The Barn at Tillington is a beautifully converted barn set in the South Downs National Park with stunning views from the garden and terrace. It provides exceptional accommodation with a comfortable lounge with two sofas which has a triple aspect which fully encompasses the fabulous panoramic views of the South Downs and patio doors lead to the rear terrace and onto the gardens beyond.
The stylish galley style kitchen is equipped with all modern conveniences including an oven/hob, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, fridge and full freezer. The dining area is situated next to the kitchen and has direct access on to the exterior terrace. There is a useful shower room on the ground floor with a WC and basin.
There are two bedrooms ; one king size double and one twin bedded both of which have fitted wardrobe space and chests of drawers. The family bathroom is located between the two bedrooms and has a full bath with shower overhead with a WC and basin.
The terrace has views over the garden to the South Downs National Park countryside beyond and sun loungers and a table are provided to enjoy the views on a sunny day.
There is parking available within the gated gravelled driveway. Please note that, although Wifi is available, the signal can be intermittent due to the rural location.
This property is unsuitable for children under 5.
Tillington and beyond
The Barn at Tillington is set in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park in the village of Tillington. The village is home to All Hallows Church and there are many old dwellings, including medieval timber framed houses, with one third of the buildings in the parish being Grade II listed
The Barn is located directly opposite the stately home of Petworth House and deer park which was landscaped by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. The town of Petworth itself is full of quaint houses and cottages, many within their own courtyard settings. They are interspersed with antique shops and tearooms so it makes the ideal place for a stroll.
The drive south from either Petworth or Midhurst over the South Downs to Chichester is extremely picturesque. Taking either road will lead you close to Goodwood about ten miles away, famous for its horseracing and more recently for the motorsport events; The Fesitval of Speed and the Goodwood Revival. The South Downs all around Goodwood offer plenty of good walking opportunities and provide you with classic Downland scenery and fine views towards Chichester Cathedral and the Isle of Wight beyond.
You may also consider a trip to Arundel Castle with its 1000 year history, home to the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk, which is a twenty minute drive away or explore the south coast and its beaches. Littlehampton, which is a 30 minute drive, is a beautiful length of unspoilt beach designated as of Special Scientific Interest.