The Garden Room is a self contained self-catered studio in the garden of a 500 year old thatched box framed Tudor cottage in Arundel.
This West Sussex self-catering accommodation sleeps 2 very comfortably, either on a mezzanine platform in the eaves, accessed via a steep ship style ladder, or on a very comfortable sofa bed below.
Underneath the mezzanine, there is a small kitchenette with gas hob, fridge and microwave.
The bathroom comprises a WC, sink and a powerful shower. There is constant hot water from the Garden Room's own boiler.
Flooring is wooden throughout with a large rug. Double, wooden patio doors open onto a south facing patio area fronted by a well established rockery, with its own table and chairs.
The Garden Room is light and airy, decorated in fresh pastel colours and is open to the eaves.
A beautifully ornate 18th century mirror from a French château dominates one wall creating more light.
As well as the patio doors, there is a stable style front door, and windows in the main living area as well as in the kitchenette and bathroom.
There are blinds on all the windows and floor length curtains on the patio doors.
Central heating is very efficient and again this is run from the boiler with thermostats on each radiator.
The building is slate roofed and timber clad very much in a New England style finished in cream paint with grey window and door frames.
Lots of flowers and shrubs abound around, making for a very charming place to stay.