About this property
Luxurious converted Dairy in the heart of West Sussex, a welcoming and romantic retreat.. Services
Superfast fibre broadband.
Central heating. Ground Floor
Bedroom (sleeps 2): Double bed, bedside tables and wall lamps, built-in wardrobe
Shower room: Large walk-in wet-room style shower, washbasin, WC.
Open plan kitchen and sitting room:
Kitchen area: Electric cooker with 4 hobs, grill and oven, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine, kettle, toaster, microwave
Sitting room area: 3 seater sofa, wood burner, TV, coffee table, shelving unit with a selection of books and games.
French doors opening to conservatory
Conservatory: Dining table and chairs seating 2, sofa. Outside
Small open patio with garden table and two chairs, charcoal BBQ.
Private off-road parking next to the property is available for 2 cars.
Please note - Drones are not permitted at the property.. Dating back to the 1600s, The Old Dairy justifies its name. However, it has been beautifully renovated to a high specification with modern and luxurious touches throughout, and is now a wonderful self-catering cottage for two in the heart of the West Sussex countryside.
The kitchen has been cleverly designed with a large hatch overlooking the sitting room area, the perfect way to both show off your culinary skills and enjoy the warmth of the log burner roaring away in the corner. The conservatory provides a lovely sunny room to dine or doze in on a warm summer’s day, with gorgeous views over the paddocks. After dinner you can curl up, open a book or simply enjoy each other’s company in this relaxed country retreat. If you would like use of a freestanding fridge/freezer please advise before you arrive so access to it can be organised.
Why not bring your horses? This cottage benefits from its own stabling on site and, what’s more, the conservatory looks out over the paddocks where your horses can graze. Equestrian facilities are on offer for up to 3 horses (by prior arrangement at an additional cost): DIY livery including stabling, grazing paddocks, a lockable tack room and large lorry / horsebox parking on site. Centrally located for all things equestrian: hunts, several competition centres such as Coombelands,Hickstead, Goodwoord, polo clubs (Cowdray, Knepp and Hurtwood), flat racing, point to points at Parham or just hacks (including on the beach). You can explore the countryside on horseback as well as walking and/or cycling in the area.
Why not head out in the morning and return for an invigorating shower in the stunning white-tiled wet room, or take a picnic and wander into the evening skies to watch the sunset with a cold bottle of bubbles. Either way, a wonderful holiday experience in this quiet part of rural Sussex.