Our house is in the centre of a picturesque Sussex village mentioned in the Domesday Book, which has shops, restaurants and pubs and is handy for Brighton, London and Gatwick Airport as well as the beautiful scenery of the South Downs National Park.
The room is a light and spacious double room at the top of the house with an en suite bathroom and views of the South Downs. There is a comfy double bed, dressing table and wardrobe.
Guests are welcome to use the kitchen, dining room, living room and the garden.
We are happy to help in any way to make your visit enjoyable and can give advice about local places of interest.
Other places to visit include Ditchling which is 4 miles away and is another beautiful village it has an interesting museum which holds an internationally important collection of work by the artists and craftspeople who were drawn to the village, including the sculptor, wood engraver, type-designer and letter-cutter Eric Gill, the calligrapher Edward Johnston (responsible for the famous Johnston typeface used for London Underground), the painter David Jones, the printer Hilary Pepler and the weaver Ethel Mairet.