Self-Catering in Chichester

North Walls Cottage, Chichester, Sussex

North Walls Cottage

PO19 1BY
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North Walls Cottage is a charming Grade II listed period mid-terrace self-catering cottage situated within the city walls of historic Chichester. It is located on a quiet one way road at the top of North Street, right by lovely shops. pubs and eating places and walking distance from the theatre and cathedral. This self catering 2 bedroom cottage would be ideal for use as a city centre holiday cottage or for furnished short -term letting by professionals or home movers. Alternatively, it would be excellent for anyone needing a longer let in furnished accommodation with everything provided!

The owner will be there to greet you on arrival and answer any queries you may have. All bed linen, towels & toiletries included plus a complimentary arrival food basket . Logs are provided for the wood burner during the winter months.

The cottage being on 3 floors does have quite a steep, but short, staircase. A handrail is provided. A very small south facing courtyard with plants & just room for a garden table & 2 chairs! Off-street parking is available a few yards away (free after 5.30pm) and a large secure 24hr Northgate theatre car park is less than 5 minutes walk away. There is no broadband facility in the cottage but the wonderful Clinches cafe or Ship Hotel very nearby have free internet access.


Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Price Guide: From 270 for 3/4 night break in low to mid season to 550 per week in high season
Nearest Major Town: Chichester
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Gardens for Guest Use - Small Patio
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Linen Provided - Linen/towels & toiletries provided
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