The Artisan Bakehouse

West Sussex

A foodie’s dream retreat in a magical Sussex setting.

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at The Artisan Bakehouse

From £700/week
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Stay in a beautifully restored 16th century cottage with Sussex countryside views from every window and partake in freshly baked goods made on your doorstep by artisan, award-winning bakers.

  • Units

    2

  • Sleeps

    8

  • Bedrooms

    2-4

  • Pets

    No

  • Mobility

    No

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About this place

Best bits

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Baby listening Baby listening
  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Babysitting Babysitting
  • Bar Bar
  • Restaurant Restaurant
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment

Rooms

Eating at The Artisan Bakehouse

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Eating at The Artisan Bakehouse

Activities

Eating at The Artisan Bakehouse

Accessibility

The holiday cottages have limited wheelchair accessibility and assistance would be needed to move around within the cottages due to stairs and 16th century construction.

Externally there are gravel pathways and a disabled parking area, plus outside toilet facilities. The Bakehouse is accessible at ground floor level.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Shoreham by Sea is the closest train station at just 10 minutes drive

By road

The Artisan Bakehouse is on the B2135 Horsham Road, just outside the village of Steyning, West Sussex.

By air

Gatwick Airport is under a 30 minute drive away.

About the owners

Les & Louise

We fell in love with this beautiful idyllic location in Sussex and didn't want to leave - our visitors often say this now too!

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • A walk to the beautiful bluebell wood nearby In late April, early May will not disappoint.

  • Watch the sunset over the coast from the South Downs.

  • Stroll around historic Steyning and visit the free museum, run in the park and enjoy cream tea in a choice of family friendly tea rooms.

  • Have your fish and chips on the beach, walk along the promenade to Brighton and take in all that the city has to offer.

  • The pretty village of Alfriston village is a pretty place to start a hike to the South Downs or scenic walk along the Cuckmere river.

  • If you’re a National Trust member, free days out at Wakehurst or Petworth are both reachable in under 45 minutes.