Hillside Cottage is set within the South Downs National Park and is a great base for exploring everything that Sussex has to offer and the accommodation provides everything you could need for your self-catering holiday.
There are two cosy lounges one with a central woodburning stove. There is Freeview available via a Smart television and Wifi throughout the property. The kitchen has all modern conveniences including a fridge, electric hob/ oven and a washing machine. There is a dining table for four available in one of the lounges and also a small brekfast table area in the kitchen.
There are two bedrooms, also on the ground floor, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. The compact bathroom is located off the kitchen and has a half bath with shower overhead, WC and basin.
There is a private garden area with views of the South Downs and parking for two cars in the gated driveway.
A charge of £25.00 per stay will be made for each dog (guide dogs for the blind and registered assistance dogs excepted). Please let us know if you will be bringing a dog with you. This property will accept a maximum of one dog.
Bury and beyond
Hillside Cottage has the advantage of offering a countryside setting and yet has easy access to many local attractions within in minutes including the South Downs Way, a 100 mile national trail from Winchester to Eastbourne.
The pictureque village of Amberley is a lovely walk from Bury and has lots of character and appeal with many thatched cottages. This is also the location of the Amberley Working Museum , a great day out for all ofthe family.
Arundel is a 15 minute drive from the cottage and has a wealth of attractions to see including the amazing Arundel Castle and gothic cathedral. There are many restaurants, bars and shops to keep every member of the party happy!
The Sussex coast is less than ten miles drive from the cottage with both Climping Beach and Littlehampton's West Beach providing a lovely coastal day out. Other attractions in the area include events at the Goodwood Estate such as the Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and , of course, Glorious Goodwoo