This character period holiday cottage, is set at the end of a terrace.
The property is in an ideal position within a few minutes walk from Steyning’s independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Just a stone’s throw from footpaths too, leading into the South Downs, so it is perfect for walkers.
It was built in the mid 1800’s for tannery workers, by a popular local man. He was never knighted, but was commonly known as ‘Sir George’. The street the cottage is in was named after him.
The Entrance Area
There’s a handy lobby where you can hang up your coats. In case of inclement weather there’s an umbrella for your use!
The Sitting Room
This is an exceptionally light and bright room, with double aspect windows, original features and vintage fabrics.
Sit back and relax, watch the TV or use the Blu Ray Player, (with catch up TV). Radio fans will appreciate the Pure digital radio..
You’ll find local maps, walks books and interesting guides to help you make the most of your stay, together with a selection of board games.
The Separate Kitchen
An especially well equipped room (with a dishwasher hidden behind one of the cupboards) and a small dining table. Ideal if you are a keen cook!
Learn more about the kitchen
When you arrive the beds will be made up with freshly laundered bed linen. The main bedroom, (my favourite), has an especially calm feel.
The lovely second bedroom is a spacious single.
Learn more about the bedrooms
The Ground Floor Shower Room
This stylish room has a shower, wash basin, toilet and storage cupboards. There is also a washing machine and tumble drier you can use.
It’s location, together with the fairly steep staircase (typical in an older cottage) means it not be suitable for those with mobility issues.
A favourite spot: Relax, sitting on the benches. At the back of the cottage, you will be able to hear the bubbling mill stream!
Whatever time of year you stay, you will find plants in flower.
Learn more about the garden
Bed Linen and Towels
Bed linen, towels and tea towels are provided. You’ll also find many household items such as washing up liquid, dishwasher tabs, cleaning sponges etc.
Offsite parking is possible.
One child or baby are welcome. There is a travel cot and a booster seat (which creates a high chair) available for an infant. Younger children need supervision outside.
No smoking or pets
The cottage is non smoking throughout.
Sorry, pets are not allowed but you might consider leaving your dog or cat locally Local kennels and Cattery
The cottage has central heating throughout and is warm and cosy in the winter. If you stay during the cooler months, you will find that the heating is already on when you arrive.
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