“Very good venue. Exactly as ...”Very good venue. Exactly as described. Lovely setting under the South Downs with spectacular views. The apartment is completely self contained and located over stables. Landlords, Jane and Les live next door and are very likeable, helpful and concerned for your comfort. Recommended.
- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
The Granary is a lovely first floor apartment in Fulking with stunning views over Devil's Dyke a famous Sussex landmark within the South Downs National Park.
Superbly located for those that love a day out exploring the footpaths and cycleways of a rolling English landscape, or sampling a local beer while enjoying lunch in one of the many village pubs that scatter the area.
This self catering holiday apartment in Fulking with it's high pitched, sloping ceiling, is tastefully furnished and decorated, with a well-equipped kitchen and a comfortable sitting area with a double sofa bed.
The dining area also has French doors that open onto a Juliet balcony so a romantic dinner for two benefits from a glorious views over the South Downs.
The attractive double bedroom is perfect for a restful night's sleep with only bird song to wake you in the mornings.
Outside this lovely holiday cottage there is a small patio where you can sit a relax with a glass of wine after a day exploring the Sussex countryside and plan the days ahead and there is so much to explore!
The South Downs Way is on the doorstep of the Granary, and is said to be the central thread running through the patchwork of culture and nature that is the South Downs National Park.
The path spans 160 kilometres and runs from the cathedral city of Winchester in the west, through to Beachy Head at Eastbourne in the east and caters for all abilities and interests.
If you have a four legged friend to accompany you on one of the numerous walks you can be sure of a warm welcome at many of the pubs en-route.
In Fulking village The Shepherd and Dog prides itself on being an ideal stop-off for dog walkers and cyclists.
So why not do just that after a day walking the South Downs before returning to the welcome of this lovely apartment in Fulking to settle down with a warm glow and a good book.
A perfect holiday home at any time of year.
All first floor. One double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed, electric fire and Juliet balcony. Shared utility.
- Gas central heating with electric fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, use of washing machine in shared utility, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 1 car
- Shared patio with furniture and shared lawned garden
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 5 mins walk
- Note: Stabling for horses by arrangement with owners
- Note: Apartment next to farmland with livestock and farm equipment stored close by
- Note: Access to apartment through shared utility room
- Note: Children aged 10 and over only.
About the location
Henfield 3 miles; Brighton 6 miles; Worthing 9 miles.
Fulking is a lovely Sussex village located in the South Downs National Park and dating back to just after the Norman invasion in 1066. There is a quaint country pub just outside the village called "The Shepherd and Dog" beside which is a spring, due to the constant flow of water from the chalk strata a small steam rises and travels uphill. The stream eventually flows out into a public tap and horsetrough, above which is a tiled inscription with a psalm in honour of John Ruskin a Victorian writer and philanthropist, definatley worth looking out for when visiting Fulking. Several of the houses in this Sussex village date back to the 1600s with a lot of them are half timbered. However Fulking is best known for it's beautiful countryside and proximity within the South Downs National Park. This is the perfect choice for walking and riding, whether by horse or cycle, with stunning views to admire as you stroll. Why not pack a picnic and enjoy a day of fresh air, flora and fauna. Devil's Dyke is no doubt the most famous part of this area, and there are many myths and legends regarding how this deep valley came about. Some said it was from the devil digging a trench to allow the sea to flood the land when he was disturbed he then fled leaving his trench unfinished and throwing the last shovel of earth over his shoulder which fell into the sea and formed the Isle of Wight. This part of Sussex offers visitors lots of towns and villages to explore each with their own special attraction. With Brighton it's beaches and shopping, a day investigating "The Lanes" stopping for a coffee and a spot of people watching, Glyndbourne famous for it's opera festival held in the grounds and where people dress up and bring a picnic. Shoreham has it's airport which is the UK's oldest licensed airport still in operation and has even been used as a filming location for scenes from Poirot, Tenko and The Da Vinci Code to name a few. Spend a week in Sussex and explore the world!
Note: Children aged 10 and over only.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute