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Found hugging a bend in the river Rother, Midhurst is a traditional market town in West Sussex. Within easy reach of Chichester harbour yet set firmly within the South Downs National Park, Midhurst is an ideal holiday destination for couples and families looking for a luxury self-catering break, exploring the very best of coast and country.

Holidays in Midhurst, West Sussex The historic market town of Midhurst lies in West Sussex, surrounded by the patchwork landscape of the iconic South Downs National Park. Encircled in nature, this ambrosial destination promises a wonderful destination to enjoy a traditionally English retreat. Recently voted as one of the best places to live by the Sunday Times, it is easy to see why Midhurst is a favourite among families and couples looking for a peaceful retreat. Cowdray Ruins tower over Midhurst’s water meadows, this spectacular historical landmark and its surrounding grounds are the jewel in this West Sussex town’s crown.

Midhurst Luxury Holidays, West Sussex Midhurst makes for the perfect base for exploring the South Downs National Park. Open chalk grassland, blankets of rolling fields and secluded woodland creates a thriving environment for local wildlife. Be sure to pack the binoculars on a visit to Woolbeding, Iping and Stedham Commons to see rare birds such as the nightjar and woodlark. Walk or cycle the Serpent Trail which snakes through Haslemere and Petworth before heading to nearby Cowdray Park Polo club to watch one of the 400 matches hosted here each year. Whatever the occasion, Midhurst promises a fantastic base to explore the very best of West Sussex.

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