Honeysuckle Lodge is situated on a working farm on the southern edge of the Manhood peninsula, close to Pagham Harbour and within easy walking distance of the new Medmerry RSPB Nature Reserve, which attracts brent geese and curlews in winter and avocets and lapwings during the summer months.
Forming part of a paved courtyard area, the cottage was originally an old dairy, converted to residential accommodation in the 1960s and more recently renovated as a self catering holiday home by owners Mike and Marjie Ridley. Their Georgian farmhouse is adjacent to the property, so they can provide first hand recommendations on anything from stand-out local pubs to the best walks in the area.
This roomy two-bedroom cottage with large entrance hallway and separate utility room, sleeps four, with an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom and separate shower room. The well equipped kitchen has a small breakfast bar while the spacious living area, the focal point of the accommodation with uninterrupted rural views, has a large dining table to comfortably seat six.
With easy access to a network of footpaths and cycle routes from the front door, the cottage is within a few miles of East Head Spit, a National Trust shingle bank, near the entrance to Chichester Harbour. It is also close to the beaches and charming village shops of East and West Wittering. Fishbourne Roman Palace and the historic walled city of Chichester lie to the north.
The cottage is additionally well placed for the Goodwood Estate, which hosts the world renowned Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival motor events, as well as top class horse racing.
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