A charming contemporary cottage in a South Downs village. The historic cities of Chichester and Arundel nearby . Award winning South Coast beaches a short drive, and we are very conveniently located for the renowned Goodwood Motor festivals ( 0.9 mile ) . Our traditional village pub serving delicious food a few paces away.
Cosy but spacious and airy double room with comfortable king size bed. Plenty of hanging space for clothes. Tea and coffee making facilities in your room. Private bathroom with wonderful views. Free Wi-fi available . No Tv in room. Continental breakfast available if required.
The guests will have access to their bedroom and private bathroom and the kitchen for breakfast. Guests are also more than welcome to sit in the garden when the weather permits.
I work from home so always available to chat with the guests and help in any way I can to make their stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. And always happy to offer recommendations for pubs and restaurants in the area as well as making suggestions on local attractions and events that may be of interest. My dog 'Micky 'is the perfect guide and companion should you wish to get out doors and explore some of our lovely local walks ! Likewise, if cycling is your mode of transport , I have a secure storage area available .There is a bus stop outside the property with regular buses to Chichester.
Please note there are no locks on the bedroom or bathroom doors or any Safe storage facilities in your room. Car parking is always available outside the front of the house. A Continental breakfast is available .
No visitors other than the guests who have booked permitted in the property. No parties or loud noise. It would be appreciated during wet weather that outdoor shoes are not worn upstairs. Please respect the property as a family home.
I live near to Goodwood and Chichester in the village of Halnaker ; a Roman name meaning ' Half-naked' or , as some believe ' Half- knackered ' because of its location as a staging post for weary horses travelling the commercial route between Portsmouth and London. It seems suitably appropriate that I continue that tradition by welcoming today's traveller to my cottage arriving by horse-power seeking relaxation and refreshments !