Holiday cottage, Steyning, West Sussex
A warm welcome to a spacious, comfortable, well equipped house!
"We were thrilled with the warm welcome we received from Paula and Chrissy when we arrived - a homemade Easter cake and prosecco as well as much appreciated basics like bread, milk and teabags! The house itself is fantastic - so spacious and well presented as well as being spotlessly clean. The beds are very comfortable and the house is so cosy and warm. Location wise it is brilliant with a lovely little Village just down the road, a park for the children and a delicious restaurant - all within walking distance. We certainly hope to return again in the future! Xx"
"Perfect location for walking the SouthDowns way. Spacious and well equipped home with lots of personal touches . "
Would book here again without hesitation
"Warm , very comfortable and extremely well equipped. Hospitality great. We got a "welcome" cake!' Would be nice to have an electric shaver/ toothbrush socket in the family bathroom. "
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We felt we best translate this! "It was the best vacation in Sussex. A beautiful house in a beautiful place, very clean and comfortable. Pleased to go back there again!!!"
Home from home
"Round Hill is a very comfortable and fully equipped house, well situated for easy access to the Downs, the town and the coast. Ideal for a family reunion with playgrounds nearby and restaurants within walking distance. The owners were welcoming and helpful."
Beautiful, well-kept home, excellent location, very welcoming and friendly owners.
"The house is located in a beautiful, quiet and peaceful location. The view on the mountains from the bedroom windows is incredible and when the sun goes down the garden becomes the perfect spot to watch the stars in the night sky. Paula and Chrissy, the owners of this house were exceptionally welcoming and friendly. It was a pleasure meeting them. They also did a superb job keeping the house clean. We felt very at home during our stay. The house is very cosy and everything was in great condition. The beds are super comfortable! Will definitely recommend this house. We had a blast. Thank you for the memories."
wonderful hosts and very good accommodation
"We are a group of ladies who attend a training weekend four times a year. We have booked accommodation across West Sussex for many years now. This weekend we were delighted to be staying in Round Hill. The hosts were very helpful - they baked us a cake, which was a wonderful surprise and it was delicious :-) The house is in immaculate condition and the bedrooms are all very well appointed and comfortable. It is a well equipped kitchen and the bathrooms are of a high standard We will definitely stay here again if it is available "
“We would stay at this property again if we need to stay somewhere while getting our new house renovated. It feels like home from home”
Round Hill is a lovely, spacious home and situated just one mile away from access to the South Downs Way, this is a perfect spot for walkers, cyclists and families alike.
Round Hill offers modern and very comfortable accommodation that is nicely presented. The ground floor areas of the accommodation are bright and airy with both the kitchen and living room leading onto the enclosed, sunny garden. The large kitchen is fully fitted and has a full size hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer along with a useful breakfast bar area which is additional to the spacious dining room. The living room has comfortable seating and is furnished well for relaxtion after a days' activity. There is also a ground floor cloakroom.
There are a comfortable four bedrooms providing sleeping accommodation for six people in two kingsize doubles, one large single and a single. The principal bedroom offers ensuite facilities with a full bath and there is also a family bathroom with walk-in shower. There is both parking and secure cycle storage available.
Round Hill is situated in a quiet residential area and is nestled beneath rolling hills. It is a short 5 minute walk into the town and there are public bridleways just 20 metres from the house which will lead you onto the South Downs Way.
Historic Steyning, nestling against the inspiring landscape of the South Downs, is well known as one of the most picturesque towns in Sussex dating from early Saxon times. The old core of Steyning has a large number of historic buildings, including many from the medieval and Tudor period. Among the historic buildings is the Old Grammar School, founded in 1614 by William Holland, and occupying a set of 15th Century buildings. Steyning is rich in history, with scores of timber framed buildings in and around the ancient High Street, its excellent museum and St Andrews, the Norman church, which contains some of the best Romanesque architecture in England.
Steyning town offers the visitor a fantastic selection of interesting shops with many independent retailers, including the award winning Cobblestone walk, and a monthly farmers' market. There are also restaurants, pubs and tea rooms offering delicious food and drink.
Steyning’s immediate neighbour is the small village of Bramber which has remained largely unchanged over the centuries. It is overlooked by the remains of the castle built after the Norman Conquest and now looked after by English Heritage. St Mary’s House, also in Bramber, is a magnificent late medieval house and has interesting connections - King Charles II hid there on his escape to France and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle chose the house as a setting for one of the Sherlock Holmes stories. It is well worth visiting and we have information on St Mary’s on our ‘Places to visit’ page.
Rightfully known as a great destination for walkers, Steyning provides easy access to beautiful countryside, the South Downs Way and to other long distance paths. There are also excellent local routes to the mysterious Chanctonbury Ring, the Iron Age hill fort at Cissbury Ring, and delightfully gentle walks through the Adur Valley.
To the east there is fine walking along the South Downs Way towards Truleigh Hill and beyond to Devil's Dyke. There are spectacular views en route both inland over the Weald and out to sea over Shoreham by Sea and Brighton.
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