Book a cottage break in Bosham, West Sussex, England

4 properties

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Price from £1296
Next available 31/03 to 15/04/23
sleeps 1  - 4 guests 1 - 4
1 bedrooms 1
1 bathrooms 1
dog-friendly cottage   ,  1 dog(s) welcome  1

1 bedroom Wooden Holiday Cabin

Planning a romantic rural retreat break in Sussex? If so a stay at this couple's cottage with its one bedroom and access to an outdoor swimming pool in the summer months could be the perfect place to take the one you love, escape to rural West Sussex where you can explore the South Downs National Park hand in hand and relax in a beautiful part of England (if required this cottage can accommodate up to 2 adults plus 2 young children aged 8 or younger)

Facilities & Features: TVFree WifiSaunaOwn swimming pool ()
4 star

Online Booking Available
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Price from £988
Next available 21/03 to 25/03/23
sleeps 1  - 2 guests 1 - 2
1 bedrooms 1
1 bathrooms 1
no dogs allowed

1 bedroom Romantic Retreat

Idyllic romantic retreat, perfect for two looking for a hideaway on the Isle of Wight, close to Ryde and benefitting from access to the owner’s outdoor heated swimming pool (available seasonally in certain summer months only)

Facilities & Features: TVFree WifiOwn swimming pool ()
5 star

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This owner/agency is showing availability but has not provided full pricing information.
Price from £525
Next available 29/04 to 13/05/23
5 (1 customer reviews)
sleeps 2  - 5 guests 2 - 5
2 bedrooms 2
2 bathrooms 2
dog-friendly cottage   ,  2 dog(s) welcome  2

2 bedroom Thatched Cottage

Very lovely 2 bedroom thatched country cottage with private garden close to the heart of the Isle of Wight with the coast within easy reach for days out

Facilities & Features: TVFree Wifi
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Sorry, this owner/agency has not provided availability and full price information.
Price from £5000
sleeps 1  - 28 guests 1 - 28
14 bedrooms 14
7 bathrooms 7
dog-friendly cottage

14 bedroom Large Country House

Beautiful Edwardian Country House with fine period features, beautiful gardens, outdoor heated swimming pool, two tennis courts, two croquet lawns and a squash court, all in all a very special holiday home

Facilities & Features: TVGames roomHeated poolTennis court
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Bosham is well worth a visit for a really ‘old fashioned’ day out. Bosham (pronounced Bozz'm) is one of the most charming places in Sussex, and has been described as "Outstandingly pretty ...a gem of a place."

About Bosham for Cottage Holidays

Bosham stands on a little peninsula between two tidal creeks at the eastern end of Chichester's inland harbour. There is no beach or sand, but when the tide is out children can play on the shingle, and look for little creatures among the stones.

The town has played an important part in the history of this country over the centuries. Inhabited by the Romans, Bosham was the sixth most important town in Sussex in the 8th Century. It is the place from which King Harold II set out on his ill-fated expedition to Normandy. The 10th Century church, built on Roman foundations, is depicted in the Bayeaux tapestry, and is very beautiful, both inside and out. The crypt particularly captured our children’s imagination!

The Craft Centre has 17 small shops of individual crafts on two floors. The ground floor is similar to an old style shopping street with flag stone floors, there are olde world wooden beams and the shops are finished in keeping with the surroundings. On this floor also, are glass cabinets with many more interesting crafts displayed. There are more shops on the first floor and a light and airy gallery with a variety of paintings by local artists. Many of the shops are working studios where the artists and crafts people are happy to discuss what they are making. The whole Walk is under one roof in a building which was originally, many years ago, a boathouse.

Attractions near Bosham: Fishbourne Roman Palace - 21 miles: 30 minute drive

Fishbourne Roman Palace is internationally known, the largest Roman building on public display north of the Alps. It is very early in the Roman occupation of Britain and is often associated with Togidubnus – the local king who was an ally of Rome. Fishbourne was discovered in the early 1960's and excavated in considerable detail. Many mosaic floors, under-floor heating systems and bath suites from the north wing can be found undercover. Outside, the formal garden has been replanted following the original Roman plan. Also available is the ‘Palace Café’. Fascinating for both children and adults. Opening times vary, please check.

Book a Bosham cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of West Sussex on holiday.