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Just like the typical English Market Town that it is, Midhurst has many interesting independent shops. They are very popular with visitors browsing in the historic Tudor and Georgian centre of Midhurst, and its nearby streets and alleyways. They include: … Continue reading
On the face of it, there is no disability access to Two Rose Cottages, but that’s not the end of the story! Here’s the thing. There are five steps up to my front door, and the staircase to the bedrooms … Continue reading
A lovely image of medieval Midhurst, captured by local resident and artist Jeanette Sutton while enjoying a late cup of tea at Garton’s Coffee Shop in the Midhurst Town Square, only yesterday evening. It shows two of the most iconic … Continue reading
Bed and breakfast guests sometimes enjoy a quiet stroll around South Pond, Midhurst before breakfast, and I do too. Here’s how South Pond looked this morning, about 6 o’clock, over the Two Rose Cottages garden fence.
Check out the new Two Rose Cottages video, featuring the bed and breakfast, and the surrounding area of Midhurst and the South Downs National Park. Let me know what you think