Chichester is located near to the South Coast of England in Sussex just a few miles from the coast and just south of the South Downs National Park. With historical buildings and leafy tree lined streets, Chichester is an attractive historical city in which to enjoy a self-catering break.
Chichester can offer you the best of three different worlds with all the attractions and facilities of a city and yet with the coast and countryside within easy reach nearby.
The city of Chichester is a great place to spend time with its rich sense of history and impressive Cathedral which is around 900 years old. Visit the Novium Museum for more information on the city’s history along with interactive displays and award winning programmes. Or if culture is more your thing then this city has plenty to offer. Find out what is on at the Chichester Festival Theatre or visit the Pallant House Gallery and feast your eyes on some inspirational art work. There are also plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars on offer. Being close to the water, you can also catch a boat trip whilst in Chichester. Head for Chichester Harbour or to the Southgate basin. There are a variety of different boat trips on offer so it’s advisable to do your research before booking to find one that best suits you.
Country cottages and self catering accommodation in and near Chichester is shown below.
About Self-Catering Holidays in Chichester
If you want to discover coast as well as city life on a self-catering break in Chichester then you may want to visit one of the seaside towns or villages near to the city. For even more city life, Portsmouth is easily accessible nearby at just 18 miles away. Also nearby are the ever popular seaside resorts of Bognor Regis which is 7 miles away and Brighton which is 31 miles away, both of these towns are top holiday destinations along the Sussex coast.
It can also be great to spend time in the beautiful English countryside during a cottage holiday in Chichester. The South Downs National Park is within easy reach of the city and the edge of the park is around 2 or 3 miles north of the city. If you enjoy walking, cycling or wildlife watching then the South Downs should have plenty to offer you.
Whether you are holidaying with your partner, family or friends, Chichester has plenty to recommend it for self-catering breaks away.
Book a Chichester cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of West Sussex on holiday.