The Old Stables in the village of Nutbourne.
Curl up on the sofas and enjoy cheese and wine in front of the roaring wood-burner.
The modern and airy kitchen has all you need to cook your favourite meal.
The bedroom is a relaxing haven.
Welcome to The Old Stables.
After a busy day touring the Sussex countryside it's time to relax in the open plan kitchen and living areas.
The open plan living area is so spacious.
The kitchen has plenty of work surface to prepare a meal. Double doors lead to the garden.
Room to entertain friends.
A view from the kitchen looking towards the bathroom and bedroom.
Breakfast in bed?
The bedroom has plenty of storage space.
The spacious shower-room.
There are plenty of logs.
The Old Stables is situated next to the owners' house with its own entrance.
A secure barn for classic cars, perfect for events at Goodwood including the Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival.
Amazing harbourside walks nearby.
The harbour foreshore is a lovely walk just five minutes from The Old Stables.
A popular area for birdwatchers.
Lots of footpaths to choose from.

The Old Stables

4866

5.4 miles W of Chichester / Sleeps 2 + cot* (no children from 1 to 16)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Barleycorn Tavern (½ mile)

Popular with both locals and visitors a like, The Barleycorn Tavern offers a friendly welcome, traditional pub grub and a fabulous back garden with outside bar. With two open fires you are sure to be cosy in winter time. Dogs are welcome and there's a games room for a spot of pool.

Nearest beach

West Wittering Beach (4 ¾ miles)

This long sandy beach is the perfect choice for families and windsurfers a like. With panoramic views of the harbour and South Downs you can spend an hour or the whole day enjoying the scenery. Life guards are in attendance during high season and parking is available close by on the grass banks (charges apply). Dogs are allowed from the end of September through until the end of April, after this time, restrictions apply locally.

Nearest walk

Nutbourne Circular Walk (½ mile)

Thanks to emsworthwalks.org for this delightful walk which starts at the Barleycorn Inn and takes you around the villages of Nutborne and Prinstead and the waterfront atThorney channel. Just under five miles, this walk is great for spotting sea birds. Take a look at their website for further details.

Nearest town

Nutbourne (½ mile)

Welcome to Nutbourne, a pretty unspoilt village with views over the surrounding, scenic South Downs. Renowned for it's community spirit and vineyards, this small hamlet has easy access to Chichester and beyond.

Also nearby

Chichester (5 miles)

At the foot of the South Downs, this thriving city is set in the heart of West Sussex and surrounded by rolling countryside. With a long history dating back to Roman times, Chichester is now a upmarket bustling city with plenty of interesting shops and lots of places to eat. Oh and there's a great cathedral to look around too.

Beijing Palace (250 yards)

Currently undergoing refurbishment (as of January 2022), the Beijing Palace continues to offer a take away service, perfect if you are on holiday! Take a look at their website for ordering and menu details.

Goodwood Motor Circuit (7 miles)

Events, track days and driving experiences take place year round. Take a look at their diary of events and book yourself on an experience of a lifetime.

Chichester Walls Walks (5 ¼ miles)

The city walls date back to the 3rd century and you can join a guided walk to learn about their facinating history. Guided walks start from the Cathedral Bell Tower or you can book your own personal tour by giving them a call.

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March 2022

An easy and interesting morniongs walk

Go for it! Walk the walls. These will take you, unsurprisingly, right around Chichester. Some parts have been lost over the years, but its easy to pick up the next and continue. Every so often you will find opportunities to sample cake, coffee and sandwiches at one of the many local cafes, so you can replace all the calories you have so virtuously walked off.

The Bosham Inn (1 mile)

Situated over looking Chichester harbour, this cosy pub has contemporary furnishings, masses of car parking and a lovely outside seating area. Cask ale and a good variety of wines accompany a traditional, hearty menu here.

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