Holiday cottage, Wiggonholt, West Sussex
Comfortable home with kind welcomes
"A very quiet hidden house, with some enchantment in the atmosphere and wonderful walks from the door. "
Our stay at East End Hurstan Warren
"Everything about our accommodation was pleasing. It is set in a beautiful location and our hosts were pleasant and helpful. We hope to return."
Enjoyable stay in comfortable home in beautiful surroundings. Highly recommended.
"Right from our warm welcome, we enjoyed our stay in this lovely house. A lovely spot for a holiday and good to come home too."
"A very roomy apartment with lovely grounds (birds & trees) and very welcoming owners made it a very relaxing week. Handy for places to visit plus great walks from the house."
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Beautiful location; so peaceful. .
"Really enjoyed our stay here; set in beautiful gardens - magical. Loved watching all the birds on the feeders just outside the windows - including woodpeckers. So peaceful and quiet. The property is ideally situated to visit local attractions in the area - Bosham, Pulbourgh Brooks, Midhurst, Hinten Ampner. The owners live in the adjoining property and are very helpful and pleasant. The property itself is very nice. Would recommend. "
"Hurston Warren is a fantastic period property to spend a holiday or shot break in. Quiet and secluded the gorgeous garden is teeming with birdlife and a short walk/drive to Pulborough or Storrington will find all the facilities you might need. Ideally placed the down/coast are at most a short drive away. Very roomy considering it sleeps 3 and extremely competitively priced. Highly recommended"
"All good, nothing negative to report - nice place, fantastic location. welcoming owners. Will definitely return."
a marvellous week, very relaxing with plenty to do in the immediate locality.
"A week is not enough. With lots of walks and interesting attractions in the immediate locality we found that we ran out of time to do all that we had wished to do. A good placed to visit is the RSPB reserve (within easy walking distance)."
Lovely, peaceful holiday
"Delightful walks, comfortable house, beautiful garden, kind and welcoming hosts. Woods, birds, flowers, views...."
Exactly what we wanted
"The cottage was just right for us. We wanted somewhere comfortable that we could relax in. We didn't go on energetic day trips but ambled about in the cottage and went out when we felt like it. The cottage was warm and very cozy as we took advantage of the central heating and the log fire which was a big plus for us. "
quiet location as above
"Very attentive owner made sure we were comfortable & happy we had basics like milk etc supplied. Good central location near the upmarket golf course, lots of places to take a walk ."
Offering an outlook to the South Downs and many fine walks from the doorstep East End is a wing of a fine 1920’s style country home. It is cleverly and tastefully presented keeping much of the character of that period.
Located only a mile from the RSPB reserve at Pulborough Brooks and on the boundary of the National Park, East End enjoys quite a magical setting. The West Sussex Golf Club, one of the premiere courses in Sussex, is found along the same country lane, so anyone who is a keen golfer will find this the perfect base.
The owners who once ran a small bed and breakfast from their house offer a warm welcome along with their three dogs and two cats!
East End offers really spacious accommodation for three people. There is a wonderful dual aspect living room with brick open fireplace that overlooks the garden. The main bedroom is a large double room with king sized bed which also overlooks the garden, while the single room on the east corner enjoys all the morning sunlight. There is one bathroom with a bath and shower above.
The gardens here are surrounded by fields and woods, with doves in the yard and deer on the hill. The owner is a sculptor, with some of his work displayed around the grounds. If you are a nature lover, admire sculpture and appreciate the ever changing light over the South Downs we think you will enjoy East End.
The small parish of Wiggonholt borders the South Downs National Park. The Wildbrooks on the flood plain at nearby Pulborough offers many excellent walks along the banks of the River Arun and uninterrupted views south towards the Downs. The Pulborough Wildbrooks also contains one of the RSPB’s major reserves in the south which can easily be reached on foot from East End. We carry a link to the RSPB reserve within “Places to visit” on our website.
The West Sussex Golf Club which is right next door is regularly judged one of the outstanding inland courses in Britain with “a priceless oasis of heather, sand, heath and trees beneath the Sussex Downs”. For any golf lover, staying at East End is very convenient indeed.
Three miles south in the direction of Storrington and nestling at the foot of the South Downs is Parham House a magnificent Elizabethan home that is a real jewel. Again have a look at it under “Places to visit” - a half day there is time well spent.
In the other direction is the historic market town of Petworth. It is best known as the location of the stately home Petworth House and deer park which was landscaped by Capability Brown. The house and its grounds are owned and maintained by the National Trust. The magnificent country house contains an internationally renowned art collection with numerous works by Turner. Petworth itself was immortalised in his paintings. The town is full of quaint houses and cottages, many within their own courtyard settings. They are interspersed with antique shops and tearooms so it makes the ideal place for a stroll following a visit to Petworth House and Park.
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