Ensuring high quality B&B accommodation, each of Croftside's comfortable and relaxing guest Bedrooms is tastefully furnished with superior quality king sized double beds as standard (double rooms) complimentary refreshment trays flatscreen TV & radio. Free WIFI is available together with onsite parking.
Why not spoil yourself and take in a treatment (or several) in Croftside's own 'Just for Me' Wellbeing Studio, or enjoy a walk or cycle along easily accessible dedicated routes of the Salterns and Centurion Way, connecting Birdham with the National Trust area of East Head, Chichester and the South Downs National Park.
At Croftside we offer a truly delicious traditional Full English Breakfast (Meat or Meat-free), Eggs 'Croftside' or Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Eggs, together with a Buffet selection of Cereals, Fruits & Juices, Yoghurt, Tea or fresh Coffee, Toast & Preserves, served by arrangement with you between 0700 & 0900.
Much of the precious environment close to Croftside is protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with stunning scenery, an abundance of Birdlife and timeless tranquility.
Whilst staying at Croftside B&B, why not enjoy the simple pleasures of birdwatching at Chichester or Pagham Harbours, fishing off nearby Bracklesham Bay, East or West Wittering Beaches, cycling along the Salterns Way Cycle route, sketching or walking along Chichester Canal, the South Downs, East Head or the Witterings Beaches.
The villages of Birdham, Bracklesham Bay, Apuldram, Dell Quay, Itchenor, Bosham, Hunston and East and West Wittering, collectively have a variety of shops, hostelries and places to eat.
Bikes can be hired locally and be ready and waiting for your arrival.
The nearby city of Chichester is renowned for its cultural diversity and eclectic shops & restaurants. The stunning Chichester Cathedral, Pallant House Art Gallery, Chichester Festival Theatre and associated ambiance, offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy city life at a relaxed pace.
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This page was last updated: 01 June 2012