Tigh-An-Traigh is a lovely detached bungalow ideally located for a seaside holiday in the Sussex village of Rustington.
This is the perfect base for a family or small group of friends to enjoy a fun-packed traditional coastal holiday.
Inside this cottage, there is a warm and welcoming ambiance, with plenty of comfortable seating in the sitting room so everyone can gather together either to watch the TV or play one of the many board games provided, perfect for rainy days.
The separate dining room has a couple of comfy chairs positioned just in front of the French door, ideal for warm summer days when you can open the doors and let the sea breeze drift in, making it more than just a place to dine.
With two attractive bedrooms, the double benefiting from an en-suite shower room and the second having twin beds giving flexible sleeping arrangements.
The fitted kitchen is wonderfully equipped with everything from two electric ovens to a full-size dishwasher, which means everyone gets to enjoy time together after a delicious dinner prepared by the designated cook.
All rooms are themed in different colours, giving this self-catering holiday home it’s charming character, with the seaside theme continuing right through into the family bathroom.
Guests can safely store all forms of watersports equipment and cycles in the garage, which sits to the side of this coastal bungalow.
Outside, there is a generous rear lawned garden with mature shrubs and trees making it a lovely sheltered spot to sit and relax, whilst the frontage is a lovely wide lawn with off road parking.
A short walk from the property is Rustington beach which is popular for wind and kite surfing as well as beachcombing and swimming.
It is made up of shingle and sand, making it a lovely place for families to enjoy, as well as your four-legged friends enjoying a walk along the shoreline whatever the weather.
Alternatively the village's shops can be visited enabling you to stock up with wonderful homemade pies and pastries and buy freshly baked bread and cakes, perfect for packing into a picnic and setting off to explore Sussex in all its glory.
With the South Downs only a few miles away, quaint market towns all around and historic houses and castles a short drive away, you will be spoilt for choice on your holiday.
This home by the sea has everything to make it a holiday for everyone at any time of the year.
About the location
Littlehampton 1.8 miles, Arundel 7 miles; Worthing 8 miles; Chichester 14 miles.
Rustington is a thriving coastal village set between Worthing and Bognor Regis, with a good range of shops, both small independent retailers and national names, as well as a number of cafes, pubs and restaurants. This coastal village incorporates an assortment of restaurants offering delicious meals to quaint afternoon tea, so you can tuck into an indulgent lunch after a morning wandering around the shops. A walk or short drive along the front will take you to Littlehampton, which has a number of attractions, including a leisure centre with swimming pool, crazy golf, pitch and putt, miniature railway, tennis courts and an amusement park. There are two beaches in Littlehampton set either side of the River Arun. The Blue Flag, coastguard patrolled sandy east beach is perfect for young and old with indoor and outdoor attractions. The west beach is protected and offers sand dunes and wonderful wildlife. The marina and harbour offer riverside walks, boat trips and a visitor centre. Historic houses and castles are also within easy travelling distance. Arundel Castle and Gardens, where the Dukes of Norfolk have been in residence for over 850 years, are just six miles from Rustington. Arundel is also home to a cathedral, independent shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants, river walks and the Wetland Centre home to vividly coloured kingfishers - a must for all keen bird watchers. The annual Arundel Festival each summer has a great variety of activities, concerts and events. The cathedral city of Chichester is 17 miles from Rustington and its centre offers a mix of high street shopping and designer boutiques. Chichester Festival Theatre has an international reputation.Other nearby attractions include the South Downs National Park which offers beautiful walks of varying lengths, wonderful villages and historic pubs; the racecourses at Fontwell and Goodwood and Brighton (half an hour by train) which has something for everyone. Portsmouth can be reached in about an hour by car and the Historic Dockyard, with the Mary Rose and HMS Victory, makes a good day out. Whether you would like to explore the Sussex coast, towns and countryside, enjoy days out at historic places or family venues, or simply relax in the sea-air, Rustington is an ideal holiday location.