all year except 24–26 Dec, 2 weeks Jan, 1 week May, 1 week Nov, restaurant closed Sun/Mon.
bar area, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small terrace, limited parking, only restaurant suitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B single £75–£110, double £110–£200. À la carte £57.95, tasting menu £65.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Coast and countryside flavour this restaurant-with-rooms between Chichester harbour and the South Downs national park – look out for shore-harvested sea buckthorn and foraged ceps and chanterelles on the modern menus. Karen and Ramon Farthing set up their modest enterprise in this fishing village more than 20 years ago; today, they run it with Gary and Martina Pearce, who are chef and manager. The simply furnished bedrooms in the 17th-century building are ‘spotlessly clean’, and supplied with good coffee, bottled water, biscuits and ‘fluffy towels’. One spacious room has a window seat taking in quayside views, two are snugger. Still, this is ‘a foodie destination’, and the cooking is the main attraction. In the dining room overlooking the ‘quaint harbour’, the chef’s short but imaginative menus might include sirloin of Welsh Wagyu beef, barbecued onions, braised shin, tartare with chives; poached chalk-stream trout, roasted scallop, peas, morels, asparagus velouté. (Even the amuse-bouche are praised.) Breakfast is continental: ‘good toast and jams’, croissants, pain au chocolat.
Lifeboat station and information centre on Hayling Island.
Despite being nearly 1,000 years old, Chichester Cathedral is famous for its modern art, including a window by Marc Chagall, a tapestry by John Piper and a painting by Graham Sutherland.
One of the largest collection of in-situ Roman mosaics in Britain.