East meets West in this contemporary barn conversion, perfect for walkers in a secluded rural location in South Downs National park
East meets west in this detached barn conversion in Sussex, where Japanese influences seamlessly sit side by side with original features. This contemporary property sleeps two people in one bedroom and welcomes one waggy-tailed friend, making it the perfect romantic bolthole for a couple and their pup. You’ll love the stylish design accents and your pup will adore exploring the pretty enclosed garden/patio.
Tucked away in a peaceful spot adjacent to the owner’s home, yet with privacy assured, this former barn is an exceptionally stylish accommodation option for couples in search of a sophisticated retreat in Sussex. Step inside and you’ll be met by a beautiful open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, with doors that lead out into the enclosed garden. Cook a romantic meal for two in the well-equipped kitchen or strike up the BBQ in the enclosed garden/patio, before snuggling up in the lounge area as your pup snoozes in front of the wood burner. At the end of the day retire to the spacious bedroom, and in the morning head outside and wander past the grapevines
Doggy visitors are welcome at the Goodwood Estate (4 miles). There you can walk up to the historic viewpoint on St Roche’s Hill, where you’ll be rewarded with views of Goodwood’s famous racecourse. On a clear day, the Isle of Wight is visible across the Solent. Dogs are also welcome in all of the historic farming buildings at the Weald and Downland Museum (7.5 miles) except the watermill, Newdigate Bakehouse, Dairy and Winkhurt Tudor Kitchen. Dogs are also welcome in the first section of the attraction’s café and on the outdoor deck.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.