PENFOLDS, a seventeenth century cottage, is situated in a small village just off the A29, at the foot of the South Downs, close to the River Arun. Accommodation includes an authentic shepherd’s hut offering a high level of comfort and charm. Take breakfast in the ‘Garden Room’, opening onto and enjoying views of the garden and the South Downs beyond. A 30 minute riverside walk will take you to Houghton Bridge, where there is a pub, restaurant and tea room and also Amberley Station and the Amberley Chalk Pits Museum. Secure off road parking.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: Bury
Southbound on the A29, travel south through Pulborough and the villages of Coldwaltham and Watersfield, then take the first left turn signed to Bury. Go up a short, steep hill, over the brow, and the property is 50 yards on the left. Northbound on the A29, having gone straight over at the large roundabout at the top of Bury hill and continued down to the bottom of the hill, take the first right turn to Bury just by the Squire and Horse pub. After 300 yards turn left at the crossroads, and after another 300 yards look out for our sign on the right.
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