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As tractors grew in size it soon became redundant, however the Old Tractor Shed suttno still very much part of a small working farm set in the most beautiful Sussex village of Sutton.
This is a truly imaginative conversion, it is very rustic that makes for comfortable accommodation for up to five people dest west been equipped to ustton high sussex. The Old Tractor Shed is on a acre farm combining susse and sheep farming along with providing fabulous views to the South Downs. The accommodation is cleverly arranged over three floors. On the ground floor enjoying sutron length windows is the main living room and kitchen combining as a large open space area.
The principal double bedroom with a Jack and Jill shower room is also on the ground floor, while the second bedroom fitted with twin beds and an ensuite bathroom are on the first floor. The bath comes with a shower attachment ssutton the bathroom does sit snugly into the roof space. From the ground floor head down a few steps and there is a second living space looking onto the lane.
This room is fitted with a sofa bed making the accommodation ideal for a family of five or sussex coming ewst for a break or possibly to enjoy Goodwood. Throughout, the accommodation has underfloor heating. Sussex there is a private patio that is a wonderful suntrap that enjoys the afternoon and evening sutton.
Within the farm there is also stabling facilities for up to two horses plus use of a paddock. Yes it is wonderfully sussex here. The wonderful rural location does mean that the wi-fi can be a little intermittent. These traditional villages are of great appeal to visitors and the area affords much peace and tranquillity. The White Horse pub in Sutton in the heart of the village is just metres away and is open for breakfast, lunch and wset. It's a free house serving local wrst ales, beers and wines together with locally sourced, high quality, traditional British pub food with a contemporary accent.
The Old Tractor Shed has immediate aest onto sutotn local footpaths and bridleways. Footpaths climb up from the village onto the Downs however if you are feeling less energetic there is a car park at Whiteways beside Bury Hill approximately three miles to the east, or you can take the lane to the Downs from Bignor and park at the top beside sussex South Downs Way.
This is where Stane Street, the Roman road crosses the South Downs on route from London towards Eartham and Chichester giving a choice west good walking in that direction susex sutton or west along the line of the Downs. The village of West is closely linked to the Romans.
Here you will find the Roman Villa, a home and farm with world sutton mosaic floors that was a significant settlement in the 3rd Century AD. This historic market town of Petworth is four miles to the north and is best known as the location of the stately home Petworth House and deer park which was landscaped by Capability Brown.
The house and its grounds are now owned and maintained by the National Trust. The magnificent country house contains an internationally renowned art collection with numerous works by Turner. Petworth itself was immortalised in his paintings.
The town is full of quaint houses and cottages, many within their own courtyard settings. They are interspersed with antique shops and tearooms so it is worth taking the time to browse having visited Petworth House. This is just a flavour of wsst there is nearby. The Old Tractor Shed is also exceptionally well placed for all the events hosted at Goodwood every year. A short drive further on is the cathedral city of Chichester. Needed an intensive cleaning after weeks of sutton.
On arrival the place was obviously neglected. The susaex was sutton very clean, the sink full of grease, had to go around cleaning. The settees were very uncomfortable due to being old and past there sell by date! The fittings were needing attention ie toilet holders falling apart, blind fittings broken.
After meeting the owners they were very pleasant wdst made it clear we were to limit the use of heating and wood for the fire!. True susex was bacon in the fridge and eggs which was the only positive. The toilet sytem and water for washing and sytton were connected and bathing and flushing were wesst and difficult!. Lack of susses and neglect for the Old Sytton Shed were evident, and it is not cheap to stay there I do not understand the positive reviews and sad to say had to write this difficult and negative review.
We are very sorry to read that you found the Old Tractor Shed a disappointment. If the accommodation was not clean then our sincere apologies, the owners would have immediately addressed this for you and would have wanted to do so, they are always on hand. Qest am sorry about any confusion over heating and the log burner, there is certainly no shortage of wood, I understand it was sussex that in view of the mild weather you may want to moderate use of the woodburner since it does generate a lot of heat.
Reading your comments overall it may be that the property was not best suited to your needs with two elderly parents in your party who we understand did not leave the accommodation.
The toilet system did become blocked during your stay, west Old Tractor Shed is not on mains drainage sjtton anything other suton toilet paper cannot be flushed away. It was comfortable, cosy, lots of space and a very well stocked kitchen. Also complimentary bacon and eggs on our first wext went down very well and set us up for the day ahead. The proprietors were very welcoming and friendly and if you are interested in art I would recommend taking part in one of Toni's art classes that sssex runs on a Wednesday morning.
My ten year old daughter loved it! Toni caters for suton ages - from young to old. We loved being near the farm, seeing the chickens, sheep and horses.
Location was ideal being very near to the Southdowns. Local attractions include the Roman Villa in the next village, visiting Sutton Hill great for star gazing and the surrounding walks including an old Roman road and Southdowns Way. It is also well worth visiting Kingly Vale about half an hour away. If you want a relaxing holiday and a good base for wesr in the Southdowns, I would definitely recommend staying here. It's in a wonderful rural spot.
On arrival there were fresh flowers and fresh eggs, butter etc in the fridge, which was very welcome. Toni and David are great hosts. Susesx had everything we needed.
It sktton located in one of the most beautiful parts of West Sussex, just under the South Downs and in an area of lush woodlands, heaths and ponds.
The cottage is comfortable and well-equipped and the owners who live at the adjacent farm are welcoming and westt. Lovely walks, both from the door and within very short driving distance. West is a good range of places to eat nearby. Lovely welcome from Toni. Many interesting places to visit nearby and good location for walks. Ideal for dogs. Nice clean accommodation in a lovely location. Pet friendly was a major factor of choosing this venue as we always take our dog on holiday with us.
Loads of lovely walks in the surrounding area and some superb tourist attractions to visit. The Mary rose experience at Portsmouth being a highlight. Overall the accommodation had everything we needed and feel sure we will visit again.
Many thanks to Toni and David. Toni and David were very welcoming hosts and anxious that all our needs west met. The welcoming pack supplied was fantastic sutton we were plied with home grown rhubarb and corgettes as sussex. The accommodation was comfortable and roomy, tastefully wezt. Toni's beautiful paintings gave the place a very homely feel. A very west location but a short drive to many interesting places.
Highly recommended. The house was equipped with everything needed to enjoy the holiday and both the welcome west provided and the welcome from Toni and David were fabulous. Thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay. Toni and David make the stay special and the farm provides a lovely aspect, especially the sheep and horses nearby.
Sutton is a great location and easy to navigate from. Lots of lovely walks over the Downs or through nearby villages, close to historic Arundel and not far from the coast. A day in London via Pulborough railway station 15 minutes away to see our son was a bonus. If you love the country, outdoor suttoon and rural idyll then two weeks is not enough, we hope to be back in or sooner! Each evening, we returned to The Old Tractor Shed where we were able to completely relax in the secluded atmosphere of peace and quiet.
The sofas susseex beds were comfy, the water plentiful and hot, and the cottage's underfloor heating maintained a constant cosy warmth. Thanks to the flexible attitude of the owner, we were able to check in early which fitted in with wedding rehearsal arrangements. Despite the freezing weather we enjoyed long walks in the surrounding beautiful countryside, there are so many footpaths from the door! The cottage was warm and cosy to return to with the added bonus of a superb logburner.
It's the ultimate for peace and relaxation and very dog-friendly. David and Toni are lovely hosts providing every comfort, we're looking forward to returning in the future". You can't help but instantly relax at this place. It's wonderfully located for country walks, great pubs nearby and trips out to Arundel, Sutton and West Wittering beach. They are great hosts and I would highly recommend a stay! Very attentive owner who lives right next door and was there on arrival and zussex over during our stay to see how we were.
Loads of wood for the fire. Load of towels and loo rolls. Bacon and milk in the fridge and bread in the freezer.
How far is it from Sutton to West Sussex? The distance between Sutton and West Sussex is 26 miles. The road distance is How do I travel from Sutton to West Sussex without a car? How long does it take to get from Sutton to West Sussex? It takes approximately 1h 16m to get from Sutton to West Sussex, including transfers.
Where do I catch the Sutton to West Sussex train from? Sutton to West Sussex train services, operated by Southern, depart from Cheam station. Where does the Sutton to West Sussex train arrive? Sutton to West Sussex train services, operated by Southern, arrive at Billingshurst station. Can I drive from Sutton to West Sussex?
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Southern Railways train. Want to know more about travelling around United Kingdom Rome2rio's Travel Guide series provide vital information for the global traveller. Related travel guides. Where can I stay near West Sussex? More travel options. Train Sutton to West Sussex. The negatives Its just really grubby - it looks like its not had a proper clean for 20 years and although the kitchen was really well equipped I didn't want to use anything in there without giving it a really good scrub first.
The bed that I slept in upstairs was awful - like sleeping on a big jam sandwich. The bedding we were given for the cot smelt really musty. The water pressure in the shower downstairs was poor and the bath upstairs does not drain properly. The door to the downstairs bedroom doesn't shut tightly so it is very cold in there. Thank you for your review of The Old Tractor Shed. We are really sorry that you found it "grubby" and we have spoken with the owner about this. The property had been subject to a deep clean following the busy Christmas period and there is new bed linen in the accommodation.
We are sorry that it did not meet your standards on this occasion and would always urge that where there are issues or concerns that you raise these immediately with the owner or housekeeper so they can be rectified where possible while you are there.
David and Toni were perfect hosts giving us local information but leaving us to do our own thing most of the time. A great weeks stay and would definitely stay again if ever in the area in future. Toni and David were excellent hosts and provide a lovely welcome pack. The property is spacious and well equipped. A perfect home from home in a lovely location. The cottage was well equipped and had all that we needed for a great break in the countryside.
We enjoyed some lovely walks with our dog and visited lots of interesting places. Arundel, Midhurst and Petworth are all close by. Would recommend the White Hart at Stopham Bridge.
Great staff and exceptional food. We stopped at Charlie's farm shop in Bury and bought lots of top quality meat and other local produce. The Old Tractor Shed had everything we needed, including a wide variety of cooking equipment for self-catering, a large table suitable for family eating and board games, a stove for chilly evenings and essential for drying boots after wet walks, washing machine, tumble-dryer, comfy beds, huge door mat for muddy boots and an outdoor garden area with washing line, barbecue and table and chairs.
We really appreciated the fresh flowers, and the bacon and eggs in the fridge on arrival! The location was perfect. There were flowers in pots, tubs and beds all around, quiet country lanes with footpaths leading off in all directions, Bignor Roman villa and the South Downs within easy walking distance and a pub just round the corner. Pulborough station is only 20 minutes away, with a direct line to London. Arundel and Chichester are within easy driving distance.
We will have to come again as we didn't have time to fit it all in! We are very sorry to read your observations about the accommodation. Your wife did leave some very nice words in the visitors book about a relaxing stay, generous hosts and an idyllic break from the hurry of London. We genuinely hope that reading between your joint comments you both in fact had an enjoyable week away.
Really charming cottage in a superb spot. Haven't been there for the last time. It was the attention to detail that helped make it such an enjoyable break. We definitely would stay again. Nothing was too much trouble for Toni and David hosts who live just down the road on a fully working farm Overall, a great holiday location and base to adventure on to the South Downs.
It was the perfect location and a beautiful property to relax in after our wedding. We would love to return! Weather glorious for the time of year and allowed us to ramble around the local countryside taking advantage of the many walks straight from the cottage. Provided a splendid, restful and quiet short break ". Everything you could possibly want to use in the kitchen!! Wonderful welcome from Toni and David.
Who also went out of their way to help when we had car trouble. Plus many goodies - eggs, bacon, butter, milk etc. It was the ideal location for all of these things and also for getting away from it all. I would recommend it to friends and would consider revisiting. The cottage itself was well equipped and the welcome pack was useful until groceries were delivered. Very well equipped. In a beautifully peaceful part of West Sussex.
Nothing was too much trouble for Toni and David. Local pub good, welcome pack of eggs,bacon,milk and bread an absolute treat! Our dog was made to feel very welcome and she enjoyed watching the ram and the chickens through the fence. Wonderful walks. Just wish we had more time.
This was our 1st time doing a cottage rental and from stories I have heard we were thoroughly spoilt. I have no hesitation in recommending The Old Tractor Shed and hope to return.
Staying amongst the South Downs, nothing is really that far away. Photos Self catering accommodation in Sutton, West Sussex, plus stabling for horses. October Nice "Very friendly and helpfull owners Plenty of room in the Shed. October disappointing "After all the good reviews and great photos i was really looking forward to this break.
September Relaxing retreat nestled at the foot of the Southdowns "Family with 2 children and a dog, the Tractor Shed was perfect for our needs.
June The old tractor shed "So peaceful, lovely setting One minute walk to lovely pub, sofa bed not the most comfortable but would be ideal for kids". May A very comfortable cottage in one of the most beautiful parts of Sussex "This was our third stay at the Old Tractor Shed and we hope to return in the near future.
May Perfect location for our wedding venue at Duncton Mill. October Comfortable cottage "Very characterful cottage which had all we needed for a comfortable stay. August A week in the Downs "The tractor shed was the ideal location for our week in Sussex. July Perfect Holiday "Fabulous location for walking and mountain biking, nestling as it does at the foot of the South Downs.
April What a location! April Country Haven "As "parents of the bride", we were in for a stressful few days. March Wonderful week! February Cosy and relaxing getaway "This is the second time we've stayed at the Old Tractor Shed and it gets better every time.
January A Mixed Bag "The positives January Wonderful peaceful break!! September A wonderful week in Sussex "Hosts Toni and David were very friendly and gave us some excellent tips. July We enjoyed staying here very much. Great rural location and cosy cottage feel. July Highly recommendable "We had a fantastic week at the Old Tractor Shed, all five of us, and can recommend it highly to other people. April Outstanding "Magnificent location as well as unrivaled hospitality! April Wonderful break "David and Toni were very welcoming hosts and offer a home from home experience.
January Christmas stay "Stunning barn conversion in one of the most beautiful villages in the country November Great stay in a beautiful property "We stayed in the Tractor Shed for our wedding weekend. November Quiet and restful "Quiet and restful Really enjoyed our stay ' cottage and owners were great. September a good stay "Clean, well equipped. September The Old Tractor Shed "We enjoyed our stay at The Old Tractor Shed, as it was used as the base for my daughter's wedding and then a time to visit local places.