5.0★ 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews well (3) garden (3) everything (3) our (3) great (3) property (3) 5 Customer Reviews "Perfect cottage for our late booking holiday." The property was very well equipped, Debs had thought of everything. Perfectly located for our needs. Reviewed by Brian5.0★Sep 2023 "Debby made us very welcome on our arrival and showed us around the property." The barn is a lovely little property and is situated in a very peaceful situation in woods, we found this very handy as we could open the gate in the morning and take our dog straight into the woods. Although quiet and peaceful, a 3 minute drive down the lane takes you straight onto the A27 which is great as you can easily access any areas you wish to visit. The barn itself was very comfortable and well appointed with the added bonus of a nice conservatory, and garden with patio, table and chairs Good pub down the road,and a great village shop which served breakfast. Had a very enjoyable weeks break so 5***** to Debby Thank you so much Brian , am so please you enjoyed your stay and enjoyed the local pub in Eartham and village shop & Cafe. I hope you will all return in the future. Many thanks Debs Property Owner Reviewed by Brian5.0★Aug 2023 "This is a great cottage with wonderful features." It is spacious, well equipped and offers a flexible choice of places to eat from the lounge, sun lounge and the patio. The upstairs bedroom has a sloped roof with a spacious and super comfortable bed. The shower which is downstairs provides hot water and is highly effective. The garden is great for four legged friends and was much enjoyed by our pooch and us. We would recommend it to others for its positioning to visit other places, gardens and eateries, too. The host is chatty, informative and kind. Sue thank you for your lovely comments, I am so pleased you enjoyed your stay in The Stables Barn .I look forward to seeing you all in the future Many Thanks Debs Property Owner Reviewed by Sue5.0★Aug 2023 "Lovely place." Great location. Woodland on the door step. Coast 20 mins drive. Fontwell races across the road and Goodwood races 15 min drive. Some lovely touches make it feel a home from home. Warm welcome from host Debbie on arrival. Great for the dog, big enclosed garden. Everything we wanted for a pleasant stay. Hi Martin and Louise Many thanks for your lovely feedback, we hope to welcome you all back to The Stables Barn in the future Debs Property Owner Reviewed by Martin5.0★Jul 2023 "The Stables Barn was a delight the host Debs was wonderfuly helpful and the property was immaculate, everything was catered for your needs and the location was very peaceful, would highly recommend staying here." ***** Thank you Rob for your kind feedback , it was lovely meeting you and Cynthia. I do hope you will both return some day. Debs :-) Property Owner Reviewed by Rob5.0★Jul 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary One king-size bedroom Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC Kitchen Sitting room Conservatory/dining room Electric central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, coffee machine, dishwasher Smart TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Allocated parking Enclosed garden with furniture One well-behaved dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop 1.1 miles, pub 1 mile The property This former stable building rests in the heart of the West Sussex countryside, on the edge of the hamlet of Fontwell. Presented to an excellent standard with easy access to the South Downs National Park, The Stables Barn is a delightful escape for couple looking to spend some time in this part of Sussex. Step into your new home-from-home and become acquainted amongst the appliances in the kitchen, including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and even a washing machine, so there’s no need to bring your whole wardrobe! Escape to the lounge for your down time, curling up on the sofa and catching up on your favourite shows, or choose the conservatory for some quiet time. Head outdoors and make the most of the enclosed garden patio, offering a furniture set from which you can enjoy alfresco dining on a balmy evening. Whisk away upstairs and make yourself comfortable within the bedroom, complete with a TV and king-size bed. After a leisurely slumber, wake yourself up with a refreshing rinse in the shower room before going about your day. The local area is filled with excellent walking opportunities, with the South Downs National Park offering a myriad of routes and chalk cliffs that stretch for 260 square miles. Visit the historical market town of Arundel, home to a medieval castle and quaint antique stores, where you can enjoy a meal in a rustic pub and meander around the charming streets. Further afield, explore the Roman city of Chichester and visit its beautiful cathedral, or catch a race day at the Goodwood Racecourse. There’s lots to look forward to whilst staying at The Stables Barn. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150. View on map About the location FONTWELL 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 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.