7. 1 on ground floor.
lounge, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), ¼-acre garden with seating.
all ages welcomed.
 per person B&B £40–£60 (higher for Goodwood ‘Festival of Speed’ and ‘Revival’ meetings). 1-night bookings refused weekends, sometimes other nights in high season.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In a pretty hamlet close to Goodwood, this former bakery and village store is run as a B&B by ‘accommodating, thoughtful hosts’ Heather and Patrick Birchenough. ‘It might be a modest operation, but the things that really matter are there.’ The treats that matter are in evidence, too: ‘We arrived to the smell of baking, and were served a tasty chocolate cake and fruit bread; a little parcel of it was also left in our room.’ Downstairs, the sitting room is ‘snug, but clean and carefully maintained’; there are travel guides and ‘a small, well-stocked library’ to browse. Bedrooms have a ‘nicely equipped’ tea tray and ‘a bible of local information’. ‘Our bijou room had a gorgeously comfortable bed; a powerful shower, fat towels and lovely smellies in the bathroom.’ Breakfast, with freshly baked bread and home-made jams, is in a ‘bright, sun-filled’ room with vintage milk bottles lining a beam – ‘a sweet nod to the building’s past’. Here, award-winning sausages, ‘good, strong’ coffee and ‘possibly the nicest muesli in England’ set you up for a hike on the South Downs. The Arundel wildfowl and wetland nature reserve and the market towns of Petworth and Midhurst are within a 20-minute drive.