The Old Store Guest House is renowned for its breakfasts, which include locally sourced and homemade fare. On the edge of the Goodwood Estate and just three miles from Chichester, guests can enjoy the beauty of the South Downs, the coast and Chichester Harbour. This beautiful Georgian house, with gardens and a car park, is a stroll away from the village pub.
What makes a stay at The Old Store Guest House unique?
The award-winning Old Store Guest House offers great hospitality with extra touches that make it a home from home. Breakfasts are cooked to order from a varied menu, using only the highest quality locally produced food, and home baked bread, jams, marmalade and cakes. The pretty cottage gardens are a welcome retreat at the end of a day spent exploring the many attractions of Chichester and the Downs, or at the beach. The Anglesey Arms, a minutes walk away, serves delicious meals.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Old Store Guest House?
The Old Store has seven bedrooms, each with a modern en-suite shower room and each with its own style. There are two sumptuous king-sized double rooms, a standard double room, three twin rooms (one on the ground floor) and a single room. The rooms have flat-screen televisions and radios, and a hospitality tray that provides coffee, hot chocolate, a variety of teas, and biscuits.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Chichester area?
Chichester lies at the heart of a beautiful area of coast, countryside and culture. A Roman and Georgian city, it offers world class entertainment at the Chichester Festival Theatre, a wide variety of shops and restaurants and a Norman cathedral. The beautiful harbour villages of Bosham, Itchenor and Dell Quay are nearby, and the award-winning beach at West Wittering calls to sun worshippers. With lovely Downland villages and towns to explore and The Weald and Downland Living Museum nearby, there are a host of visits and attractions for guests to enjoy.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Old Store offers a delicious cooked breakfast with a choice of traditional Full English, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs or pancakes, bacon and maple syrup. Local produce, such as apple juice, sausages and organic free range eggs, are served, along with homemade breads, jams and marmalade.
The Anglesey Arms, just a minutes walk away, provides excellent lunches and evening meals, using local, organic produce. Further afield, there are several Downland pubs serving great food, and Chichester offers a wide variety of eateries, from casual to fine dining.