Mill Lane House
Jan and Charles de la Fuente invite you to come and stay in the pretty National Trust village of Slindon in West Sussex to enjoy the South Downs, the views of the sea, the excellent local hostelries and all that West Sussex and beyond has to offer
Mill Lane House is a mainly 17th century house with three acre garden in National Trust village, with views to the coast.
Excellent hill walking. Easy reach of Arundel Castle, Goodwood, Roman City of Chichester with cathedral and festival theatre. Beaches six miles. Good pubs in easy walking distance.
All rooms en suite and can be taken on Room Only basis, or with full breakfast foods supplied. Open all year. There are large gardens which guests are welcome to use, including outdoor tables/chairs. Three of the rooms are on a ground floor level. Four rooms have their own front doors (and keys) and are accessed from the garden without needing to enter the main house.
The four outside rooms also accept pets by arrangement. Three rooms have full kitchen and cooking facilities, and can be let on a self catering basis, or as b&b rooms with daily cleaning and towels service, according to your preferences.
Guests are welcome to eat outdoors in the garden, and four rooms have fridges so that you may bring your own drinks/snacks etc.
The train station at Barnham is approximately 3 miles away and has excellent main line trains to London Victoria. Portsmouth is less than 30 minutes by train, and Brighton is approximately 45 minutes by train.
Nearby Attractions include
* Arundel Castle
* Arundel Ghost Experience
* Arundel Museum and Heritage Centre
* Leisure and Sports Park at Chichester
* Swanbourne Lake
* Chalk Springs Trout Fishery
* Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Conservation Centre
* Goodwood racing and motor sports
*Chichester Festival Theatre (and excellent dining)
*Littlehampton, Climping and West Wittering beaches
*Itchenor sailing days and clubs
*Denmans Gardens and coffee shop and restaurant
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This page was last updated: 27 August 2013