|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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A bungalow built around railway carriage right on the beach with glorious sea views. Ideal location for Goodwood.
Front and rear garden. Private parking, garage.
Quirky accommodation. The main bedroom is reached via the second bedroom. There is a small box room suitable for a child or a height challenged person. (There is headroom but not long enough for a full length bed.)
Living room, kitchen/diner. Shower room (no bath).
Ideal for a couple or a couple with children or just good friends. Crockery and utensils are provided but please bring your own towels.
Pagham beach is a mecca for windsurfing kite surfing and sailing.
A great place for relaxing and exploring the area. The nearby South Downs is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Bring your mountain bike and ride the trails.
The cathedral city of Chichester is 7 miles away.
Good base for Goodwood Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival, Goodwood races and even Goodwood Golf Club.
Dive amogst the sunken Mulberry Harbour
We loved the property. It was as described, right on the beach, well equipped, clean and welcoming. Maybe a bit of TLC needed in terms of outside decoration, but definitely worth the price. Great walks, excellant fish & chips - be nice if renting the property included membership of the beach clubhouse.
We had a great time in this cute little converted railway carriage. It was basic but had everything you needed. It was clean, warm and had real character. A relaxing break on the beach front. Will return with my Grandchildren. The front of the home is a little scruffy at first sight but once inside it is cute and quirky
property was clean and the location was excellent, but disappointed with the property. I would recommend some updating, new fridge, the security of the property front doors was poor and the gardens need to be better maintained. would not recommend to anyone
Great quirky property with all the amenities you could need. Lovely views from the sitting room through patio doors, making the room light and lovely to sit in. The railway carriage features make the cottage wonderfully different. Great location for visiting Goodwood and local attractions. Thanks for the lovely stay!
Quirky railway carriage/house on the beach. We loved it, it was right on the beach and the weather was good, what's not to love? There was everything we needed, the beds were comfortable. The place was clean and welcoming. We would thoroughly recommend a stay here, we hope to come again.
Dealing with the owner was very easy - she responded quickly and clearly.
Effort has gone on the inside of the property to make if feel more homely and the general cleanliness was good. It's location is clearly the main selling point, with access directly onto the beach. There is a cafe and a small arcade near by and a shop just up the road.
However I felt let down by the property. The gravel garden front and back was completely overgrown and it made the property look almost derelict on arrival and the outlook now includes a sea container as next door are in the middle of building a new property.
And maybe this is the crux of the problem. Without a large refurb programme, this quirky property is heading in only one direction. The smell of damp was very noticeable and even though we fully aired the house every day, the damp got into all of our clothes.
I think the owner is at a cross roads with this property. Either it needs some money thrown at it, or like the neighbours, something more dramatic thrown at it.
Pagham is a small, sea front town boasting a nature reserve located close to Pagham Lagoon. It features interesting wildlife to attract both the amateur and serious birdwatcher. The beach itself is pebbly for the most part, and is enjoyed by windsurfers and other watersports enthusiasts as well as families. It has the advantaged of shallow waters for some distances making it ideal for the younger visitors.
Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve is an internationally important site for nature conservation, featuring plant and animal habitats of global rarity.
The Reserve covers 1500 acres, about half of which is saltmarsh and mudflats, while the rest comprises farmland, copses, lagoons, reedbeds and shingle beaches.
Local attractions include birdwatching and pastel painting workshops, a bug hunt, the ever popular Marine Madness and Beach Beasties events, art exhibitions, walks and lots more. There are lots of country pubs with excellent food nearby. Chichester is
Other Activities: Bird Watching
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£100|