Apple Barn Holiday Cottage
Apple Barn is an old single storey barn which has been converted into a luxury two bedroomed holiday cottage offering self catering accommodation on the South coast of England.
Situated in open farmland in the quiet village of Runcton 3 miles South of Chichester in rural West Sussex between the sea and the rolling South Downs, it has a Visit Britain Quality in Tourism 5 Star Rating. It is perfectly situated for visiting the historic cathedral city of Chichester with its museum, famous Pallant House Art Gallery and Festival Theatre and its surrounding amenities including the Wittering beaches, sailing at Chichester Marina, bird watching at Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve and the South Downs including the Goodwood Race Course and motor racing circuit home to the world famous Festival of Speed and Revival meeting and the Weald and Downland Museum, a splendid collection of historic buildings in a rural setting.
Apple Barn offers first class accommodation with a fully appointed kitchen including dishwasher, washer/dryer, electric oven, ceramic hob and microwave, two bathrooms, oak floors and underfloor heating throughout. The lounge area has two large two - three seater leather sofas, one of which is a sofa-bed if required, Sky TV and a DVD player. All soft furnishings are of a neutral contemporary design throughout.
The dining area has a light oak dining table which comfortably seats six people, a CD radio player and reading lamp. French doors open onto the patio/garden area.
Bedroom one has a 4 ft 6 in. double bed, large wardrobe, chest of drawers and en-suite bathroom. Curtains, blinds and soft furnishings are of a modern, contemporary design.
Bedroom 2 is smaller than bedroom one this bedroom is furnished with a zip and link bed giving the option of a 6 foot double or two, 3 foot single beds.
Apple Barn is available year round as a weekly let and as short break accommodation during the offpeak season.
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This page was last updated: 19 November 2012