Guillards Oak is situated 5 mins walk from the centre of the town in a quiet residential area.
||£80 for 2 people in a double ensuite room
||£75 for the twin room
||£50 for a single person in a double room
The price includes a full English breakfast if required or choices to your taste.
The conservatory where breakfast is served provides a most pleasant environment to start your day.
Each room has tea and coffee making facilities.
Access to Iron and hairdryer.
Free Wi Fi in all rooms.
Digital Free view TV sets in all rooms.
The accommodation comprises two double en suite rooms well appointed and comfortable
One ensuite is at ground floor level.
There is also available a twin room with a private bathroom adjacent to the room.
Open all year apart from Christmas and New Year
Our Access Statement
The accommodation is the home of Jenny and Colin who will ensure that your stay is comfortable and welcoming.
Also resident is Sascha a Saluki dog and Beryl a Burmese Blue cat.
- Parking is available immediately outside of the house.
- Safe place for cycles.
- Walkers can be collected from South Downs at Cocking.
- Directions will be given on booking.
For enquiries and further information you can
Phone: 01730 812550
Or Email: email@example.com
Or write to:
20 Guillards Oak,
Comments from previous guests.
- "Thank you so much for your hospitality and warm welcome - superb."
- "Lovely peaceful night."
- "Bird song was a bonus at breakfast."
- "Very welcoming. Recommend to all of our friends."
- "What a perfect place to stay - thank you."
Please note that this is a no smoking house.
Midhurst is a particularly lovely old town set amidst the woods of West Sussex .In fact Midhurst means in the middle of the woods. English Heritage described Midhurst as a hidden jewel. St Annes Hill has the remains of the Norman Castle around which the original Town grew. Many Tudor buildings surround the old market square which give the town a particular charm.
The Cowdray Ruins recently opened to the public following a conservation project largely funded by Heritage lottery. Reckoned to be one the best examples of a Tudor House in its time. Visited by Henry V111 and Elizabeth 1st sadly damaged by fire at the end of the 18th century. Many of its main features luckily survived and have now been conserved for the future and open to the public for a most interesting visit.
Midhurst is home to Polo on the Cowdray Estate, close to Petworth House and Goodwood House with its racecourse. It is surrounded by lovely countryside and small country villages in the middle of the new South Downs National Park.
Midhurst is close to the seaside towns of Brighton, Bognor Regis, Portsmouth with its many attractions and the beaches of Wittering, Hayling Island and Littlehampton. Only one hour from London by train for a special day out during your stay.
Midhurst in many respects provides and ideal base for a varied and interesting holiday or short break. Jenny and Colin are quite happy to facilitate your stay with help and advice to plan your stay in our town and make it memorable experience.