Cobnor House

Chidham, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 8TE

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Contact manager: Mrs Judy Cooper.

Boat park/slipway (charge).

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: fair
  • Working farm

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1 acres

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Postcode:
PO18 8TE
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GPS:
Lat 50.818055 / Lon -0.875297
OS field ref:
SU791024
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Chichester
  • Nearest port: Portsmouth (15 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Nutbourne
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Choose timings carefully

We spent five nights on this site with our caravan in June 2018. On the plus side Mike and Judy were friendly. There is easy access to all the wonderful places nearby and the walk down to the harbour and up to Chidham is an absolute delight. Great for dogs. On the negative side we did ask whether there were any rallies on the adjoining field but were not given a definitive answer. On the 2nd day of our stay about 25 units - caravans, motorhomes and tents set up on the adjoining field. All had young children. It was an organised event and activities started at 7.30 am and finished at 11.30pm. Lots of noise. This continued for the whole weekend and they all left on the Monday. So, when booking, our advice is to check what is happening in the next fields.

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We visited Mrs Beale's lovely site in February and had discussed where to pitch our motorhome with Mike prior to arriving. The field was (understandably) waterlogged due to the usual winter weather! parking on the hard entryway to the field was certainly the best way forward and enabled us to spend an idyllic week in this little bit of heaven. The field is tucked away in a corner of the estate, yet with easy access to the fabulous coastal path, and within striking distance of some lovely scenery and great pubs for evening meals and lunches. Try the (walkable to) Old House at Home, or the nearby (drivable to) Anchor Bleu in Bosham, Crown and Anchor at Dell Quay or the Crab and Lobster at Sidlesham and you will not be disappointed. Wildlife abounds, and this is an area of outstanding natural beauty. In February it was very quiet but could get a little 'livelier' in the summer when the nearby Chichester Harbour activity centre, moorings and marinas fill up. We will certainly try to return for more peace and quiet. Thank you Diana, Mike and Judy.

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Lovely spot and charming people

Having never been to the site before and due to the time of year there wasn't a soul around, so I had to follow my nose to find the field but as I looked on google maps before leaving, I knew roughly where to go. I was a bit worried at first as its a totally private country estate, but it soon made sense. The site field is a good size and fairly level. The 'wet' pit for the loo empty takes a bit of hunting out but it is well signed when you get to it. We parked up ok but after 2 days of rain, I was wheel spinning to drive out, so I asked Mike to kindly pull me out with his tractor which he did more than willingly, which stopped me tearing up the field trying to drive out myself, which I may have been able to do, but maybe not. I have already re booked and will be taking my boat next year when the weather warms up, great slipway on site which is for the sole use of estate guests and selected others. All in all a lovely place and run by lovely people and has all you need in the way of facilities.
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Hits the spot!

This is the perfect place to test both our new Motorhome and ourselves, being newbies. Judy was most helpful when booking and is so friendly and personable. As the others say there is only water and disposal here, but all the better to test the self sufficiency. However, the location is the key here. A lovely sunny days helps, but the walks and views are superb. We will definitely be back as it's only a couple of hours from home.
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We stayed for three nights and travelled from here to Goodwood Festival of Speed and Chichester. It was a great location. Plenty of space. We like sites without electricity as this gives the freedom when pitching. Lovely walks along the estuary. Very peaceful.
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