Nestled at the heart of a 1,000 acre wild life sanctuary, just a short walk to seven miles of unspoilt beach, Medmerry Park truly is a tranquil, rural retreat in a stunning Sussex location. The development of the nearby Medmerry Nature Reserve will further enhance the natural habitat for an array of wildlife and ensure that this remains a delightfully unspoilt area of the South Downs
At over 80 acres, our picturesque country estate is surrounded by rolling fields beautiful harbours and charming little villages.
Medmerry Park Holiday Homes at the foot of the South Downs offer ‘away from it all’ tranquillity. There’s no better place to unwind and enjoy the wonderful attractions of this beautiful area as well as the great attractions on the park.
Relax by the heated outdoor swimming pool, one of the largest in the area. Wander down to the fabulous beach, relax or stroll for miles along the unspoilt shore. Visit your very own country pub – the Medmerry Arms. There you can enjoy a morning coffee, reading your favourite newspaper, treat yourself to a nourishing pub meal or just sit back and savour a relaxing drink or two as you enjoy the occasional entertainment on show.
As if its delightful location isn’t enough, Medmerry Park is a superb base from which to explore the highlights of Hampshire and Sussex. Victorian seaside resorts compete with, majestic National Parks, vibrant, historic towns, ancient castles, magnificent stately homes and charming unspoilt villages and harbours to make this one of the most popular areas in England for visitors and they are all easily accessible from your private holiday home.
Elegant Chichester and historic Portsmouth, steeped in maritime history, are just a short drive from Medmerry Park. Goodwood, with its world famous festivals of motoring and horse racing, is a “must visit” attraction and there’s more horseracing at nearby Fontwell Park. Wildlife centres, stately homes, gardens and castles are all around and the strategic importance of our coastline is apparent, with sites commemorating conflict from the Roman occupation to the Second World War.