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Bunn Leisure Park - Caravan Rental

Entire chalet hosted by Jayne & Keith
4 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1.5 bathrooms
Entire home
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2 bed-White Horse, Bunn Leisure.

Kingsize Master Bedroom with ensuite/Jack & Jill Bathroom,+ Addition Toilet/washroom and Twin bedroom. Beds made up for arrival - Hand & Tea Towels provided - Bath/Beach Towels not included.Toaster and Microwave, gas cooker and fridge all utensils + tea/coffee provided for arrival.
WIFI , 43in TV with freeview , DVD player and large selection of DVDs . +TV's in both bedrooms.

Pet policy - Small dogs only, max 2. Please give details when booking.

The space
White Horse is the upcoming area of the Bunn Leisure site. The new entertainment complex features an Riviera style outdoor pool, Bowling Lane Bars, restaurants and a 1000+ seat Entertainment club Featuring Excellent Entertainment. Whilst West Sands Complex is only a courtesy bus ride away. with indoor Oasis pool and Entertainment facilities.

We cannot take bookings for same-sex groups.

Entertainment passes ARE NOT included in our prices. However, entertainment passes can be purchased on arrival for an additional fee directly from Bunn Leisure Reception.

Bookings for Easter and Christmas are only available for previous guests at Bunn Leisure in accordance with their terms of letting.

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pool
Pets allowed
TV
Patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace
Children’s books and toys

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Where you’ll be

Selsey, England, United Kingdom

Eight miles south of Chichester, at the southern most point of the district you will find the historic seaside town of Selsey. Today Selsey is a popular seaside town with several beaches but probably most notable for the Selsey Bill.

Selsey’s fishing industry has always been at the heart of the town. Home to one of the few remaining fishing fleets on the south coast, which provide fish and seafood to leading London restaurants.

Selsey Crab is widely accepted as some of the best in the world. Local restaurants and pubs are all keen to promote the provenance of their local suppliers. Lots of the locals still sell directly from the wharf, check out Julie’s hut on the seafront at East Beach. A cup of cockles, a pint of prawns or a fresh crab sandwich, you’ll find it all in Selsey and you know it’s fresh from the boat.

Rich in wildlife, Selsey is a popular destination for twitchers. Pagham harbour is a lovely walk with the chance to spot some rare wading birds. If you’re lucky, you might even pot a seal! Selsey takes is name from the Saxon ‘Seals-way’ which translates to ‘Isle of Sea Claves’ (sea claves are of course better known as seals).

After a walk it’s time for some food and drink. Selsey has some traditional local pubs that offer local beers and a friendly welcome. With a busy fishing heritage, Selsey once had multiple pubs! Today there a fewer but they are still well attended. The Seal is a notable favourite of my family. There are also some new businesses on the scene too, such as The Crab Pot which has received some glowing reviews.

On the very edge of what is know as the manhood peninsular, Selsey was once inaccessible as high tide at the inlet of Pagham harbour and a boat was stationed to ferry people and horses across. With lots of inlets that filled with water at high tide, Selsey was very popular with smugglers including the infamous Hawkhurst Gang, some of which were hung in chains on Selsey Bill. At high water, a raft could quite easily slip onto land without raising suspicion. At Church Norton, on the west of the harbour you can see the remains of a church which was once reputedly linked to the old rectory.

Selsey has lots much of its costal land to the sea in recent years. The Bill (the sea spit) used to extend much further out into the harbour. It’s an ongoing battle that local residents and councils fight to protect the coastline and nature reserves from being taken by the sea.

Hosted by Jayne & Keith

Joined in October 2017
  • 14 Reviews
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During your stay
Both Myself and my husband are contactable by phone during your stay. If you have any issues, we are just over an hour away and will be able to assist you by phone or in person if needed.
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with building staff
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to ₹8573
Cancellation policy