11 Angel Yard is a beautifully converted ground floor period apartment, forming part of an imaginative and select development. The property is set in a very pretty courtyard, tucked away off the street, in quite stunning surrounds. It has been finished to a very high standard with quality fittings in the kitchen and bathroom and provides an extremely comfortable abode for either short or longer breaks. The rooms are light and spacious and the apartment will accommodate four people comfortably.
There is a very well appointed en-suite bathroom off the main bedroom and also a separate shower room. The sitting room has an attractive fireplace which is the focal point of the room and there is a television with DVD player. Outside there is allocated parking for 1 car. The communal gardens are absolutely beautiful and enjoy far reaching views to Cowdray Ruins - a stunning backdrop.
All the shops in Midhurst are within walking distance and The Angel Restaurant/Hotel, which lies in front of this property, offers good food. This property is ideal for people wanting a quiet and relaxing break but also for those requiring a fantastic base to explore all the many and varied events and places of interest in the area.
In recent years Midhurst was voted the most desirable place to live in the whole of the U.K. - some accolade! It is a quintessential English town, with period properties from a variety of eras lining the main streets and a collection of eclectic 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 attracting visitors from all over the world. The famous Cowdray Ruins lie on the northern outskirts of the town and are within view from the gardens which are carefully landscaped and have several different spots to sit in. They consist of lawned areas interspersed with pretty flower borders and are a blaze of colour in the summer. The South Downs surround the town and for keen walkers there are so 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.
Goodwood lies just a few miles to the south and attracts visitors from all over the world to its famous motor sports events and horse racing events. Chichester lies about 11 miles south of Midhurst and has a world famous cathedral, which dominates the city. It also has the renowned Festival Theatre where some of the world's most famous actors perform. The south coast, with many picturesque beaches including West Wittering's sandy dunes, is about 6 miles of Chichester. Midhurst is easily accessible by road and there is a mainline train station to London at Haslemere just to the north.