Brewery Cottage is a very well appointed and characterful single story cottage set in the rear garden of a historic town house, close to Chichester city centre. Having been converted from what was once the billiard room of an old pub, the cottage retains some of its original character while also offering the conveniences of modern living and very comfortable, high quality accommodation. The access is via the rear courtyard to the main house, through secure gates. There is a parking space available to guests in this courtyard, as well as an outside seating area in the gardens. The parking space is secure with electronic gates. Please note the garden is shared with the property owner.
The cottage itself offers a large, open-plan sitting and dining area, with the kitchen set back in one corner. You can relax on the very comfy sofas and on those colder nights, keep warm in front of the wood burning stove. The kitchen area is well equipped and includes a combination microwave and oven, ceramic hob and dishwasher. The double bedroom leads off from the main living area and through to the en-suite shower room with modern and stylish fittings.
Brewery Cottage is just a short walk from one of the four main shopping streets in Chichester city centre. It is also within walking distance of the famous Festival Theatre and Cathedral, as well as both local and larger shops, making it an ideal location from which to be based. Chichester is an historic city with strong Roman connections and has an enormous array of things to do and places to visit. The city is blessed with a variety of beautiful architecture, with great care having been taken to preserve its character. The ancient walls surround the city centre and one can walk along them, through various scenic parks. There is a thriving tennis and squash club, along with various fitness and health clubs and there is a selection of shops and restaurants, the latter offering excellent choices for the most varied culinary tastes.
Just to the north of Chichester are the stunning South Downs, with lovely rolling countryside and as well as many picturesque Downland villages. There is the Goodwood horse racing track to visit, along with the world famous motor sports events held annually, such as the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival. Golf is also available at Goodwood and the polo at Cowdray Park, near Midhurst, is just a short drive away. There is excellent sailing in Chichester Harbour, as well as windsurfing at the Witterings and diving at Bracklesham Bay. London is less than 2 hours away, either by road or rail.