There are many great walks out from Living and Nature’s Elements without needing to get the car out – so ideal if you have a dog(s). In this walking series I thought I would help you route plan…so you can make the most of the area.
I am delighted to say that I have a newly acquired rescue Standard Poodle (Echo) who is just the most friendly, Zen-dog you could ever want to meet! As a result of which I am out twice a day dog walking… so I thought I would help my dog-guests and their owners find some of
Countryside Holidays Are Good For The Soul Our properties are both located out in the beautiful Chichester countryside. We’ve wide, sweeping views over the fields, and an absolute abundance of wildlife nestling in the gardens. On clear nights, visitors can gaze for millions of starry miles into the galaxy, unhindered by light pollution. It’s all
Chichester has MANY attractions and places of note to see when you visit… here are some to tempt you! Stay at Chichester Self Catering for a weekend or longer with as a small family or larger group and make the best of the time you have. We have three properties to choose from which are
Chichester Festival Theatre is a wonderful mixture of contemporary and well loved plays and programmes housed in iconic buildings which have been newly refurbished. We are blessed with two theatres in Chichester on the same site – the Festival theatre and the Minerva Theatre – a much more intimate space.
Brede High Woods As we enjoy wild flowers in our county’s beautiful woodlands this spring, it’s easy to forget just how many challenges our native trees are facing. Sussex has an enviable amount of trees and woods compared to the rest of the country – it’s one of the top three most wooded counties in
I would love to introduce you to the delightful Carol – the owner and chef of this little querky teashop. Situated at 47, North Street, Chichester she caters for all tastes! This is a brilliant place for a quiet sit down and bit of something naughty!
Just East of Portchester and overlooking Portchester Castle on the other side of Portsmouth Harbour is Port Solent. This small harbour which is regulated by lock-gates is surprisingly large with waterside flats and properties surrounding the moored boats.
Do you love walking and want to explore the area in much more detail? How about make the most of the Manhood Peninsula over the May Bank Holiday week? Selsey would like to welcome you to the 2017 Outdoor & Walking Festival. Sat 26th May to Sun 3rd June. I can’t put it any better than
Some Hen Parties want a full on party time for the whole weekend, others want time to spend with their besties and close family. They want to relax, engage in good conversation and share time and experiences together. Heather’s Hens had a well laid out plan…thanks to Katy…
Weekends at Hen Party Haven can be so varied and fun (and that includes for Gayle the owner!) – have you thought about holding YOUR #HenParty here yet? “Thank you for a lovely stay, I had an extra special hen weekend. The ladies and I went clay pigeon shooting on the Saturday, and then relaxed
The Manhood Peninsula and the South Coastal strip generally has been well known for years for the highly productive clay soil and huge number of local horticultural growers that are located here. The small, family-run nurseries produce fantastic plants of all sorts which you can buy directly.
Dear Guest, I know that some people think that the costs charged for a quality house can be expensive but what you may not see in the price are all the extras that are included in the price which you are quoted. So I thought I would explain and then you can work out if
Winter and spring walks are a joy at West Dean whatever the season or weather! Around every corner or surveying the larger landscape you are bound to find beauty and amusement to enhance your soul. Early Spring (Feb) heralds the gardeners at the West Dean estate hard at work cutting and trimming, pruning and titivating
Lovely setting next to the hotel but I was left disappointed…for a fine dining restaurant outside of Chichester City. “I had high expectations for a lovely evening with my two friends. It started well by being given the table by the open fire – although the fire was a rather sad affair! There was plenty
We have good facilities for our less-able guests and welcome pets. Both Living Elements and Nature’s Elements are wheelchair accessible, although they have different facilities available. Palmer’s is fully wheelchair accessible on the ground floor, with a downstairs single bedroom and its own bathroom with large shower, bath and toilet with a sink. More details