Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 2
A newly built private, spacious and comfortable self contained studio set in a calm garden to the north of Chichester. The architect designed studio is generous and comprises of a kitchen, bedroom and lounge area with seperate shower room. The layout means that the bedroom feels seperate
The studio is available for weekends or longer stays. Meals can be provided by arrangement but
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, Studio|
|Nearest beach||West Wittering 7 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Southhampton 60 km, Nearest railway: Chichester 2 km|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Further details indoors|
modern interior - no lace curtains
a light and bright room
entirely self contained - private access
secure on road parking
comfortable double bed
modern shower room
use of garden
free use of washing machine and dryer
Wi fi, tv and radio
pets welcome by arrangement
linen and bath towels provided
the studios position makes it ideal for the Goodwood Events;
•glorious goodwood and all other meets
•festival of speed and the revival meeting.
the studio is not large enough for a 3rd person but guests with a baby and travel cot are welcome.
|Further details outdoors|
Private and lit access through garden.
adjacent garden area under walnut tree available to guests.
Available for both week end, short and long term bookings.
pets by arrangement
meals available by arrangement
The South East England region
The climate in our part of Sussex is generally good being effected by the impact of the Isle of Wight and the south downs on incoming weather systems from the south west. More sun and less rain.
The south downs national park is Englands newest, stretching between Eastbourne and Winchester to the west. The park is home to many ancient villages and towns.
It is the nature of national parks that they are accessible to the public.
This part of Sussex is dominated by the Chichester Harbour, a natural area of inland water, opening out to the sea through a narrow opening - the east head. The harbour includes many communities, including Bosham, once the home of the Danish Kings, and Emsworth. The harbour is a remarkable place for sailors, walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and fishermen. All areas are accessible to the public through a network of walkways and bridlepaths.
The beaches around the opening of the harbour are safe and varied with clean water and mainly sandy beaches.
Coastal towns include Southampton, Portsmouth and, to the east, Brighton.
The history of Chichester includes a period of Roman settlement of which much evidence remains much of which is celebrated in the new museum the Novium, built in the centre of Chichester in 2011. Canute or Cnut had his palace in Bosham. His daughter is buried in the Bosham church.
Chichester has a population of some 70,000 souls boosted by the youth of the university and colleges. At the cities heart is the cathedral which dominates, wether it is the pergrines falcons in the steeple, the Chagall windows or the great medieval architecture.
A compact city it has many elegant buildings with the usual mix of cinemas, restaurants shops and pubs.
Nationally, Chichester it is known for the Festival Theatre - Lawrence Olivier was its first director, The Pallant House gallery, which has a remarkable collection of 20th century art and the Goodwood estate, owned by the March family, has world famous racing events for horses and cars. The Goodwood race course, positioned on the top of the downs, is rightly known as "glorious".
Otherwise the West Dean Estate, home of poet Edward James and friend of Dali and the surrealists, has truly remarkable gardens. The Weald and Downland Museum, next to West Dean, features the buildings, history and cultures of southern England.