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Bailiffscourt – Climping, West Sussex

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Bailiffscourt

Bailiffscourt – Climping, West Sussex

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A stroll across parkland from secluded Climping Beach, Bailiffscourt is a gorgeous medieval-style house created by Walter Guinness, later Lord Moyne, and his wife Evelyn. It’s now a hotel with 39 bedrooms ranging from medieval  to contemporary in style, spread throughout a series of charming houses and cottages  in the parkland. The newest, in the Moat House and The Oaks, stand beside the old moat, overlooking the fields beyond. The more traditional – some with four-posters – and the series of interconnecting sitting rooms, stuffed with tapestries, oak chests and Knole sofas, all feel charmingly authentic. Lawns are dotted with more medieval-style outbuildings, flowers, shrubs and peacocks, and there’s an airy spa, with indoor and outdoor pools. The charming courtyard and rose garden is the ideal spot for sipping wine, produced by a local Sussex vineyard, or for afternoon tea in the sunshine. The name Bailiffscourt recalls the monk who was sent over by the Abbess of Séez in Normandy to act as bailiff and watch over  the 13th-century chapel, which still stands  in the grounds today.

Doubles from £265

+44 (0)1903 723511; hshotels.co.uk

 

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