A delightful countryside holiday cottage in the South Downs National Park, close to Worthing, West Sussex. This traditional brick and flint self-catering holiday cottage boasts 3 bedrooms (a double and two singles), a light, airy kitchen and large garden. You will enjoy a short break or longer stay. Your holiday cottage is on the end of a terrace of three cottages originally built in the 1700's and rebuilt in the 1870's. The location is close to the seat of the Duke of Norfolk in Arundel with Worthing, Brighton and Chichester all within easy reach. We are sited close to the centre of the small village of Patching. The area is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and is within the South Downs National Park. The countryside and walking is on the doorstep and you will enjoy the sea and beaches within about 3 miles. Wireless broadband internet access is available throughout the property at no additional charge. This is a non smoking property.
Cottage in Patching, Nr. Worthing, Sussex, England - Village Location In The South Downs, But Close To Many Local Beaches. www.patchingholidays.co.uk
Mrs Sara Child
About Mrs Sara Child
I've lived in the village of Patching for over 20 years and my husband and I have brought up our two children in the village. I love sharing my knowledge of the area with guests.
Why Mrs Sara Child chose Worthing
The cottage is a really pretty brick and flint Victorian cottage. We couldn't fail to fall in love with it the first time we saw it. We hope that you will too. It has a wealth of period features, but some up to date things too which make it comfortable. We've lived in the village for over 20 years, so it's a location which is close to my heart. The village is within the South Downs National Park. The local scenery is beautiful and there are good links to many attractions in the surrounding area.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Lovely, traditional !8th C Sussex cottage - the simple pleasures of life
Most charming and hospitable hosts - Sara goes out of her way to ensure that one receives the warmest of welcomes and her cottage is a most agreeable place in which to stay. Very simple and traditional in its furnishing, but all the better for that/ It transports one back to the era and charm of The Railway Children (sans Jenny Agutter, alas) and feels deliciously English in a manner that is all but lost in most comparable houses. Surrounded by rustic beauty but exceedingly close to many of the main attractions of the Sussex coast. A delight in every regard.
Visiting our daughter after op. So purely somewhere to lay our heads .
Cosy Character Cottage
We would thoroughly recommend this pretty cottage, especially for dog owners. It was cosy, warm and well equipped, with a very comfy bed and lovely large garden.There were some thoughtful extra touches too, such as dog towels and collars to use with the holiday contact on. The location is great, just a short walk through the village to the South Downs and a very nice 'dog friendly' pub five minutes in the other direction. We were spoilt for choice for things to do during our stay, with Arundel a short drive away and several beaches we could visit.
Clean, cosy and fantastic location.
Quaint and homely
Great to stay in an old house not too pristine especially when the weather is wet and clothes and shoes are always damp.
Cosy and relaxing
Sara made us feel very welcome and gave us all necessary guidance for local walks, food And even a local plant nursery :) . France cottage is set in a vey idyllic location with plenty of walks for us and our dog. We had a lovely short break and would want to come back for more.
It is approximately 3 miles to the nearest beach
Gatwick Airport (45 minutes by car)
Shoreham Airport (15 minutes by car)
Portsmouth Ferry (50 minutes by car)
Newhaven Ferry (1 hour by car)
Channel Tunnel (2 hours by car)
Use of a car whilst visiting is recommended
Worthing with it's beaches, pier and shops is 4 miles.
Arundel with it's castle, wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and Georgian town is 4 miles
Chichester with is cathedral and historic city centre is 16 miles
Brighton with it's cosmopolitan feel, the Pavilion, Lanes and beach is 18 miles
There are 2 pubs which serve food within walking distance of the cottage. The World's End is the closest. There are a wide range of supermarkets nearby as well as individual shops
Additional information about rental rates
Booking Notes: For booking go through to our web site where there is an on line booking facility. 30% of the holiday total is required as a deposit to secure the booking. The balance together with a security deposit is payable 1 month before the start of your holiday. Changeover Day: In the school summer holidays (end of July, August and beginning of September) change overs are on Fridays. The rest of the year it is flexible. Notes on prices: Low season £385 per week High season £675 per week short breaks and longer stays are available.