|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
The Cottage at Hale Hill Farm is a spacious, recently converted, cottage that lies within an area of outstanding and natural beauty, in a peaceful setting, on the edge of the South Downs. The cottage has 2 bedrooms and is ideal for a family or for 2 couples to share.
There is a well equipped family kitchen with table and chairs, which includes a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. A stable door leads to the enclosed south west facing garden, which has a picnic table and barbecue. The large area of lawn at the rear of the cottage is also for guest use.
The sitting room offers a really great space and features a vaulted ceiling, as well as a wood burner at one end making it lovely and cosy in the winter months. Two patio doors open onto the gardens, so in the warmer months you can enjoy the outdoors from the comfort of the sitting room.
There is a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a triple room containing a double bed and a single bed.
Both the bedrooms have patio doors opening on to a decked veranda with wonderful views of the countryside. There is a family bathroom which has a bath with shower attachment. A travel cot and high chair are also available.
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The Cottage at Hale Hill Farm is on the edge of the village of West
Burton in heart of West Sussex.
It is in
an ideal location for enjoying all the best that the West Sussex countryside has
to offer, with access to some great walks in the area and being very close to the
South Downs Way.
Bignor Roman Villa is
just a short distance away and is a wonderful example of how influential the
Romans were in the region.
A little further afield, to the south, is the town of Arundel, famous
for both its castle and cathedral that dominate the skyline.
Arundel has a wide selection of local shops
(ideal for antique hunters), cafes and restaurants.
The River Arun also runs through the centre
of the town and alongside the popular boating lake and Arundel Wetland centre.
market town of Petworth is to the north of the cottage and is home to Petworth
House and park, now owned and maintained by the National Trust.
The cathedral city of Chichester and the
Goodwood Estate, famous for its horse and motor racing events, are also within