Bramley Cottage In Singleton

Singleton, Nr Chichester, West Sussex , Country village

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The conservatory has windows on three sides providing a cosy sheltered space so you can enjoy views of the rear garden and hills beyond.

The rear garden can be accessed via the conservatory, living room or utility room.

Two rear Patios are excellent places to rest and relax using our comfortable garden furniture, whilst enjoying being in the garden, having afternoon tea or drink in the evening, or perhaps making use of the barbecue provided.

Downstairs Description

Large and spacious living room with TV/DVD and access to patio. In a locally made dresser you will find an up to date folder with comprehensive information on local events, facilities and places of interest together with a collection of books about Singleton, Chichester and West Sussex, including local history and wildlife, current guides and board games.

Kitchen/diner with new oven, hob, fridge and dishwasher and separate utility room with washing machine and fridge/freezer. Small conservatory to patio with comfortable chairs and garden furniture. Access to hall from front porch. Shower room/WC with good quality Triton electric shower. Broadband with latest BT hub.

First Floor Description

Large family room with King Size bed, day/childs bed and collapsible cot, and en suite shower room/WC with Aquilisia power shower. Bedroom 2 with double bed and built in wardrobe. Bedroom 3 is smaller but accommodates a double bed and built in wardrobe within less space. Family bathroom with Trevi boost shower over large bath, built in unit and WC. All bedlinen, good quality duvets, comfortable pillows and additional covers are provided with bedside tables and lamps in all rooms.

Windows Views Description

Breathtaking views of the Levin Down Nature Reserve and surrounding hills on three sides. Within Singleton Conservation area with many C17th and C18th Sussex flint 'Listed Buildings', a 500 year church with Village hall opposite and nearby wildlife meadow hat was a graveyard entered though a very old Lych Gate.

Other Notes

Please note there is a step to negotiate when entering via the front porch, and when accessing the rear garden from the back door or conservatory with a step down from the raised patio where care needs to be taken. The river bank is planted with shrubs and plants and there is a boundary wall to the village road; but the river boundary is unfenced and the drive is not gated and children will need to be supervised when playing in the garden.

Towels are provided for use within the cottage but please bring your own towels for swimming or use at the beach.

Riverside Views
Dogs Welcome: The garden is open to the village road and it is the responsibility of the guests to ensure the dog is safe. Dogs are not allowed upstairs and 'throws' are provided for settees.
Child Friendly: Main bedroom with addiitonal bed and cot
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Weald And Downland Open Air Museum: Come and discover rescued traditional rural buildings set in a beautiful landscape, which tell the stories of the men, women and children who lived and worked in them over a 950-year period. Enjoy the Museum’s 40-acre site and visit our collection of historic buildings – we have 50 to explore. Visit website
  • Goodwood: Set in 12000 acres of glorious Sussex countryside, an English estate like no other - home of Festival of Speed, Qatar Goodwood Festival Visit website
  • West Dean Gardens: Is one of the greatest restored gardens open to the public today. Visitors can explore a wide range of historic features on a gentle walk around the grounds. From surreal trees to the restored walled garden, West Dean Gardens proudly presents its rich creative and social heritage. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Partridge Inn, Singleton: Our Chefs takes real pleasure in cooking exciting culinary delights using Sussex’s finest produce . Visit website
  • The Fox Goes Free, Charlton: At the Fox Goes Free we make everything in our kitchen - homemade chips, breads and ice cream, the Chefs prepare everything to the highest quality. Visit website
  • Star And Garter, East Dean: A gem of a country pub. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • West Dean Stores And Cafe: is open 7 days a week. The shop stocks newspapers, cigarettes, alchohol and local fresh produce, as well as full range of sundries and basic essentials. Visit website
  • Sainsbury's: In Chichester or you can order your grocery shopping and get it delivered to the Barn for when you arrive. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Goodwood: Horse racing, motor racing and golf Visit website
  • Chichester Leisure Centre: The swimming pool is a great facility to learn how to swim and brush up on your technique, whilst our leisure pool is a perfect place to have fun in the water with our 55m long slide to go along with it. Visit website
  • Chichester Watersports: Our lake, measuring around 40 acres, was once a gravel pit. The South Downs is the main supply of our freshwater lake, which has become the centre for waterbased activies such as wakeboarding, paddleboarding, waterskiing, monoskiing, wakeskating, wakesurfing and knee-boarding on the South Coast. Visit website