Marie’s Cottage is an ideal seaside family bungalow.
It is located right on Pagham Beach and therefore has direct access onto the beach and panoramic views along it and out to sea.
Local shops are less than a mile away as is the world renowned Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve. It is within 8 miles of Chichester, Goodwood and Bognor Regis, which makes it a perfect base from which to explore and enjoy the South Downs and attend events such as the Goodwood Revival and Chichester Festival. The beach is also popular with windsurfers/kitesurfers.
The bungalow has a large reception room which looks out onto the beach, a kichen/dining room also with views onto the beach, two double bedrooms, one with an en–suite shower, and a family bathroom. It can sleep 4 comfortably but extra beds can be provided on request to comfortably sleep 6, an extra charge may apply. The kitchen is well equipped and there is a washing machine. Full central heating and Wi–Fi.
At the rear there is off street parking for 3 cars and well behaved dogs are welcome.
Pagham village has all the amenities you would need, there are four pubs, shops, restaurants and a Post Office. There are stunning walks all around the area, including around the Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve which is ideal for bird watching, photography or just a place to relax and enjoy nature. Coastal walks, Chichester Marina and the South Downs National Park are all within easy reach.
The city of Chichester with all its attractions, including the famous Festival Theatre, the cathedral, medieval walls, art galleries, shops and restaurants, is an easy 6 mile drive away. The nearby Goodwood Estate, set in the heart of the South Downs National Park, is home to some world class events, such as The Festival of Speed, Glorious Goodwood Horse Racing and The Revival vintage car meeting at the motor racing circuit. There are also two first class golf courses. Further afield, to the west, is the historic city of Portsmouth with its Naval Dockyard and to the east, the exciting city of Brighton. Both road and rail links along the coast are easily accessible, as well as there being a direct rail link to London from Chichester.