stay. Coffee and tea are always available and you can relax and read, watch TV or just enjoy the views.
Bewl Rookery has three double bedrooms, two with en-suites. All rooms have been recently refurbished to offer a relaxing stay in beautiful characterful rooms. Egyptian Cotton bed linen and superbly soft mattresses in all rooms. Click on the images below to find out more.
To ensure Bewl Rookery Bed and Breakfast is suitable for your needs please check our Accessibility Statement.
This room is in the oldest part of the house with creaky floorboards and timber beams it is steeped in history while offering every creature comfort, including a Kingsize bed (or twin) and en-suite.
The largest bedroom with kingsize bed (or twin) and plenty of space to relax and enjoy your stay as well as your own private en-suite shower room.
We charge £110 for the Willow Room and £100 for the Oak Room and Chestnut Room, all with breakfast. We have a minimum of two night stay at weekends. Please give us a call or email to find out availability and we’re happy to chat if you have questions.
Check in is between 4.30pm and 6pm – or give us a call and arrange a suitable time. Check out is at 10.30am.