Pretty three bedroomed home near the beach

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5 guests, 3 bedrooms, 4 beds, 1 bathroom
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A recently refurbished and tastefully decorated country home with off street parking and a private garden overlooking fields. Relax in the traditional wooden conservatory with views of the garden and the field beyond. Nature lovers will enjoy watching the wildlife from the comfort of the breakfast table! West Wittering beach is just a few minutes drive away, and there are lovely footpaths straight from the property across neighbouring farmland.

The space
The house has been recently refurbished and offers bright and airy living space downstairs with one king bedroom, a twin bedroom and a single bedroom upstairs. The kitchen opens up onto the conservatory dining room, with lovely views across the field, and the sitting room is tastefully decorated with plenty of cosy seating. This home offers the perfect getaway for your family.

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Washing machine
Dryer
Bath
Private garden
Cot

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Where you’ll be

Birdham, England, United Kingdom

There are plenty of good cafes in East Wittering, we especially like Drifters and Drift-In. Bracklesham has a few takeaways and a great beach cafe/restaurant called Billy's on the Beach. The Lamb Inn on the West Wittering road is a lovely family pub with great food. Croucher's Cider House Kitchen (pizzeria) and opposite Croucher's Hotel is a lovely Indian, Thyme and Chillis. The Boat House in Chichester Marina is in a beautiful location overlooking the harbour. The Scuttlebut in Birdham Pool is a lovely little coffee shack overlooking the boats. Chichester has many high street restaurants serving all tastes. The Crown and Anchor in Dell Quay has fabulous views overlooking the water, a great sundowner spot (if you can get a table!)

Nearest shops
Birdham Stores NISA on Birdham Road, half mile
Tesco, Co-op, butchers, greengrocer in East Wittering 2.5 miles
Waitrose and other major supermarkets in Chichester 5 Miles

Things to do
West Wittering beach is a beautiful, sandy, blue flag beach and is in a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is largely undeveloped retaining its natural beauty and there is plenty of parking. It is perfect for walkers, swimmers, paddle boards and kite surfers.

Pagham Harbour is a glorious and peaceful nature reserve, one of the few undeveloped stretches of the Sussex coast. This sheltered inlet is an internationally important wetland site for wildlife. Watch black-tailed godwits and little egrets by day, then linger when skies are clear for an amazing sunset.

From Itchenor one can walk along the Salterns Way to West Wittering Beach - or just stop for a bite to eat in The Ship Inn or the Quarterdeck Cafe. The Itchenor ferry can be caught from the slipway and takes you across the water to the southerly most point in Bosham - follow Shore Road for a pleasant 30 minute walk around the harbour's edge to the historic harbour village of Bosham where there is a Saxon church featured in the Bayeux Tapestry, cafes and a pretty pub both overlooking the water.

Birdham Pool and Chichester Marina offer great walks, cafes and boat spotting. Free parking is available but both can be reached via the Salterns Way, a walking and cycling route that runs from Chichester to West Wittering. There are footpaths that lead to the Salterns Way directly from the property.

The Roman town of Chichester is 5 miles North of Birdham and its pedestrian centre is home to boutique shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries and The Chichester Cathedral with its unique separate bell tower. Bird watchers might spot the Peregrine Falcons nesting in the tower.

The Trundle is the highest point on the South Downs Way, part of the South Downs National Park, with spectacular views across Chichester Harbour and is part of the famous Goodwood Estate.

West Dean Gardens on the Midhurst Road is one of the greatest restored gardens open to the public in England - wander around the grand pergola or enjoy a walk through the historic Arboretum.

The Weald & Downland Living Museum, next door to West Dean Gardens showcases historic buildings, rebuilt brick by brick and set in beautiful downland countryside.

Hosted by Tom

  1. Joined in May 2017
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With two young children and a dog, we love spending time on the beach as well as going for walks in the lovely countryside.

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Check-in: 16:00 - 22:00
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Pets are allowed

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