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Mill House on the Brooks

The South Downs
12 guests
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Mill House on the Brooks

Hardham
  • 12 guests
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • No pets
  • BBQ
  • Dishwasher
  • Allocated parking
  • Ensuite facilities
  • Ground floor bedroom and bathroom
  • Linen and towels included
  • Television
  • Travel cot
  • Washing facilities
  • Wi-Fi

Set in beautiful South Downs countryside, this is the perfect destination for an extended family gathering or for groups that are looking to explore the many activities and attractions on the doorstep

Mill House on the Brooks is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the company of friends and family. It is built on the same field as the Hardham Roman Camp, with the Roman Road of Stane Street passing close by. This fabulous building is in the most beautiful rural setting within the South Downs National Park offering seclusion for your holiday but with numerous options for activities and attractions within a short distance.

This beautifully designed and constructed house has been developed with guests in mind with exposed beams creating a vaulted living space perfect for convivial evenings with the whole party. The lounge is a perfect spot to sit and watch the wildlife through the large full width patio doors which can be opened to enjoy inside/outside relaxation on those perfectly clement summer evenings

The spacious dining area has a great table space for family meals or a group discussion on where to head for the best walks over a cup of morning coffee. The kitchen is fully equipped and has all the modern conveniences you would need during your stay including a full oven.

Outside there is a large stone patio area with views down to Rother Valley, an undisturbed valley tucked away next to the Arun Valley. There are many walks and bridleways wending their way through this area and the views of the brookland meadows with wild flowers, dragonflies and wetland birds is splendid.

There are four individually designed and decorated bedrooms which lead off each corner of the central living space. Each has their own spacious ensuite bathroom to create a small private area for the occupants of each bedroom. The bedrooms can be set up with single beds, or have the beds zip linked to form super king sized beds. Each bedroom can sleep up to three with an additional single bed if needed. The owner will contact you after you book to see how you would like the rooms to be set up.

If you are looking for larger accomodation, then Mill House on the Books can be booked with House on the Brooks and The Timber Store to offer a large party or group more options.

Hardham and beyond

Mill on the Brooks falls within the boundary of the South Downs National Park. Pulborough Brooks is just a mile away in the Arun valley and has many excellent walks across the Brooks and along the banks of the River Arun offering uninterrupted views south towards the South Downs. Part of the Brooks contains one of the RSPB's major reserves in the south and just two miles from the house. We carry a link to the RSPB reserve on our website.

Set in beautiful South Downs countryside, this is the perfect destination for an extended family gathering or for groups that are looking to explore the many activities and attractions on the doorstep

Mill House on the Brooks is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the company of friends and family. It is built on the same field as the Hardham Roman Camp, with the Roman Road of Stane Street passing close by. This fabulous building is in the most beautiful rural setting within the South Downs National Park offering seclusion for your holiday but with numerous options for activities and attractions within a short distance.

This beautifully designed and constructed house has been developed with guests in mind with exposed beams creating a vaulted living space perfect for convivial evenings with the whole party. The lounge is a perfect spot to sit and watch the wildlife through the large full width patio doors which can be opened to enjoy inside/outside relaxation on those perfectly clement summer evenings

The spacious dining area has a great table space for family meals or a group discussion on where to head for the best walks over a cup of morning coffee. The kitchen is fully equipped and has all the modern conveniences you would need during your stay including a full oven.

Outside there is a large stone patio area with views down to Rother Valley, an undisturbed valley tucked away next to the Arun Valley. There are many walks and bridleways wending their way through this area and the views of the brookland meadows with wild flowers, dragonflies and wetland birds is splendid.

There are four individually designed and decorated bedrooms which lead off each corner of the central living space. Each has their own spacious ensuite bathroom to create a small private area for the occupants of each bedroom. The bedrooms can be set up with single beds, or have the beds zip linked to form super king sized beds. Each bedroom can sleep up to three with an additional single bed if needed. The owner will contact you after you book to see how you would like the rooms to be set up.

If you are looking for larger accomodation, then Mill House on the Books can be booked with House on the Brooks and The Timber Store to offer a large party or group more options.

Hardham and beyond

Mill on the Brooks falls within the boundary of the South Downs National Park. Pulborough Brooks is just a mile away in the Arun valley and has many excellent walks across the Brooks and along the banks of the River Arun offering uninterrupted views south towards the South Downs. Part of the Brooks contains one of the RSPB's major reserves in the south and just two miles from the house. We carry a link to the RSPB reserve on our website.

The River Rother passes to the side of the house offering half a mile of private fishing and along its banks you have easy access to the start of the Rother Valley Walk and a network of footpaths that will encourage you to walk and enjoy such complete solitude. Find yourself watching cormorants, buzzards, heron, huge numbers of duck and geese all depending on the season when you choose to visit.

Just four miles from Mill House and you can visit Parham House, a magnificent Elizabethan country house with beautiful formal gardens and open parkland. The rooms are graced with fresh flowers cut daily from the four acre walled garden. The main rooms are the Great Hall, Great Chamber and the Long Gallery which at the top of the house does leave a tremendous visual impression. During the year Parham hosts a number of popular house and garden weekends.

A short drive and you will find 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 now owned 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.

Both Goodwood and Fontwell racecourses are nearby holding many prestigious meetings throughout the year. Of course, Goodwood is also renowned for their wonderful motor sports meetings, the Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival, which boast an intoxicating mix of cars, stars and motorsport royalty. You can also take advantage of the proximity of the cathedral city of Chichester, just a thirty minute drive, with its excellent Festival Theatre which is noted, not only the quality of productions, but also the fact many world premieres are featured here as well.

You may also consider a trip to Arundel Castle with its 1000 year history, home to the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk, which is a twenty minute drive away or explore the south coast and its beaches. Littlehampton, which is within 30 minutes drive, is a beautiful length of unspoilt beach designated as of Special Scientific Interest.

Places to Visit

Pulborough Brooks RSPB

Petworth House

Parham House and Gardens

What's On

Polo at Cowdray — May to July

Goodwood Festival of Speed — July

Arundel Festival — August

Goodwood Revival — September

  • Local shop - 1 mile Pulborough
  • Nearest supermarket - 1 mile Pulborough
  • Nearest restaurant - 1 mile Pulborough
  • Local pub - 0.5 miles Coldwaltham
  • Mainline rail service - Pulborough for services to Gatwick Airport, London Victoria and Portsmouth
  • Gatwick Airport 30 miles
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