The village of Cocking nestles at the foot of the South Downs, 9 miles north of Chichester and 3 miles south of Midhurst. It is situated at the heart of the South Downs National Park, which is fast becoming a favourite destination for visitors from the UK and overseas. Both B&B properties are within a mile of the South Downs Way, providing convenient and comfortable overnight accommodation for walkers and cyclists, and an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding West Sussex countryside. The village has an excellent pub restaurant and Post Office and local shop.
Dating from the 16th century, this old farmhouse has been added to and extended over the subsequent five centuries resulting in a unique and fascinating property. The three guest bedrooms offer spacious elegance and comfort. They include one twin and two double rooms, each having its own private bathroom (two bedrooms are en-suite, the other private bathroom being adjacent to the bedroom). Each room has a television and tea and coffee making facilities, and they all have stunning views across to the green and gentle slopes of the South Downs. In addition there is a guest lounge on the ground floor.
This charming 200 year old flint and brick cottage has four guest bedrooms ranging from single accommodation to en-suite twin and double rooms. Each room has a television and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a guest lounge on the ground floor and a traditional cottage garden, a favourite with customers visiting the Tea Room, which is available for guests during the afternoon and evening. Children can be accommodated, dogs are welcome and secure cycle storage is available free of charge. Packed lunches are available,freshly prepared after breakfast, at both The Malthouse and Moonlight Cottage.