Set in a beautiful sought after side street, the Clock House feels like a secluded retreat, whilst at the same time being just footsteps from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Shops, bars, restaurants and cafes are right on the doorstep, so you'll have plenty of entertainment to choose from - not to mention the beautiful cobbled streets, impressive 12th Century Cathedral, Roman City Walls, internationally acclaimed gallery at Pallant House and flagship Chichester Festival Theatre.
Chichester is nestled between two areas of outstanding natural beauty, with the stunning sandy beaches at West Wittering just 7 miles to the south and the glorious countryside of the South Downs National Park 3 miles to the north. The area is a paradise for walkers and cyclists and is also an ideal base from which to enjoy events at Goodwood.
The main shopping high streets with shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes can be found in North, South, East and West Street. However, there are plenty of hidden gems to be found down the side streets too!
Chichester is located just off the A27.
Head into Chichester and turn off A286 ring road (Fire Station roundabout) into North Street.
Follow the road, which turns left after the Harbour Hotel and right at the end.
At the Park Tavern pub, take the road straight ahead (St Martin’s Square)
The Clock House is set back off the road to your right.
The Clock House, St Martin’s Mews, St Martin’s Square,
Chichester, PO19 1NT
You’ll find a taxi rank at the station to save you carrying heavy bags. Typically it’ll cost around £4-5.
If you prefer to walk, (its around 1/2 a mile) turn left from the station and up through South Street.
Turn Right at the Market Cross into East Street.
Turn Left between Clinton Cards and M&S.
Pass the shops and the square and you’ll see the house on the left.