Privately accessed, spacious, self contained ground floor accommodation, with dedicated parking and use of the garden and extensive grounds.
‘A very peaceful and beautiful place. Emma is a lovely host. We had an incredible holiday. Your house is lovely and we felt very comfortable. Our daughters enjoyed the garden and we hope to come back soon!’ Review from C & A.
The annexe is an ideal retreat for holidays, or when visiting friends, family, or working locally, providing single level accommodation for two (three can be accommodated by prior agreement, see * below). It benefits from a well equipped kitchen complete with a oven and hob, microwave, fridge and an ample stock of cooking and dining utensils and equipment. An airy double bedroom, leads into the ensuite bathroom, equipped with bath and overhanging shower. The large dining table provides ample space for dining and working. Wi-fi and freeview tv are also available for guests’ use.
The Annexe has been thoughtfully decorated and equipped inside, whilst the outside seating area, immediately adjacent, is a real sun trap and a wonderful spot to sit and enjoy breakfast, tea or an early evening glass of wine while watching Ava and Clemmie, our resident chickens, busying themselves in their chicken house next to the fruit garden. Extra touches such as quality line dried linen and further benches and garden furniture around the grounds, to encourage guests to explore, help to make your stay comfortable, and special. *On request, an additional bed can be placed in the large living / dining room for an adult or responsible child. Please enquire & see here for tariffs.
“Super gorgeous grounds. A faultless host, always happy to help make your stay as super comfortable as possible. Simply the gem of West Sussex.” Review from John.
‘This was a much needed break, and honestly we couldn’t have found a better place. It is absolutely beautiful. You don’t really get to visualise how incredible this property is by its photos. Its 100× better in person! Unfortunately it rained during our stay, however the grounds were still breathtaking. We will definitely be returning.’ Online review: A.
The garden is home to many wild rabbits, as well as our own chickens: Ava, Clemmie, Peggy and Geraldine. It is also occasionally visited by the beautiful, if very shy, wild deer.
‘Thank you Emma for a lovely stay. My family & I really enjoyed it. It’s a stunning spot and beautifully done up. I’ll definitely come back.’ Review from Frances.
Soay sheep are a rare breed from the highlands of Scotland. We have a growing family happily living in our rough field. They are generally timid, but are getting better at braving a ‘hello’ when a visitor takes a walk in the field. Typical sheep – they haven’t any noticeable sense, so please keep the gates shut if you do pop down to say ‘hello’!
Private entrance, with easy, secure parking for cars. , fully fitted kitchen. Large living/dining room, TV, wireless fibre internet. Ensuite bathroom (with bath & shower over), and ample outdoor seating, both in the Annexe’s fruit garden and the grounds. The double ensuite bedroom sleeps 2 and an additional bed can be placed in the living room for an adult on request. Line dried cotton bed linen and towels. An iron and hairdryer are provided.
Direct train links to London & the South Coast from Horsham. Close to Gatwick and just an hour from South London.
Situated just off the busy Dorking Road, with easy access to main road routes as well as plenty of scenic walks and cycle routes near by.
A car is required due to the location of The Oaks. Local taxi firms / Uber provide a good service too – do ask for recommendations.
Situated just off the Dorking Road (A24), 10 minutes’ drive from the pretty, historic market town of Horsham with a full range of shops, as well as a market, cinemas, theatre, galleries and museum, a sports centre, parks, wildlife reserve and wide choice of pubs, restaurants and cafes. Supermarkets include Waitrose, Sainsburys & Tesco.
Warnham is our local village and there are a range of farm shops selling locally produced food and drink scattered nearby.
Further afield, try Cranleigh for smart shopping and gastro pubs, Billingshurst or Petworth.
Travelling North along the A24 you will find Dorking – a traditional English countryside town bursting with antique shops, surrounded by countryside and the full array of pubs that England offers – from Gastro gourmet to old style gourmand!