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Situated in a tranquil location 1½ miles North of Pulborough Village on a quiet country lane, Oakhouse Barn has been sympathetically converted to provide luxurious accommodation for up to six people. The present owners, who live next-door, undertook the renovation and adaption primarily for occupation by visiting members of their family, and the comfortable accommodation has a homely feel.
Oakhouse Barn has three Bedrooms: Master Bedroom with king-size double bed and large ensuite bathroom which includes free-standing roll top bath, basin, shower cubicle and WC; a Second Bedroom with twin beds, and a third bedroom with standard double bed. The family bathroom comprises bath, separate shower cubicle, basin and WC.
There is an “open plan” Living and Dining area with open log fire, comfortable chairs, TV, dining table and chairs to seat six. French doors give easy access to the large patio. The fully-equipped kitchen area is separated from the dining area by an open partition constructed in old timber beams.
Reduced rate is available for a party size of two. Please enquire for further details.
Oakhouse Barn is ideally situated for exploring the outstanding countryside in West Sussex and beyond, or visiting the many attractions in the area or local sporting events. Included within the property are details and information about many of these, and also of local restaurants and pubs, but if in doubt you may always consult the Owners.
Although only a village, Pulborough should provide everything that might be needed whilst on holiday: There are two major supermarkets, Doctor's Surgery and Pharmacy, two excellent local butchers, two garages, Post Office, Dry Cleaners, Wine Merchant, and Village Church. There is also a main-line railway station with frequent direct services to London (Victoria) and Chichester and the South Coast (Bognor, Portsmouth) with through connections to Brighton and Southampton.
Major County Events include:
Goodwood Festival of Speed (3 days late June/ early July).
Goodwood Revival Meeting (3 days in September).
Horseracing at Goodwood and Fontwell Park.
Polo at Cowdray Park near Midhurst.
Theatre - the internationally acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre.
Places to visit include:
The historic town of Arundel - grand Castle and Gardens, Gothic Cathedral, narrow streets, restaurants and antique shops (10.5 miles); The old market town of Petworth - fine National Trust House and Park, Annual Music Festival and numerous antique shops (7.3 miles); The Elizabethan Parham House and Park near Storrington (6.3 miles); The RSPB Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve – one of the best places for wildlife in the UK (4.5 miles); Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre – narrow gauge railway, vintage vehicle demos, old buildings and exhibitions (8.5 miles); The Weald & Downland Open Air Museum in Singleton near Chichester – historic buildings (20 miles); The City of Chichester – Unique heritage, 12th Century Cathedral with free standing medieval bell tower, University, Markets, restaurants, boutique shops (19 miles).
Nearest Golf Courses include: The West Sussex GC, Pulborough (4 miles); Cowdray Park GC, Midhurst (12.4 miles); Goodwood GC, Chichester (18.5 miles).