What a stunning location, this delightful cottage is perfectly positioned to enjoy everything that Sussex and the South Downs can offer !
With amazing views across the Arun Valley towards Arundel Castle, The Cow Hide is an idyllic hideaway with friendly farm life in front of the cottage and many local trails up to the South Downs and beyond.
All on the ground level, this cottage is perfect for two! The living area has a comfortable sofa, television and Wifi and full length and width windows to the scenery outside. With a small kitchenette available with a full fridge and freezer compartment, toaster, kettle and microwave available for light meals.
There is a double bedroom and the bathroom is equipped with a shower cubicle, WC and basin.
It is all about the outside at this petite retreat with a large terrace area which boats panoramic views of the local areas - a stunning spot to enjoy a glass of bubbles or a morning coffee.
There is one parking space available in the gated driveway.
Wepham, Burpham and beyond
The local area offers exceptional views and opportunities to enjoy the South Downs scenery and surrounding local villages offer a wealth of opportunities for walkers and countryside lovers
Arundel is just 3 miles from the cottage and is very popular, offering such delights as Georgian and Victorian buildings and the impressive Arundel Castle which is the seat of the Duke of Norfolk along with an abundance of restaurants, tearooms and shops
It is just a short drive to the coast and the delights of Climping Beach and Littlehampton's West Beach which are beautiful and unspoilt.
Close by is the Goodwood estate with their prestigious motorsport events, the Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival, and there is also Glorious Goodwood with five days of thrilling horse-racing action set against the magnificent backdrop of the rolling Sussex countryside.
You can also take advantage of the proximity of the cathedral city of Chichester with its ancient city walls and many museums and galleries. There are also plenty of good shops and restaurants and, if you enjoy the theatre, the Chichester Festival Theatre is worth booking due not only to the quality of productions but the fact many world premieres are featured here as well.