|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Minerva House is beautiful Georgian townhouse set in the centre of the historic city of Chichester in West Sussex. It is ideally located for all of the attractions and amenities the city centre has to offer, most of which can be walked to. Whether it is for a short stay or a longer holiday, Minerva House offers comfortable self-catering accommodation in a location to envy.
On entering Minerva House, the character of the building is immediately apparent with black and white check flooring to the inner hall. The living room, with high ceiling, has a cosy seating area around a very attractive feature fireplace. To one side of the living room is the dining area. French doors open from this room to the courtyard garden, which is a real sun trap in the early afternoon. The kitchen is at the front of house and provides all you need for self-catering, including a gas hob with electric oven, microwave and washing machine.
Upstairs, the house has 2 bedrooms. The double bedroom overlooks the front of the house through 2 traditional sash windows. The single bedroom looks out over the rooftops of the town and offers a wonderful view of the cathedral spire. The modern and stylish bathroom has a separate bath and walk-in shower cubicle.
"Very comfortable and convenient to shops, restaurants, and Goodwood. We thoroughly enjoyed our week long stay in Chichester at this property. It is on a quiet street but very close to everything- it was adequately stocked and the beds were comfortable. We would not hesitate to recommend it or stay there again ourselves"
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Minerva House is set in one of the oldest parts of Chichester, just off one of the four main shopping streets. It is therefore within walking distance of the famous Festival Theatre and Cathedral, as well as the shops and restaurants on offer. Chichester is an historic city with strong Roman connections and has an enormous array of things to do and places to visit. The city is blessed with a variety of beautiful architecture, with great care having been taken to preserve its character. The ancient walls surround the city centre and one can walk along them, through various scenic parks. There is a thriving tennis and squash club, along with various fitness and health clubs and there is a selection of shops and restaurants, the latter offering excellent choices for the most varied culinary tastes.
Just to the north of Chichester are the stunning South Downs, with lovely rolling countryside and as well as many picturesque Downland villages. There is the Goodwood horse racing track to visit, along with the world famous motor sports events held annually, such as the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival. Golf is also available at Goodwood and the polo at Cowdray Park, near Midhurst, is just a short drive away. There is excellent sailing in Chichester Harbour, as well as windsurfing at the Witterings and diving at Bracklesham Bay. London is less than 2 hours away, either by road or rail.