The self-contained accommodation at Burghurst Lodge was sympathetically converted from an old cart shed in 2010. It is set in a courtyard on a quiet lane close to the centre of Horsted Keynes. It contains a bedsitting room with a separate shower room and a fully equipped kitchen.
Horsted Keynes is a thriving small rural village close to Ashdown Forest, home to Winnie the Pooh, and is ideally located for exploring Kent and Sussex. It has two excellent pubs and former Prime Minister Harold MacMillan, who lived just outside the village, is buried in St Giles churchyard.
The Bluebell Railway is located just outside the village as is the South of England Showground at Ardingly.
Horsted Keynes is in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Burghurst Lodge is in a conservation area in the centre of the village and situated on the Sussex Border Path.