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Beautiful house... we had a fantastic time... and we will definitely be back... Thank you!

What’s here?

This corner of West Sussex is ideally suited to take advantage of practically every holiday or weekend inclination, be it equestrian, country walks, motor racing or anything connected with our wonderful beaches and sea. There is an abundance of the country’s prettiest pubs and one or two of the country‚Äôs most outstanding restaurants.

Should one wish to go racing, under half an hour by car is the famous Goodwood race course. Situated on top of the South Downs, it has to be one of the most spectacular courses in Europe, Fontwell racecourse is also close by. For those wishing to ride in these beautiful surroundings it will be possible to introduce you to stables suited to your requirements.

There are countless beaches both sandy and pebble that offer young and old alike, limitless opportunities for all interests both ashore and at sea. Sailing as a relaxing pastime was, as we know it today, begun in Chichester Harbour by Charles 11 (1630-1635) and it was he who introduced the first leisure sailing craft into this country’s waters; beginners can learn, experienced sailors can crew or hire and those with their own craft can launch. Surfing, wind surfing, kite sailing, canoeing, scuba diving, even just swimming are only minutes away.

For those of a curious nature, in a single day one can visit a Roman Palace not far from Petworth; Chichester Cathedral, Arundel Castle which is home to the Duke of Norfolk, and the first Catholic Cathedral built in this country since our break with Rome, a two thousand year span all in a single day.

A little further afield, but again less than forty minutes away, is Portsmouth and Southsea with its famous shopping centre and the home of Nelson’s flag ship, The Victory.

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