South Downs self catering farmstay, sleeps 4, England

£300To£700 per cottage per week (sleeps 4)
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In the heart of the South Downs near Storrington.See map here
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Short breaks of up to four nights are charged at 75% of the weekly rate.
In winter months we are very pleased to offer some longer rentals if, for example, people are moving house.
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Description of South Downs self catering farmstay, sleeps 4, England

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1 Reviews of South Downs self catering farmstay, sleeps 4, England

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 03 Jul 2021 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Completeing the 100 mile walking The whole of South Doowns Way,

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Do your research and preparation training.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes to all of the above. We shoped for daily supplies, had take aways, ate out
and used taxis all from the locality.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

Very good saw a lot along the route and would definitely have sight seeing
beach holiday in that area next time.

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We are delighted to have been accepted as members of the Higher Steward Level Scheme, an agri-environment scheme, which rewards effective environmental management.

Everything we do, or don't do, is with a view to maintaining and enhancing the natural environment, flora and fauna, not to create urban or estate style parkland but to celebrate the unique beauty of a working farm in this area of the South Downs which is due to the geology on the farm. We have chosen to take the long term view, to farm for the future and sacrifice potential production levels in order to consider the landscape and preserve the natural quality of the environment.

Our primary objectives are:
- conserve wildlife via creating habitat e.g. over wintering stubble and grassland, by not destroying habitat e.g. less frequent hedge cutting and by not using chemicals which may contaminate wildlife food sources.

- to maintain and enhance landscape quality and character via maintaining important features such as traditional field boundaries.

- to protect the historic environment including archeological features, evidence of previous lives, and traditional farm buildings.

- to promote public access and understanding of the countryside through maintaining a vast network of footpaths and bridle ways across the farm, themselves a relic of times when people came to church or work on the farm by foot or horse.

-to protect natural resources via improving water quality and reducing soil erosion and surface run-off by not cultivating ground where erosion and run-off are likely and not using artificial fertilisers and chemicals which get into the water supply.

We aim, at all times and in all sorts of little ways to minimise our use of energy and natural resources e.g. turning off lights, minimising heat levels and we use a sustainable cesspit for Byre Cottages ensuring that clean water goes into the drainage system.

Visitors often come believe just how dark it gets being so far from city lights. The stars are a marvel to behold out in the countryside. We are only 10mintues away from the RSPB brooks and wetlands if visitors are interested in bird-watching, particularly ones that specific to the South Downs – wagtails, skylarks, buzzards etc.


The family has farmed here for 60 years and during that time four generations have worked hard as part of the Storrington and Sullington communities. The 16th century Tithe barn, so called because historically owners of the barn gave one tenth of their profits (Tithe) to the church, is not normally open to the public as it is still in agricultural use but it is used for local charity events, most notably for the biennial Flower Festival for the Church. It really is a fantastic event; low key but busy, charming and fun. The event runs from the 29th June to the 1st July 2012 and we welcome visitors to celebrate St Mary's Church, Sullington and its location with local craft, plant and conservation stalls and refreshments in the Tithe Barn itself. Other charity events include quiz nights and barn dances most recently in aid of Family Support Work who train support workers to provide families experiencing difficulties with advice etc. They are a wonderful organization; they only enter the lives of families with their consent and try to nip things in the bud before problems become devastating.

We actively encourage many of guests to frequent other local business and there is pretty much everything you need in Storrington. Two excellent butchers, a super deli and a local bakery and there are some great restaurants in Storrington – the Old Ford is for excellent modern English cuisine and 13, a superb Thai restaurant which you might not expect in such a rural village! For beautiful ornaments, collectables and furniture there are several antique shops in Storrington including Stable Antiques. There are three very different tea rooms including Vintage Rose run by a local mum – and friend – that sells delightful home baked cakes (all the cakes are baked by my friend’s mother!). Richard Rowe and the Ashleigh Howe Racing Stable is on Sullington Lane. We might be able to arrange for guests to visit the stables if they are interested. It certainly is a great sight to see the horses on the gallop in the early morning.

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