The Creamery

Gospel Green, nr Petworth, West Sussex
H742
Price: £1042-£1739 per week
Sleeps: 8 + cot
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
  • Impressive oak timber clad barn
  • Dog friendly
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • Wood burner
  • Wi-Fi broadband
  • Use of owners' tennis court
  • Babysitting by arrangement
  • Non-smoking

What our guests say

Spent at lunch very "Thanksgiving" at the Creamery. James and Kathy very helpful. Great pubs nearby at Chiddingfold and Lurgashall - recommend Sunday lunch at The Crown.

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Booking

The price for your stay will be £970

SPECIAL OFFER

15% discount for all holidays ending on or before 5th May

Small Party Discount

Details

34% discount applies for parties of 4 or fewer using 2 bedrooms, subject to booking within 4 weeks of the holiday date.

If you think your booking is eligible tick the box below. Our office staff will check your booking before confirming it.

Where applicable, the Small Party Discount supersedes any other Special Offer, available at the time of booking.

Introduction

Standing in the grounds of the owners' 17th century Grade II listed cottage, The Creamery is an impressive oak timber clad barn which, until recently, was used for making a local cheese. Its conversion into spacious, high quality holiday accommodation has been carefully researched and it now provides a delightful country retreat in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the borders of Surrey and Sussex.

A stay at The Creamery is a chance to immerse yourself in country life; the owners run an interesting 10 acre smallholding with geese, a few pigs and bantam chickens and make a vintage Sussex cyder, using the champagne method, which has received high praise in the BBC's Food & Drink programme and from Jancis Robinson in the Financial Times.

From The Creamery there are marvellous opportunities for walking in the private woodland surrounding the property with direct access to Black Down (National Trust), which at 917ft., offers far-reaching over the Sussex countryside. Visitors also have the use of the owner's hard tennis court. For keen golfers there are courses at Chiddingfold (2 miles) and Shillinglee (1 1/2 miles), while for keen fishermen, day tickets are available on local waters. Other sporting activities in the area include polo at Midhurst and horse racing at Goodwood. The area has some fine historic houses and gardens, including Petworth and Winkworth Arboretum and a number of very good village pubs and restaurants within a short drive. Haslemere (4 miles), Petworth (8 miles) and Midhurst (9 miles) are the nearest small towns, with Haslemere providing a 50 minute rail link to London.

The Creamery is ideal for two families wishing to spend a holiday together, but is also suitable for a smaller party out of season when the lower pricing becomes applicable.

The accommodation is practical, light and very spacious with attractive oak flooring and leaded light windows. Fittings and furnishings are to high specifications (eg. heated towel rails and power showers). The very large open plan living room, which comprises the whole of the 1st floor, is a feature of the accommodation.

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Accommodation

Ground floor: Entrance hall. 2 double bedrooms, both with a kingsize bed, adjacent to a bathroom/w.c. with shower attachment to the bath. 2 twin bedrooms. Two additional single 'drawer' beds, one in each bedroom, provide flexibility to the sleeping arrangements. (NB not for additional guests). Adjacent shower room/w.c. Utility cupboard. Utility room with external access. 1st floor: Very large, open plan living room incorporating an oak fitted kitchen, dining area with long solid oak dining table and a large sitting area with a Jotul woodburning stove.

Secluded, fenced private garden area to the rear of the barn with swing and trampoline and with access onto a footpath. Gas barbecue.

Services

  • Woodburning stove
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Oil, electricity, and logs included in rent May - Sept, otherwise at cost
  • Bed linen included in rent (towels for overseas visitors)
  • Cot
  • High chair
  • Colour TV (Freeview)
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • WiFi broadband
  • Automatic washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Driveway parking
  • Shops 4 miles
  • Pub 1 mile
  • One well behaved pet only - owners have dogs and livestock
  • Non-smokers preferred
  • Babysitting by arrangement
  • £100 refundable dilapidations deposit payable on booking

Location

What our guests say

Lovely house - perfect for 2 families or one large one!

Spent at lunch very "Thanksgiving" at the Creamery. James and Kathy very helpful. Great pubs nearby at Chiddingfold and Lurgashall - recommend Sunday lunch at The Crown.

Guest's review on Trip Advisor, December 1 2014

“A wonderful house in the Sussex countryside!” The Creamery is a gorgeous property, clean and spacious with a great open plan kitchen/dining/lounge area at the top of the house. The wood fire and well stocked wood shed were a great addition on the windier, rainier days. We were travelling as a party of friends and the house was a good space to catch up, watch films and cook in the very well equipped kitchen. Kathy and James were very friendly and offered a lot of guidance regarding the surrounding towns and countryside. Although there is enough sleeping space for a party of 10, I think that it would be a rather crowded house with that many people and that the property would be absolutely perfect for a party of 6-8 (because of seating space in the dining and lounge area upstairs). The location of the property is wonderful and very close to lots of beautiful National Trust areas - although a car would be essential for travelling to the nearest places.

Guest's review on Trip Advisor, January 2014

A wonderful spacious and comfortable home from home. We had a super week - walking in the woods, listening to the owls and watching birdlife. Some excellent pubs and good walking country too - Kathy was so helpful - many thanks and we hope to be back soon.

Mrs Longley, December 2013
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Wonderful, cosy Christmas - the children loved the toys and the chickens - a great holiday back in the UK - very helpful hosts.

Mr M Hebburn, December 2013

We recently returned from a wonderful weekend break at The Creamery. It was a fantastic place and I would highly recommend it to others.

Mr Fenn, February 2012
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