The Fox Goes Free - Charlton , Goodwood PO18 0HU
Distance: 0.9 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £145.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
When William III came to Goodwood he used to come to The Fox Goes Free to refresh the Royal Hunting Party on their breaks from London. The Fox Goes Free prides itself on the preservation of many of the original features, including, the bread oven, inglenook fireplaces, low beamed ceilings and brick floors. With this and the good range of real ales, fine wines and our extensive menu it will make your visit to a memorable one. Goodwood is at the bottom of the South Downs, the pub is set in the beautiful countryside of the Goodwood Estate, close to the Weald and Downland (Singleton) Open Air Museum, Goodwood racecourse (for Goodwood Ladies Day) and Goodwood motor racing course (home of the infamous Festival of Speed and Revival) and the West Dean Gardens. A Sculpture Park and Golf Course are also close by. The nearest City to Goodwood is Chichester; a beautiful, quaint city boasting an impressive Gothic Cathedral and a large variety of shops and entertainment. Whether you’re in Goodwood and Chichester to enjoy a break in the countryside, to visit the sites of Chichester or to join in one of the events held at the Goodwood Estate, stay at The Fox Goes Free and enjoy the beautiful countryside surrounding us in the peaceful setting of the South Downs in West Sussex. With views over the countryside, The Fox Goes Free offers a high standard of bed & breakfast accommodation whether you’re visiting the area for business or pleasure. Our restaurant provides diners with a wide range of quality meals and obviously a tasty meal to start your day.
The Star & Garter - East Dean, Goodwood PO18 0JG
Distance: 1.4 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £120.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6Check prices and availability
Situated just north of the pond green in the small downland village of East Dean, The Star and Garter is an elegant flint and brick building of a style quite unique to this part of England. As a pub it has been offering food and drink to the locals and visitors for at least 300 years. Particularly convenient for Goodwood Racecourse, which is just one mile from the village, the pub is about seven miles from Chichester with its Festival Theatre, muedieval cathedral, Pallant House Gallery and Fishbourne Roman Palace. Cowdray Park Polo Club is 20 minutes to the north, and Petworth House with its famous collection of JMW Turner paintings is half an hour’s drive across the downs. Arundel Castle is in easy reach to the east, as are the ‘blue flagged’ sandy beaches of West Wittering, and picturesque Bosham to the south. Slightly further away to the west is the historic naval base of Portsmouth, home of HMS Victory and the Mary Rose. Local real ales from the Arundel Brewery, continental lagers and a fine wine list complement the wonderful menus. The brand new StarGrazing menu offers something a little different. Here you might choose a light meal such as king prawns in paprika and garlic or fresh local asparagus topped with an unctuous poached egg. Alternatively, you might opt for a table laden with tempting dishes for your party to share, which might include stunning seafood platters featuring freshly landed Selsey crab and lobster. Or you can go for the à la carte menu for a traditional 3 course lunch or dinner. Traditional roasts are served on Sundays. The attentive staff are always happy to advise on allergies and intolerances, and the three talented chefs will, whenever possible, adapt their recipes to suit. Food is served in the inviting, light and airy bar/restaurant, which is well patronised by local customers, or in good weather in the delightful courtyard garden and lawns beyond. This lovely little Downland village pub is waiting to welcome you.
Nightingale Cottage - The Street, Boxgrove Chichester PO18 0EE
Distance: 2.8 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £135.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6Check prices and availability
Nightingale Cottage Bed and Breakfast is an ideal location for the South Downs National Park, Sussex Coast and surrounding historic towns and villages. The rooms host historical and period features and are beautifully presented. We offer a warm and welcoming service to make our guests feel relaxed and at home. The Goodwood Suite offers luxury accommodation for two guests with a king size double bed, luxury Egyptian cotton bed linen and an ensuite shower room and adjoining dressing room. The Boxgrove Room is a comfortable double room with a king size double bed, luxury Egyptian cotton bed linen and an ensuite bathroom. All our rooms come with a flat screen TV, tea making facilities, hair dryer, bathroom products & access to an iron. We offer a choice of breakfast with cereals, fresh fruit with yoghurt and locally sourced cooked English breakfast. We look forward to welcoming you Nightingale Cottage Bed & Breakfast Mandie & David
Chichester Park Hotel - Madgwick Lane, Westhampnett Road Chichester PO19 7QL
Distance: 3.6 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £99.00 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Friendly and well located 3* hotel offering Free WiFi, good food, professional service and a warm welcome. Just over an hour from London the hotel is situated just out side of the town so you can explore the Historic town of Chichester and we are right near to the Goodwood race track & Motor circuit. Each of the 81 bedrooms has an Ensuite, colour satellite TV with pay per view movie channels, Tea & Coffee making facilities, trouser press, hair dryers and direct dial telephones with internet connection. Seasons restaurant offers modern English food in stylish contemporary surroundings overlooking the Courtyard garden. Breakfast can be added to your booking after clicking BOOK NOW. Our Leisure Club is the perfect place to relax and unwind with the Heated Swimming pool, Sauna, Jacuzzi and Steam room
The Cottage - 22B Westhampnett Road, Chichester PO19 7HW
Distance: 3.9 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £80.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Breakfast is by request and payable on arrival and costs £4.00p per person and £2.00p per child up to and including 10yrs of age. Breakfast typically consists of juices, cereals, full english breakfast, toast, coffee and a variety of teas, we offer a vegetarian option. If a full english is too much the you could try fruit, cereals, toast and/or something like scrambled eggs Any dietary requirements can usually be catered for but please let us know in advance. When you settle your bill at the end of your stay, you can pay by cash, cheque or we have a chip and pin machine here. There is a standard charge of £2.00p for using the chip and pin machine. Chichester Cathedral is over 900yrs old and has been welcoming worshippers, tourists and people of all religions for a long time. It is a stunning building with its superb masonry and ornate stain glass windows, while you are there why not visit the beautiful Bishops Garden in the Cathedral grounds. The Festival Theatre has been launching plays to the west end for years and two of its most famous are Singing in the Rain and Yes Minister. f you are looking to see a show the it is recommended that you book tickets in advance. Goodwood Estate hosts the world famous Festival of Speed, The Goodwood Revival held at the motor track, and Glorious Goodwood (horse racing) along with many other events throughout the year. West Wittering beaches are great for those who enjoy water sports or just a relaxing day on the beach. Along with its restaurants, cafes and shops Chichester has a Multplex cinema, a Bowling Alley plus Bus & Railway Stations. We are close to St Richards Hospital and The Bishop Otter University.
Blackmill Spinney Boutique B&B - Blackmill Lane, Norton Nr Chichester PO18 0JU
Distance: 4.2 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £150.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6Check prices and availability
Blackmill Spinney a luxurious and spacious contemporary retreat nestling in 3 Acres between Chichester and Arundel. We offer luxurious accommodation ´exclusively for adults´. We are perfectly situated for nearby country walks and pubs, the stunning scenery of the South Downs National Park; plus all that West Sussex has to offer from Goodwood Racing, Festival of Speed and The Revival to Cowdray Park Polo and were just a stone’s throw from Fontwell Park Racecourse with its Racing, famous Car Boots, Wedding Fairs etc. etc. Sailing and Sandy Beaches are located close by, the Festival Theatre in Chichester with top productions and a wide variety of restaurant’s in the area serving local food and fine wines. A visit to Chichester and Arundel is a must, two of the best and most beautiful places in England with many buildings being listed as places of architectural and historic interest, especially Chichester Cathedral and Arundel castle. Our bedrooms are individually designed and imaginatively decorated, in a style that blends contemporary with traditional, wonderfully luxurious duvets, delicious comfy pillows and beautiful white Egyptian Cotton linens and towels, each bedroom surely guarantees the very best night’s sleep. All rooms have Flat-screen TV’s, WiFi, Tea & Coffee Making Facilities and Hairdryers. Enjoy a wonderful breakfast which will be cooked to your own specific requirements in our open plan kitchen which all adds to the atmosphere of this luxurious bed and breakfast. Your privacy, safety and vehicles are protected by our Automated Gated System so whether your stay is for business or pleasure, a romantic getaway or precious time with family or friends, Blackmill Spinney is the perfect place to stay. We are pleased to offer a mobile "1st Choice Valeting" service, Prices range from £15 - £80 Subject to availability. Fascinating history, stylish design and a warm and personable service await you. We look forward to welcoming you.
George and Dragon Inn - 51 North Street, Chichester PO19 1NQ
Distance: 4.3 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £90.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
The atmosphere in the George & Dragon bar is welcoming and hearty. There are three open fires to keep everyone toasty in the winter months, while in the summer, large front doors open out onto the street. The George & Dragon has plenty of sofas to kick back on and there is also seating in the heated courtyard garden, which includes a covered smoking area for those who enjoy a cigarette with their drink. The dining room at the George & Dragon in Chichester is something special. Diners enjoy uncomplicated, full-flavoured food in the light and airy space of the conservatory, which has large double doors that open out onto the decked courtyard for alfresco dining in the warmer months. The dining room at the George & Dragon has a dynamic, modern menu that includes regularly changing specials and seasonal British ingredients from local sources. As well as lunch and dinner, it also serves one of the best breakfasts in town. Bar meals are also available for a lighter lunch or a more informal bite to eat. There are many attractions and lots of things to do in the nearby area, including museums, golf, galleries and a castle.