|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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Close to the centre of Midhurst, Pitsham wood is the perfect base to explore the surrounding area. With a good size living room and wide patio doors you can look out across the lush green woodland expanse and enjoy the pretty location in which Pitsham Wood is set.
The kitchen is fully equipped with washing machine, dish washer, oven, hob, microwave, fridge and freezer making it easy to self- cater during your holiday. The dining area set back from the living room and garden furniture out on the patio make good spaces to enjoy your home cooked food. Alternatively take a stroll into town, have a bite to eat and then why not enjoy a glass of wine in front of the cosy wood burner. It is your holiday after all!
Pitsham Wood has one family sized bathroom with a shower over the bath set just opposite the two double bedrooms.
The driveway up to the house has plenty of room for a couple of cars and the house comes equipped with free Wifi.
Midhurst has been voted the most popular place in Britain to live in - some accolade! It is full of charming cobbled streets and quirky shops, as well as a variety of interesting and varied period properties. The town is steeped in history and many of the properties, as well as the surrounding land, are owned by the Cowdray Estate. Cottages owned by the estate are noticeable from their distinctive yellow painted woodwork and doors. There is a good mixture of shops and restaurants in the town, all of which are within walking distance.There are beautiful scenic walks in the town and also the nearby grounds of the Cowdray Ruins. There is a large duck pond within a ten minute walk and if you drive a few miles to the east, Petworth Park is a stunning setting with lakes and woodland walks, with a variety of wildlife including a prolific number of deer. Other places of interest to visit are Chichester, about 11 miles to the south, Portsmouth and Brighton, both within about an hour's drive. There is a mainline railway station to London from Haslemere, which lies just to the north. Activities include Polo and golf at Cowdray, horse racing and motor sports at Goodwood and the many water sports that the coast has to offer, about 45 minutes away.