Aqua View sits on the seafront with breathtaking, panoramic views sweeping from Selsey Bill to the far end of the Solent and across to the Isle of Wight.
Situated on the ground floor and accessed by a short flight of steps to the apartment. The open-plan living accommodation makes Aqua View a superb holiday retreat for guests wishing to explore the area. With full width windows looking over the beach this is the perfect place to watch both the sunrise and sunset in a tranquil setting. There are two bedrooms, a twin and a double which share a family bathroom. The lounge has ample seating, Sony Smart TV with Google Chromecast and Bose Home Speaker (with assistant)
There is also a boat ramp leading to the beach for boat launching and of course it is a great location for all types of water sports.
Parking is unallocated through remote controlled gates
Sleeps 4. Seafront prime location. No smoking. No pets. WiFi.
Open plan Living/Dining Room with full width views across the solent, leading off to the conservatory and kitchen
Lounge: Sony Smart TV with Google Chromecast and Bose Home Speaker (with assistant)
Kitchen: Electric oven with hob and extractor fan. Microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. Toaster, kettle and Nespresso machine
Bedroom 1: Standard Double Bed. Large double wardrobe with mirror fronted sliding doors. Bedside lights have USB charging points
Bedroom 2: Two 3’ Single Beds. Double wardrobe with mirror fronted sliding doors.
Bathroom with shower over bath. Wash basin and wc.
Duvets and pillows to all beds.
Gas central heating.
Linen is included and comprises bed linen made up on the beds, bath sheets and hand towels. Beach towels are not provided.
Bracklesham Bay is situated on the coast 6 miles south of the Cathedral City of Chichester. Chichester has a main line railway station which provides a regular service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 45 minutes and to Gatwick in about 1 hour 5 minutes. An alternative, slightly faster rail service to London is also available via Havant in about 1 hour 20 minutes to London Waterloo. Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton are all easily reached along the coast. The area is well served from Chichester with the A27 (M27) coastal route and A3 to London.
About the neighbourhood The Cathedral city of Chichester is one of the most well-preserved Georgian cities in the UK , with its centre sitting within the famous old Roman walls. The four main pedestrianised streets, North, South, East and West converge on the central Market Cross and offer a comprehensive range of shops, bars and restaurants. The arts are well catered for as Chichester is home to the world renowned Festival Theatre and smaller Minerva Theatre and also the Pallant House Art Gallery which is now enjoying a well deserved international reputation for its contemporary art. Annually the city plays host to a number of celebrated music and arts festivals centred around the Cathedral.
The waters of the Solent and Chichester Harbour are particularly popular with sailors. The harbour is made up of a series of tidal creeks and is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty with wonderful walks while Chichester Marina, Birdham Pool and Itchenor Sailing Club provide the nearest sailing facilities. The 'National Trust' reserve (1.5 miles) at East Head has perhaps the most picturesque 'blue flag' beach in West Sussex and the award winning coastline of the Witterings and Bracklesham Bay in general provides many opportunities for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, SUP boarding and kitesurfing.
Other recreational activities are well catered for, there is a multiplex cinema in Chichester and several Golf courses are in close proximity. Apart from its' internationally reknowned racecourse which offers the 'Glorious Goodwood' meeting in the summer, Goodwood also provides many other facilities including golf, country club and airfield and plays host to the world famous annual 'Festival of Speed' and the 'Revival' motor meeting in September at the historic motor racing circuit.
There are exceptional walking, horse riding and mountain biking opportunities to be enjoyed in the South Downs countryside which now enjoys the status of a national park.
Local shops are within 0.5 mile while the excellent shops and facilities in East Wittering which include a health centre, chemists and supermarkets are only 1.5 miles away or a 20 minute walk along the beach.