Oyster's is set in a fantastic position overlooking Bosham Channel - it has one of the best views of the water in the village. Ideal for those keen on sailing, as Bosham is one of the premier sailing villages in the area, it will also appeal to people requiring a comfortable base from which to explore all the outstanding events in the area, such as the Goodwood motor sports events and horse racing at both Goodwood and Fontwell. The courtyard and terrace face the water and the house is adjacent to the famous old village pub, the Anchor Bleu. It is a great location for either winter or summer breaks.
The ground floor of Oysters has a large sitting room with a dining area with views over the water. There is also a well equipped kitchen featuring an AGA cooker, dishwasher and breakfast table. There is also a utility room which has a microwave and washing machine. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and 2 twin bedroom, each with views over the water. There are 2 bathrooms, one of which has a shower over the bath. Oysters has a terrace style garden with views directly over the water and is an ideal place to relax and watch the comings and goings along the waterfront.
Bosham is one of the most picturesque and historic villages in West Sussex, famous for being the rumoured site where King Canute unsuccessfully ordered the tide to retreat and for the Saxon Church which appears in the Bayeux tapestry. Bosham is now well known for its active sailing club, sitting on a pretty creek at the edge of the 30 miles of navigable channels of Chichester Harbour, an important wild life sanctury. To the north of the village is the station, with easy access to London Victoria via Chichester to the east and London Waterloo via Havant to the west. Links by road to the A27 to Brighton, the A3M to London via guildford and the M27 to Southampton are nearby.
Local attractions include Goodwood, with its stunning racecourse and motor racing circuit, Polo at Cowdray and the historic Cathedral city of Chichester, with wide variety of shopping and the renowned Festival Theatre.