Littlehampton, West Sussex
Enjoy the best that West Sussex has to offer in this newly renovated, modernly furnished tower conversion in Littlehampton.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Sleeping four guests, The Little Lookout is a stunning location for an intimate family retreat. Fully renovated and refurbished in June 2021, this property is sparkling with brand new interiors, including a bespoke handmade plywood kitchen and a bathroom furnished with Herringbone marble stone. With intricate, thoughtful details from throws to soft furnishings, The Little Lookout is a home away from home.
On the ground floor, guests can find a small entrance hall leading into the kitchen, finished with a gold Lusso Stone sink, tap, and cool stone worktops. Up the winding staircase on the first floor lies the bathroom, complete with a walk-in shower and a large bathtub with stunning sea views. On the third floor, the bedroom is complete with double doors and a nice balcony, perfect for stargazing. It is furnished with one double bed, and the upper floor boasts a double futon sofa bed for extra guests. The Little Lookout is furnished according to guests’ needs, including an in-unit washing machine, a mini-fridge, freezer, induction cooker, stainless steel oven, kettle, toaster, dining table and all cooking essentials. For rainy days, there’s even a Marshall Bluetooth Speaker Soundsystem and plenty of reading material.
Nestled in the heart of West Sussex, The Little Lookout is a mere fifteen minutes from Brighton, the South Downs, Goodwood, Chichester, and Arundel. For a local retreat, why not amble on down to Littlehampton Beach for a walk? Children can explore the rock pools, build sandcastles, or even go crabbing, and Harbour Park Amusement Park is a stone’s throw from the waterfront, adjacent to the River Arun.
Slightly further afield in Brighton lies the iconic Lanes and North Laine, where trinkets galore can be found in picturesque, bustling streets inundated with independently run shops. Two minutes from the North Laine, explorers can find the famous Royal Brighton Pavilion originally built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, inspired by the visuals of the Indian and Chinese Regency eras. The beach and pier are, of course, a must, and the Regency Restaurant and the Melrose offer up some of the finest fish dishes in Sussex.
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