14 Budgenor Lodge is a beautifully presented and stylish family apartment, forming part of a wonderful converted Grade II listed property that dates back to the 18th Century. It is an ideal property for friends or family to share, sleeping four guests comfortably. Budgenor Lodge is a short distance from the popular South Down town of Midhurst, famous for its association with Cowdray Park, the home of polo in the UK.
Every window from this modern getaway looks out onto the beautifully landscaped communal garden offering your own personal slice of Sussex countryside and tranquillity. The good sized living area has a large comfortable sofa and dining area to the side leading directly to the open plan kitchen. It’s a great spot to gather with the family, cook up some snacks and enjoy a few games at the table.
The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to effectively self-cater during your stay including, dishwasher, kettle, cooker, fridge, freezer, washing machine and all the utensils and pots and pans you will need.
The apartment has two bedrooms, one master double bedroom with good sized en suite and a twin bedroom with family bathroom opposite.
This apartment includes one allocated parking space. Please enquire for further details if you have any other vehicles.
Free Wifi available.
Budgenor Lodge is just a short distance to the north of Midhurst in West Sussex. In recent years Midhurst was voted the most desirable place to live in the whole of the UK. It is a quintessential English town, with period properties from a variety of eras lining the main streets and a collection of independent shops and restaurants making it even more appealing. Much of the town is still owned by the famous Cowdray Estate which hosts the polo season from May to July, attracting visitors from all over the world. The famous Cowdray Ruins lie on the northern outskirts of the town and there is a superb farm shop and coffee shop to enjoy. The South Downs surround the town and for keen walkers there are many beautiful places to explore.
The old market town of Petworth lies just to the east, with Petworth House being an interesting place to visit, along with Petworth Park. The famous Goodwood Estate lies just a few miles to the south and attracts visitors from all over the world to its motor racing events and horse racing. Chichester lies about 11 miles south of Midhurst and has a magnificent 900 year old cathedral which dominates the city. It also has the renowned Chichester Festival Theatre. There are number of good quality golf courses in the region, including Cowdray Park and 2 courses at Goodwood.
The south coast, with many picturesque beaches including West Wittering's sandy dunes, is about 6 miles south of Chichester. Midhurst is easily accessible by road and there is a mainline train station to London at Haslemere.