Set only at 10 minute walk from Chichester Centre, Stride Close makes the perfect base to explore what our historic city has to offer. With two bedrooms this first floor apartment can comfortably accommodate up to three people. The large living area has comfortable seating around the television and a dining area at the opposite end. When not out at a local restaurant or pub (we have lots or recommendations) you can easily self cater in the well equipped kitchen. The kitchen includes, fridge, freezer, cooker, kettle, microwave, toaster and all the pots/ pans and utensils you will need.
There is one family bathroom with shower over the bath opposite both the single and the double bedroom.
Although there are excellent train links nearby there is parking space outside of the apartment.Stride Close is perfectly placed to explore many of the attractions Chichester has to offer. The Cathedral is a sight not to be missed. You can enjoy a tour of the spectacular building or simply wander the beautiful 'Bishop's Gardens'. Chichester has plenty of shops to browse; not only do you have the high street leaders, upon exploration you will find boutique stores with unique gifts and fascinating antique hideaways particularly at the end of West Street and East Street.
From the apartment you don't have to go far to find entertainment. At the top of Chichester's North Street you will find the famous Festival Theatre. Tickets can sell out fast, so make sure you take a peek at what will be showing during your stay. Amongst other attractions, there is the popular Pallant House Gallery nearby and the independent New Park Cinema where you can enjoy a bottle of wine and watch the latest film or catch up with your favourite classic.
Around Chichester there are many places to explore and if you don't have a car you can make use of Chichester's excellent bus and rail services. You can get to London Victoria in an hour and a half, travel to Brighton and explore the myriad of lanes in just 40- 50 minutes and perhaps stop off and explore Arundel Castle with it's quaint town along the way. For travellers who like to go a bit further afield, heading west to Portsmouth you can explore the famous Spinnaker tower, the old 'Spice Island' dockyards and from there make your way to the Isle of White with a ticket to Ryde, by ferry, catamaran or hovercraft! Travelling further west, if you enjoy the histoy Chichester has to offer you can catch a train to the cathedral city of Salisbury where you will find easy links to tours of Stonehenge.