Despite its sleepy atmosphere, there is an endless array of places to explore and experience during your stay here.
Our huts are situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park, an enchanting and emerald landscape covering 1600km2 of breathtaking land. Wild flowers dance through the vast meadows that carpet the shrubbery, from knarled oak to the pillars of scots pine. The forests here conceal some of the oldest living things in Britain, such as the ancient trees of Kingley Vale, known to home the finest Yew forest in Western Europe.
Travelling from green to blue, the incredibly accessible coast line will pluck the breath from your lungs. West wittering, a vast stretch of white sand dunes, is the perfect location for when the sun shines down. Not far inland also lays Chichester Marina and Dell Quay, one of the largest harbours in the country. Almost totally undeveloped, this is the place to capture some ocean culture with the backdrop of forested downs in the hazy distance.
It's not just nature that will capture your heart here; bustling towns of historical importance engulf the area and still capture the quaint charm we know of old England. Art and culture are highly celebrated, such as Chichester's Festival Theatre (home to some of the finest plays in the country) and Pallant House Gallery (one of the best collections of 20th century British art in the world). Sussex dwellers also know how to run a festival! Goodwood in particular is home to some incredible events, gathering people from every corner of the country:
Goodwood Revival (september), The Festival of Speed (June), Qatar Goodwood Festival also known as Glorious Goodwood (July). Smaller village, run festivals also contain unrivalled charm and you'll find these all year around.
Whether you're here for the festival, for the forest or just to enjoy the serenity of the South Downs, you'll be warmly welcomed by our unique huts - specially hand-crafted by the Roundhill team!