A large, rustic barn set within the heart of Sussex which is ideal for a family reunion or groups wishing to explore this area as it offers many activities and attractions on the doorstep.
The Timber Store is a great space, the main living area is a grand open space with a large dining table perfect for celebratory meals or a gathering before setting out for the days' activities. There are also sofas available in this area for relaxing after dinner. There is another large table in the kitchen and it is is equipped with everything you could need for your break including an oven and hob, microwave and dishwasher. The washing machine is housed in a separate laundry room on the ground floor.
The sleeping accommodation consists of one large room with six large single beds with its own small seating area with a television and couch. The en suite bathroom has a full stand alone bath and a basin. Further up a small staircase, and you reach the double bedroom. On the ground floor, there is spacious bedroom with a double bed and single four-poster bed. There are two shower rooms and two separate WC's also available on this ground floor.
The garden area is accessed from the living area and is a wonderful space to enjoy the surroundings and wildlife whilst trying your hand at some alfresco cooking in the BBQ pit!
If you have a larger party, then it is possible to book both House on the Brooks and Mill House on the Brooks which are close by.
Hardham and beyond
The Timber Store is perfectly positioned within the South Downs National Park and is therefore ideal to enjoy many excellent walks in the local area or even the immediate wetland. The wildflower meadows are stunning when in bloom and captivating when underwater in the winter.
This area of West Sussex has a variety of events that occur through the year from Goodwood racing and the Goodwood motorsport meetings, to the Arundel Festival, racing at Fontwell and polo at Cowdray. Details on all of these are found under our What's On heading.
Arundel is 20 minutes drive away and offers plenty of craft and antique shops as well as restaurants and tea rooms. It's a great place to wander and just enjoy the streets lined with Georgian and Victorian buildings.
Chichester, the cathedral city of Sussex, is a thirty minute drive away and offers a cosmopolitan and vibrant atmosphere with plenty of exciting activities including internationally recognised theatre shows at Chichester Festival Theatre.
If a day on the beach is on the cards then local beaches such as Clymping and Littlehampton are just a short drive away, while the stunning Blue Flag beaches at West Wittering are reachable within half an hour.