This luxurious home in West Sussex offers guests a relaxing and tranquil oasis away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. As its name suggests, Hunters Lodge was once a hunting lodge and parts of the building date back to the 15th Century. Over the past few years it has been lovingly restored and now presents a luxurious and elegant home matching modern comforts with original features.
The home boasts an impressive drawing room with wood-burning stove and double-aspect windows, a dining room, which can seat 10 comfortably - also including a wood burning stove and a fully equipped kitchen.
The sleeping accommodation comprises a master bedroom, complete with its original fireplace and a stunning bathroom with walk-in shower and bath, a large double bedroom, a further kingand a double bedroom as well as a single bedroom. These bedrooms share a large family bathroom with bath and shower. To additional put-up beds can be provided on request.
Bedroom 1: Super-King
Bedroom 2: King and ensuite
Bedroom 3: King
Bedroom 4: Double
Bedroom 5: Single
Plus to additional beds can be added to bedrooms
Hunterís Lodge is nestled at the foot of the South Downs in a pretty Sussex village with a pub and a beautiful thirteenth century church. Surrounded by beautiful countryside it is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a walker's paradise. The fantastic cathedral city of Chichester is only three miles away and Hunter's Lodge is also within close driving distance of sandy beaches (nobably The Witterings), wineries, fishing villages, a host of historical and family attractions including the The Goodwood Estate (ideally located for Glorious Goodwood, The Revival and The Festival of Speed), therefore offering incredible diversity to suit everybody.
Within walking distance of Hunter's Lodge is The Fox & Hounds pub renowned locally for its restaurant as well as the perfect place to have a drink in front of an open fire. The village also has a farm shop selling a wide range of produce from Sussex growers and has been named by The Times as 'one of the top 30 farm shops in Britain'.