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Little Saltspring bijou seaside home near Arundel

Entire guest suite hosted by Carole
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
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A bijou residence at East Preston only a 10 minute brisk walk from the seafront, pubs, restaurants and other shops, suitable for one or two leisure or business guests.

Built in 2017, Little Saltspring is a self-contained ground floor open plan home with lounge/dining area, galley kitchen, bedroom with king size double bed , shower room with shower, wc and wash-hand basin.

There is a private sheltered south-facing patio type garden with table and chairs, and free car parking on the premises.

The space
The kitchen includes a sink, fridge/freezer, hob, oven, microwave, washer/dryer, toaster, cafetiere and lots of utensils.

Netflix is available.

Tea, coffee, milk portions, sugar and cooking oil supplied.

Not suitable for pets.

Places for sleeping

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

What this place offers

Free driveway parking on premises – 1 space
TV with Netflix
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit
Patio or balcony
Luggage drop-off allowed
Hair dryer


Well-lit path to entrance

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4.97 out of 5 stars from 180 reviews


Where you’ll be

East Preston, England, United Kingdom

The unspoilt beach and greensward by the seafront are just a 10/15 minute brisk walk away from Little Saltspring. The local shops including a One Stop convenience store and a chemist are within about 5 minutes, and the village has two public houses, a bar, Indian, Chinese and Italian restaurants, three cafes and tennis and bowls clubs.

Little Saltspring is located in a quiet residential cul de sac.

The city of Brighton is a "must see" visit for many guests. It is within easy reach by train, bus or car.

Getting around Brighton is simple as it is a compact city and easy to explore on foot or public transport. Make time to visit the city villages too including Hove; famous for its colourful beach huts & Regency architecture, and Rottingdean, a picturesque, traditional English village.

Discover Brighton attractions such as the Brighton Pier, the Royal Pavilion and the innovative British Airways i360. The city is also home to a cornucopia of cultural delights as well as big name shops and hundreds of independent boutiques.

There are many award-winning restaurants in Brighton & Hove catering for all tastes from classic fish 'n' chips to creative vegetarian restaurants and even a zero waste restaurant.

Another famous town to visit is Arundel, about 15 minutes away by car. This historic West Sussex market town is most well-known for its 11th Century Arundel Castle and stunning Victorian gothic cathedral, but great days out in Arundel don’t have to stop at a visit to these historic attractions.

Explore more of the area's rich history and heritage at Arundel Museum, St Nicholas Church and nearby Amberley Museum and discover Arundel from a different perspective at Arundel Jailhouse and Ghost Experience!

There's a great choice of guided walks with different options hosted by qualified Blue Badge Guides, Arundel Museum or Arundel Walking Tours - this is a great way to really understand the history of the whole town.

Foodies are spoilt for choice in Arundel, with cafes, bars, restaurants and some great traditional English pubs too - just a small remnant of the 30 or so that used to serve the population in this once busy riverside port. Art and antique lovers will be happy at one of Arundel’s superb galleries and the treasure troves of antiques and collectables, If shopping is your 'bag' then the wide range of contemporary and traditional independent shops is impressive for such a small town and is sure to include something perfect just for you.

For water and nature lovers, the rowing boats at Swanbourne Lake, boat trips on the River Arun and the Boat Safaris at Arundel Wetland Centre, are a great way to relax, admire the wildlife and while away a few hours in glorious surroundings.

There are other ways to get active and explore the local countryside. Discover how to walk, cycle and ride in the area, especially as Arundel is one of the gateways to the South Downs National Park. For golfers, there's the nearby Hilton Avisford Park Golf Course a putting green and tennis courts at Mill Road Leisure and Café and swimmers can enjoy a few laps in Arundel’s popular outdoor Lido. And, for those who enjoy a flutter on the races, Fontwell Park Racecourse is nearby.

Arundel's what's on calendar is also full of fantastic arts, theatre, music and cultural events including the world famous Arundel Festival and Arundel by Candlelight, and there are even more town events to be found at the town's own Events Diary.

A visit to nearby Littlehampton on the River Arun is also somewhere guests will find interesting. It is 10 minutes away by car or you can take the 700 bus. Home to superb sandy award-winning beaches, a bustling marina and harbour and stunning contemporary architecture, Littlehampton, Sussex on England's sunny south coast is both the perfect place to enjoy a fun family holiday and take time out to relax.

The attractions of this seaside town include the famously unusual East Beach Café (named one of The Times' 20 best places to eat by the beach in 2013), Harbour Park and the unique seafront Long Bench, and it's engraved messages. Why not book a message for yourself or a loved one?

The Littlehampton Ferry will transport you between East and West Beaches during the summer months to the West Beach Local Nature Reserve – a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

You can enjoy sailing, diving and fishing on the River Arun or simply take in the views from a waterside restaurant or café.

Many of Littlehampton’s annual events take place on the seafront or around the harbour including the summer Carnival and spectacular Bonfire and Fireworks event in October. In fact, there are so many things to do, you’ll definitely want to stay for longer!

Take a look at the Accessible Sussex by the Sea page if accessibility information and guidance is required.

Whilst Covid 19 restrictions laid down by the UK government remain in place many of the features described above unfortunately cannot be enjoyed. However. most of the restaurants are providing take-away meals.

If there are features listed above which are a "must" for guests then they are advised to make specific enquiries of the venue before booking Little Saltspring.

Hosted by Carole

Joined in August 2017
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Originally from London I moved with my husband and our four children to Sussex in 1978 for a more tranquil life by the seaside. I like travel, reading, quizzing, crosswords, eating out, animals, sport, entertaining and meeting people.
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House rules
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
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