This sympathetically modernised detached Edwardian house is set in large gardens with ample off street parking. John (the owner) has a lifelong interest in classic cars.
A large garden beautifully designed and maintained with a particular focus on attracting wildlife. The garden also supplies much of the produce you will be offered, including free range eggs, apple juice and honey, as well as organic fruit and vegetables.
Self-contained, cosy, oak beamed building of significant character within a courtyard of a converted Sussex flint barn dating back to 1760.
Modern English country house style dating from the 18th century, resting within 3 acres of private grounds. The Mature gardens include a small wooded area and walled garden, perfect to explore or relax in. In addition there is a heated outdoor swimming pool.
Traditional family home with accommodation for up to 11 guests in a separate cottage joined to the main house. The property is set in an acre of garden surrounded by woodland.
Four poster bed, swimming pool, hot tub. Reports of excellent hospitality.
A character Edwardian house with a delightful walled garden situated in the heart of Felpham village. Five minute walk to the beach and a good choice of pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Richmond House has three unique and beautifully designed rooms, all with En-suite facilities, Egyptian cotton linen, Molton Brown products, Free Wi-Fi Internet, Sony TVs with Freeview.
Formerly three cottages believed to have been built in the 17th century and with later additions, April Cottage Bed & Breakfast is now a spacious family home situated within the South Downs National Park.
A charming grade II listed country house with stunning views over Goodwood. Painstakingly renovated to create a tasteful combination of character and contemporary style.
Nestled in the heart of the beautiful, historic village of Amberley in the South Downs National Park, The Old Bakery is a charming 18th century cottage with original features and a comfortable and stylish interior.
30 acres of private parkland guarantees a restful stay at this historic hotel. Step back in time the moment you walk through the door, and soak up the atmosphere.
A 200 yr old Inn situated in the heart of a beautiful West Sussex village, just 5 miles from Goodwood and the historic cathedral city of Chichester. Fabulous food and sumptuous rooms.
Relax in Colonial splendour in the Old Petworth Railway Station (built in 1892), or one of four fully restored Pullman carriages that form part of this lovely Bed and Breakfast in Petworth.
Ideally located in the centre of the old market town of Midhurst, close to Cowdray Park - the home of British polo. Offering a unique blend of fresh, contemporary design while paying respect to the heritage of over 450 years of history.
A Luxury Country House Hotel offering the discerning guest a tranquil and luxury experience in the heart of the beautiful Surrey countryside. A haven of comfort, elegance and style.
On the coast near Bembridge in the North East of the island, this elegant country retreat offers a golf course and holistic therapies amongst its ‘activities’. Wonderfully relaxing, and with a Michelin starred chef to cook your dinner.
This gourmet bolthole perches high above the sea just outside Ventnor in the South East of the island. Restaurant and rooms with fabulous sea views.
The 1 ½ mile tree lined drive sums up the feeling at this individual handpicked hotel. With its steeply pitched roof, redbrick chimneys and leaded windows, the design is a blend of Tudor and Gothic, old and new, the romantic and the eccentric. Fine dining, modern luxury mixed with traditional exemplary service.
With beautiful views over the Beaulieu River and set at the end of the grassy street that is Buckler’s Hard village, it’s hard to imagine a more picturesque setting for a hotel on the whole south coast of England. What’s more, The Master Builder’s is located on Lord Montagu's Beaulieu Estate in the New Forest National Park and just a few minutes’ drive from Beaulieu Palace House and the National Motor Museum.
The atmosphere in The Dean Ale & Cider House is warm and welcoming. An open log fire to keep everyone toasty in the winter months, whilst the decking and garden beckons in the summer.
Traditional rural hostelry with open log fires, a cosy bar and a large restaurant. The Countryman is set in open countryside close to the small village of Shipley, surrounded by 3,500 acres of farmland owned by the Knepp Castle Estate.
Settled in the sleepy village of Tillington, near Petworth, West Sussex, The Horse Guards Inn is a 350 year old pub in The South Downs National Park with rolling views down the Rother Valley.
Stunning 14th century Inn set in the heart of the South Downs, with fabulous food and a great setting in this traditional Downland village.
Handily placed for Goodwood, Fontwell and also the Chichester Theatre, this charming restaurant is a valuable asset to the area, thanks to the care and dedication of owners Viv and 'Cass' Casson.
Splendid grade 2 listed Regency building overlooking Arundel Castle, 4 AA*. Restaurant with rooms.