“very nice property with many more ...”very nice property with many more home comforts than any other holiday home we have visited
- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
This beautiful, semi-detached converted coach house is located next to the owners' home, in the heart of the Sussex countryside on the edge of the hamlet of Fontwell, adjoining Slindon Woods, close to the South Downs National Park.
An ideal base for those looking for peace and relaxation, this spacious Fontwell cottage boasts a mix of contemporary and traditional furnishings, allowing families and friends a place to holiday together.
By adding a lower worktop in the lovely, well-equipped kitchen, it allows those guests needing to sit while preparing meals to do so, plus the superb sitting area, in the same room as the kitchen, is very inviting.
There are three attractive bedrooms at this South Downs cottage, including two with en-suite facilities, and one boasting garden views and a Juliet balcony.
From the conservatory, step outside into the delightful English cottage garden, which surrounds this Fontwell holiday home, just the place for alfresco dining, or just sitting and taking a break at the end of a long day of exploring this haven of historic towns, racecourses or National Trust properties that this part of Sussex is famous for.
Fontwell Park Racecourse, with its 23 meetings each year, is just a few minutes' away, and the market town of Arundel is only five miles away and has a castle, set alongside the River Arun, a cathedral, art galleries, tea rooms and cobbled streets.
For anything from a winter break to a long summer holiday, this Fontwell cottage is the perfect place to stay.
Three bedrooms with TV: 1 x king-size double with shared en-suite bath, basin and WC leading to 1 x double day bed (can be twin on request) with Juliet balcony, 1 x ground floor double with en-suite wheelchair accessible walk-in double shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with sitting area. Conservatory with dining area.
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 4 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot, highchair and stairgate on request
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed private front patio
- Enclosed private raised lawned garden with patio and furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 2 miles, pub 10 mins walk
- Note: There are sloping ceilings and limited headroom in first floor bedrooms
- Note: Ground floor may be suitable for wheelchair users, please contact the owner for more details
- Note: Access to the shared en-suite bathroom is via the double bedroom
- Note: Check-in time 4pm.
About the location
Arundel 5 miles; Goodwood 5 miles; Chichester 6 miles; Petworth 11 miles; Worthing 14 miles.
Fontwell is a small hamlet in the heart of the Sussex countryside, made famous by Fontwell Park Racecourse, where in October 1949 Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II had her first win as the owner of Monaveen. The racecourse is still a popular venue with 23 meetings each year, including the customary Boxing Day race day. Fontwell itself is made up of several scattered cottages and equestrian centres, nestled within Slindon Woods on the edge of the South Downs National Park. Arundel is 5 miles to the east, here visitors are able to tread cobbled streets and explore this pretty market town with its castle and cathedral both set high up on the hills overlooking the River Arun. Arundel also offers quaint shops, art galleries and a number of pubs and restaurants, as well as a monthly farmers’ market, here you can buy local cheeses and breads, along with fruits and cakes, so why not fill your picnic basket and head for the South Downs, or to the coast for a day on the beach. You cannot come to this part of Sussex without visiting Goodwood. With horse racing, motor racing and Goodwood House, a 17th century stately house home to the Duke of Richmond (open to the public from March to October) everyone will have a day to remember. With so much to see and do you will want to return to this Sussex hamlet time and again.