This recently converted barn is situated in the village of Easebourne, close to the historic market town of Midhurst within the heart of The South Downs National Park. It combines country living in a small town community with easy access to Cowrday, Petworth and Goodwood Estates.
Rooks Yard Cottage is ideal for a short break and is set in a lovely private garden with great secure off road parking. The cottage is approx 30 metres from the main house and is a recently converted barn and offers modern well furnished and comfortable accommodation for couples, solo travellers and families. There is also a sofa bed which can be used for one or two children under ten or a single adult. A travel cot is available for infants.
The cottage is well heated with a combination of underfloor heating and a wood burning stove with a plentiful supply of logs.
The kitchenette will be stocked with great breakfast produce from fresh coffee, tea, local free-range eggs, bacon, milk, cereals, fresh bread, butter and a selection of preserves . Special dietary requirements will be happily catered for subject to advanced notice.
The kitchenette is equipped with an electric two ring hob and combination microwave/oven and fridge with a small freezer compartment.
The bathroom has a heated town rail, a bath with overhead shower and ample hot water.
Upstairs there is a very comfortable kingsize bed for two lucky people. The sofa bed is also upstairs.
There are no laundry facilities.
There is a small private garden and courtyard with table and chairs for use by guests. There is also a wonderful gas barbecue for guests to use on those long hot summer evenings.
Interaction with guests
Mari and Rob will be available to help you with local advice and any enquiries you may have.
Other things to note
We have ample secure, off road parking for two cars. Access to the cottage is along a gravel path with a couple of steps.
- Outdoor shoes not to be worn upstairs
I was born and brought up in Edinburgh then moved to the United Arab Emirates with my husband Rob where we worked for a number of years in the subsea industry. We returned to Scotland to start a family and we now have five children and eight grandchildren between us.
Around 20 years ago Rob was a founder of a maritime salvage company which required us to move to West Sussex, where we have been ever since. I took over an events catering company and have run it now successfully for 12 years. I am still very much involved but also find time to enjoy pottery and gardening both which I absolutely love.
Rob is now retired and is an enthusiastic woodturning novice, climber and kayaker and we both very much enjoy travelling and outdoor activities.