Barton Manor

Chichester

Chichester

Chichester County town of West Sussex, Chichester is actually a City boasting one of the finest Cathedrals in the area. It offers a wonderful array of coffee lounges and the very best in high quality shopping. Founded in Roman times, the whole area is steeped in history, and with the famous Chichester Festival Theatre, Goodwood and its horse and motor racing events, plus of course Chichester marina and harbour and the South Downs, the area has something to offer everyone.

Chichester County town of West Sussex, Chichester is actually a City boasting one of the finest Cathedrals in the area. It offers a wonderful array of coffee lounges and the very best in high quality shopping. Founded in Roman times, the whole area is steeped in history, and with the famous Chichester Festival Theatre, Goodwood and its horse and motor racing events, plus of course Chichester marina and harbour and the South Downs, the area has something to offer everyone.

Chichester

The street plan of Chichester originates from the Saxon period and consists of four main streets; North, South, East and West, all projecting from the central Market Cross. Chichester offers not only an abundance of historical interest, but it has also become one of the most cultural Cities in West Sussex.

The nationally renowned Chichester Festival Theatre offers many fabulous matinees and evening performances of international reputation creating magical live performances in musicals, cabaret, comedy and plays. The City of Chichester has grown over time from a Roman military base to a cathedral city which is enjoyed today by a diverse population of 25,000 making it one of the smallest Cities in the country. The exact history of Chichester, although easily traced back to Roman times, can be supported by an abundance of archeological evidence dating back to early Iron Age.

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Availability

The following apartments are currently available:

  • Apartment 8 (rental)

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