Guestbook

Here are some of the comments from our visitors, have a look through or add your own at the bottom of the page…

Stayed at Living Elements? Looked through the website? Leave us some feedback please.

For example – Did you enjoy your stay? What was particularly special about the house / facilities? Where did you go that you would recommend – restaurant, venue..? What was the best quote of the week? or

How could we improve the website? What would you like to know before booking your holiday, and it hasn’t already been answered?

Did you get out and about locally and visit somewhere you would recommend? eg pub, restaurant, local tourist hotspot?? Did you find the house handbook useful?

How could we improve our service for you to make the most out of your holiday?

Also, if you took some photos, we would love to see them – email them to Gayle directly. It’s great to share… email address to your right on this page.

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We have had house guests from as far away as Australia, (several groups!), people on a health retreat, a big family of Orthodox Jews from London, an extended family from Buckinghamshire and the North, two families meeting up one from the USA and the other from Yorkshire! plus various people having rooms for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Revival Weekend etc….

so tell us – Where do YOU come from? What sort of holiday are you looking for?

42 Guest Submitted Entries

Glen Leclair wrote:
31st January 2017 at 12:31pm

Thanks really useful. Will certainly share website with my pals.

Marleen wrote:
23rd October 2016 at 7:19pm

Dear Gayle,
What a lovely stay we have had again! Here in the beautiful countryside – love the gardens, trampoline for the kids etc. We went to Amberley Heritage Museum which was really worth a visit, especially for the kids (ours are 4 and 8 years).
Thank you for your always warm welcome, hospitality, tips for what to do around the area and see you hopefully soon again. (This is our 4th stay!)
love from Marleen, Gavin, Aimee and Quinn.

Hayley Barber wrote:
19th April 2015 at 8:23pm

Thank you for a lovely stay, I had an extra special hen weekend.
The ladies and I went clay pigeon shooting on the Saturday, and then relaxed in the hot tub, chatted and just enjoyed the weekend away!
Gayle – your local tips of places to visit eg takeaways was really helpful.
I want to come back with my soon-to-be-husband now! SOON!
Thanks, Hayley

Pat and Gerry wrote:
9th March 2015 at 11:43am

Pat and Gerry May, Itchenor.
Thank you for coming to our rescue at very short notice after a flood! We are enjoying the birds and it’s a lovely place to stay – no traffic!!
P.S. lovely new, comfortable beds at Nature’s Elements!
Thank you once again. P & G.

Dave wrote:
9th March 2015 at 11:40am

February 2015
We enjoyed a lovely day at West Wittering Beach in glorious sunshine, followed by a great lunch at The Boulevard (East Wittering, Shore Road). We also enjoyed Littlehampton, a lovely meal at The Lamb Inn (W Wittering) and a round of crazy golf nearby. Thank you for a lovely stay.
Dave, Maddie, Roo, Flo and TY (the dog) xxx

Flo and Jake wrote:
9th March 2015 at 11:35am

Flo and Jake - their Vaentines Day experience!
Valentine’s Weekend 2015.
Jake and I couldn’t think of a better way to spend a romantic weekend away than this beautiful flat! We were very fortunate to use the hot tub and enjoy our bottle of Champers in style! Thank you Gayle – we WILL be back!
Flo.

Pete and Mandy English wrote:
10th August 2014 at 11:04am

Gayle – Thank you!
You went out of your way to welcome us!
Thank you for replacing the toaster so quickly! For the dog treats and all you did for us.
Loved the hot tub, loved the sauna. Watching the stars from the hot tub was a great experience.
Weather amazing which made a big difference.
Recommended places – Crab & Lobster (special meals as v expensive); W Witterng Beach; Billies on the Beach cafe at Bracklesham; Chi. Marina; Anchor Bleu at Bosham; hiring bikes and meandering up the lane; Church Norton.

Pete Mandy and Verity English (Solihull)
Graeme and Fiona English (Cambridge)
Paul, Louise and Elsie Mellowes (Redditch)

C Dane wrote:
16th February 2014 at 5:19pm

Wet start to the stay but plenty of warmth on arrival!! Lots of useful advice both at the location and first hand.
Accommodation very well equipped for all ages.
Chichester lovely.
Bosham well worth a visit!

Thanks,
Faye, Clare, Lee, Tobin, Erin and the dogs Oggy and Gumbo.

J Brown wrote:
16th February 2014 at 5:17pm

Lovely warm welcome to this pretty part of the countryside.
We visited Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre (BN18 9LT) – plenty to see and do on a Sunday. Working steam engines and railway.
Denman’s Garden, Fontwell. Small but well stocked garden and nursery. We can recommend the lamb shanks for lunch in the Conservatory!
Tangmere Aviation Museum – a good collection of aircraft and history of the airfield.
A great day at Fishbourne Roman Palace – well worth a visit if you enjoy history.
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum – great visit but a bit steep in places if you are pushing a wheelchair!
We had a lovely holiday and the disabled toilet at Nature’s Elements was a bonus for Ron.
Thanks Joan, Ron and Stephen Brown
Northampton. Sept 2013

The French Connection! wrote:
11th October 2013 at 3:36pm

Bentley & Bugatti guests, Goodwood Revival 2013.Thank you Gayle for saving us from wandering around the Sussex roads, in the dark and rain in our Classic Cars when we came to the Revival 2013!
The local pub, The Anchor, did excellent food and the house was warm and comfortable so we could dry out! You even had a cover for the Bugatti! Merci!
Maybe we shall see you next year?
The French Connection with the Bugatti and Bentley.

Lynn Sheppard wrote:
16th September 2013 at 10:23am

Sheppard Family, Late August 2013We had a very enjoyable week here at Nature’s Elements, it was clean and comfortable. It’s been a busy week! – visiting Bognor – a traditional seaside town, then Brighton – very lively but expensive to park. A good shop in Chichester plus a car boot sale. 2 days in Portsmouth – so much to see! Enjoyable beach walks, children have swum in the sea.
So many nice pubs and places to eat, incl Pizza and Pasta Pub.
Hope to come back soon.
Thanks Gayle Lynn, Les, Grace, George and the dogs.
Sutton Coldfield, W Midlands.

Mike Gregory wrote:
16th September 2013 at 7:28am

Mike & Simon Gregory, Revival 2013Mike and Simon Gregory stayed for Revival 2013 with their big Mercedes.
“The friendly and extremely cheery welcome was very very much appreciated after a long journey from Derbyshire for the #GoodwoodRevival 2013. The peace & tranquility of Chichester Self Catering at Living Elements & Nature’s Elements after three days of extreme noise & excitement was much appreciated.
Clean & delightfully presented accommodation without too many house rules was good.
Well done Gayle, every success in your activities. I am sure we shall see you again. Thank you

Cathy Mattison wrote:
10th August 2013 at 7:49am

Thank you very much, Gayle. We’ve had a great couple of weeks here in this lovely house and have enjoyed lots of the nearby beaches and attractions.
We recommend:
West Wittering Berach; Isle of Wight day trip; Portsmouth Harbour; Hayling Island; Kayaking on Chihester Canal.
The house is very comfortable and clean. We were particularly impressed at Gayle’s dedication to getting the hot tub working again quickly when it temporarily broke down.
Thank you Gayle.
The Mattisons and Campbell the spaniel.
The Mattisons Aug 2013

Patrick Robays wrote:
22nd July 2013 at 3:13pm

Our stay: 11th-14th of July, 2013
We (4 Belgian guys) chose Nature’s Elements as our starting ground to explore the Festival of Speed edition 2013… and we weren’t disappointed!
The accomodation is close to Goodwood (about 8 miles) and offers spacious rooms and bathroom and a cosy living room/kitchen that is fully equipped. It is situated in a green area – and what a garden!!!
What a pleasure to enjoy the hot tub after a day full of emotions at the Festival! Very relaxing!
Chichester has some nice restaurants to offer, so you’re never far away from a good meal or drink. For those who want to enjoy nightlife a little more intense we can highly recommend a night out in Portsmouth (about 30 miles from Chichester).
So, dear Gayle, next time we intend to visit the Festival or Revival at Goodwood, you will probably hear from us again 😉
Kind regards, Patrick & friends

Ying Way wrote:
11th July 2013 at 6:13am

24th June to 11th July 2013. Nature’s Elements
Nice place to spend holidays, even greater place if you come here to use the place as a work base /a accommodation. Every morning you were woken up by the sound of birds. Fresh up with some beverage and start the day in the quiet and peaceful village cottage.
Shame that we didn’t spend too much time exploring the area nearby, but our stay in this place makes up for it, for us on some level.
The lounge is beautiful, especially with beer in the hand, this is literally the place when you go out side – it is nature. When you come inside it is a well equipped working area.
Our stay here is somehow very special for us as we never experience any work experience similar to this.
We definately would like to visit again in the future – who wouldn’t want to set up a work base in a place like this?
Thank you Gayle. Ying.

Malam & Down's family wrote:
7th June 2013 at 12:47pm

24th-31st May 2013 Half term week

Big thank you to Gayle for a lovely week. We all had great fun throughout the week.
The sauna and hot tub were a hit. The children loved exploring the garden and having fun in the fresh air.
The house is a wonderful size and very well equipped.
We enjoyed visiting the local Bird Hospital and the nature reserve.
The kids had great fun on the beach even though it rained!
Paul really enjoyed his morning sailing. The rest of us enjoyed a nice drink and an ice-cream outside the pub!
Many thanks the Malam’s and the Downs families.

The girls wrote: “I like the sea because you can beree (bury) ach uver (each other) and it is relle reele reele fun because thaie is lot sand lots and lots of pebbles.” and.. “Thank you for the luvlle big wide house you have given us because I like the bunk bed because they are very very very cunfe (comfy) and I like the bird boxes in the garden and I like the hot tub because they have blobboos (bubbles!!), a light and shootish (shooting jets). xx”
“Thank you for letting me do the gardening with you. I really did love it so much. I reallty did like the bat house when I was in the hot tub, and I spotted the bee (bug) hive when we were all having dinner in the garden.”

Debbie Epstein wrote:
1st March 2013 at 8:13am

What a wonderful retreat! I didn’t want to go home!
Milo (the spitz/husky cross) and I had a lovely stay. which was all the better for Gayle’s friendly and helpful manner.
Thank you for having us.

We found Church Norton beach was empty, peaceful and full of interesting smells for dogs. Nice local, dog-friendly pubs. House was perfect for working in and having a meeting too! Bed VERY comfy – I kept sleeping like a log!

I had wanted a short mid-week break with the dog and found it hard to find anywhere! But – this was a gem!! Lovely enclosed garden, good off-road parking, great house handbook – very comprehensive and a lovely range of teas waiting for me.

Thanks, Debbie, and a big lick from Milo. x

Archeology SE Team wrote:
1st February 2013 at 8:16am

A clean and comfortable home-from-home.
Roddy

Una bonita estancia en una acogedora casita del campo britannico disfrute mucho mi timpo aqui!
Antonio

Visitors for months often with lots of rain and flooding which stopped work! But the house was dry and cosy…

Richard Benn & friends wrote:
24th January 2013 at 8:21am

This is a lovely house, especially in the snow!
The best bit was definately sitting out in the hot tub surrounded by the snow at night!
We liked Chichester Cathedral as well.
Gayle made up a 9th bed too, as we were a wedding party, so although we had lots of to-ing and fro-ing over the long weekend we were well settled in!
Thanks.
Rich, Bryan, Kayleigh, Charlotte, Chris, Ruth, Alastair, Lauren, Luke.

Karen Jerome wrote:
19th November 2012 at 10:02pm

Karen’s’ Hen Party Weekend 2nd-4th Nov 2012.
7 girls in one house with a hot tub, sauna, games, relaxation, no children and lots of wine equals my perfect Hen do! We all had such a brilliant time and although it took most of us a week to recover, we would love to come back and do it all over again!

Thanks for providing a great set up Gayle xx

Duly Hen Party, July 2012 wrote:
16th July 2012 at 7:15am

From the visitor book:
We had a brilliant weekend. Shame about the weather (the Goodwood Festival was cancelled due to flooding on it!) BUT we made the most of the hot tub and sauna and the lovely comfy house.
Beautiful garden and very homely house.
We LOVED every minute!
Thanks Gayle!

love Miranda, Emma and Hens xxx

From their feedback:
Gorgeous gardens, peaceful location and private. Very spacious house, bedrooms are a good size and nice comfy beds! Everything was very clean and well furnished. We had everything we could of needed in the kitchen too!

Best part: having an Indian “picnic” in the living room whilst the Hen Party all dressed up Bollywood-style!!

Penny Burke wrote:
3rd July 2012 at 9:57am

Goodwood FOS 2012.
The Burke Family – Trevor, Penny, Darcy and Max, plus Roger and Wendy.

Had a great time Gayle, the house worked well for us and the “Festival of Speed” was a great hit with the boys.
“The Nags Head” was a good pub with great food in Chichester.

Thanks Gayle, Best wishes
The Burkes
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Jill and Barry Oborne from Victoria, Audstralia wrote:
3rd July 2012 at 9:51am

Gayle, What a fabulous little spot.
Thank you for the “quick” directions to Goodwood FOS, much appreciated.
For future clients “The Seal” in Selsey was good for a pub meal. (Don’t bother with the Crown Inn)
Best wishes,
Jill and Barry.
PS Gayle was a great host and very informative.
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Marleen and Gavin van Griensven, Holland wrote:
16th June 2012 at 1:32pm

A huge family Birthday Party at Living Elements!We had a very happy holiday and huge Birthday Party at Living Elements. Just as well there is so much car parking!
It was very quaint with the downstairs rooms all around the staircase. A lot of character and very well equipped, we will certainly come back again.
Marleen, Gavin and the children
31st May 2012

The Dunkley's from Sheffield wrote:
16th June 2012 at 1:25pm

1st-8th June 2012
It would of been a lovely holiday half-term if it hadn’t rained so much! As it was, we were very comfortable and there was lots to do around and about.
Gayle made us very welcome and the tea was well recieved. The house and garden were very spacious with lots of pretty flowers.
We highly recommend the Chichester Cathedral Flower Festival – absolutely amazing and West Dean Gardens – lots of interest and a good restaurant.
Thanks.

Pete wrote:
11th May 2012 at 8:31pm

Tong Peal Group May 2012Tong Peal Engineering April-May 2012, Spilsby, Lincs.

Four weeks of rain, rain and a bit more rain! Add to that working in the cold, damp factory at Barfoots of Botley in Pagham putting in the sweetcorn grading machine and it was lovely to come back to the warm sauna and shower and hot tub!!Thanks for having us all and we’ll likely be back!

Jim, Tim, Pete, Alex, Simon and others plus Roly the dog
x

Bresnahan Family Jan 2012 wrote:
26th January 2012 at 7:28pm

Bresnahan Family Jan 2012
Dear Gayle,
Thanks for having us to stay for our short mid-week break this January.
The house handbook answered almost all out questions – and Gayle answered the rest and the tourist info in the Snug was handy to browse through.

The hot tub patio was private and child-friendly.

Finn our 3 year old loved the space in the garden and said he loves holidays as “everywhere’s different”!

We are new to holidaying in the UK and are currently working our way round places we want to visit. We liked exploring Chichester!

Thanks again,
Louise, Richard and Finn x

Aitken Family wrote:
30th October 2011 at 7:06pm

Aitken family by the hot tub, Half Term Oct 2011
We had a lovely half term break – the 3 kids and my husband. Plus my brother and family were staying only down the road in Selsey.
Good weather helped but the space in the house, hot tub and sauna were enjoyed by everyone!
Lisa Aitken and family, Surrey.
October 2011

Mike Dixie, London wrote:
16th October 2011 at 8:31pm

Lovely house in beautiful countryside.
We were really lucky with the weather too for October!
The hot tub and sauna were a fab addition to the weekends entertainment. Unfortunately we had about 20 other guests – flies!! (somewhat inundated presently but cold weather on its way ;-)) Gayle
We did a harbour cruise in Itchenor – very much recommended.
X-factor Rocky-style!!
Mike Dixie and his birthday party friendsBirthday Party Crew Oct 2011

Steven Lee Johnson, Wisconsin / MInnesota border, USA wrote:
7th October 2011 at 8:28pm

7th October 2011
Was on vacation from USA, Minnesota. Had a sensational weekend, the best in many, many years!! Just what I needed.
Gayle has the most pleasant cheerful manner. She really is quite lovely and I am taken by her charm!
For activities we went sailing with a good friend, went for drives in the Downs and visited the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum which was great.
Took 2 hot tubs and looked at the stars – will always remember it. Did a night cuddle-up with loved ones.
I will be back next time I am back across the pond which I hope is not too many years from now.
Dr Steven Lee Johnson

The Colleys - 2 adults, 2 children, 2 dogs wrote:
2nd October 2011 at 8:44pm

Glorious weather made this families holiday in Oct 201130th Sept 2011
The Colleys
This was a last minute break as England experiencing a mad hot weekend!
Had a comfortable stay with our children and two dogs.
Hot tub was lovely for all the family.
Location ideal for beaches, which is where we spent most of our time.
Thanks again, lovely.
The Colleys,
Hertfordshire.

Walsingham Homes wrote:
30th September 2011 at 8:53pm

Anne and Eric plus carers from Walsingham Homes had a magical autumn holidayWe all had a fantastic time.
The house and location were perfect, we also had glorious weather for our week’s holiday.
We went to Arundel, Chichester, Selsey, all over!

Thank you Gayle, hope to see you again.

Kris, Caroline, Eric and Anne.

Walsingham Homes,

Alison and Girls wrote:
29th August 2011 at 7:22pm

August Bank Holiday 2011 – Girls party of 4

We LOVED:
* the hot tub
* sauna
* puzzles
* games
* lawn tennis
* yummy veg box

We had a lovely walk to Selsey and enjoyed seafood sandwiches.
Had an excellent meal at the Blacksmiths Arms in Donnington and the staff were lovely and helpfiul.

Thank you for coming to collect us from the station.

We had a lovely weekend!

Plus from Alison…
We had a fab time in this lovely big house and garden. Great range of things to watch, listen to, play and soak in!
The hot tub was out favourite thing and the lawn tennis was really fun.

The highlight was the walk around Pagham Harbour. It was very beautiful. On the way round we got free apples at someone’s gate and picked blackberies for a crumble.
The Blacksmiths Arms was a very friendly pub with a great service and wonderful food.

Thank you for a wonderful holiday!

The Nelson Family, The Wirral Aug 2011 wrote:
19th August 2011 at 4:46pm

This has been a fabulous house as a base for our family holiday.
Gayle was very welcoming and accommodating and the website told me everything that I needed to know in advance.

We chose “Living Elements” for its proximity to Goodwood as we had a family wedding there, but the beaches of West Wittering were an excellent bonus.

The hot tub has proved to be an excellent way of entertaining the kids (and us – so all 3 generations) and the sauna eased the pains of grandparents aching bodies after a day with the children (!)
The well sized lawn was good for the children to play on and the beaches are nearby.

The rooms are spacious and everything was clean and well looked after, especially the garden. We liked the hot tub and patio being screened off and separate from the rest of the garden.

Many thanks, we have had a brilliant holiday.
Rosie, Will, Lucy and James and the grandparents!
The Wirral, Liverpool.

PS Thank you for the delicious apple and strawberry crumble on arrival!
August 2011

Ruth wrote:
16th August 2011 at 2:59pm

July 2011 – FOS

Great British Sports Cars

Had a great time, fantastic house and hospitality, especially the night time hot tub relaxing!GBS in the hot tub at night
We look forward to coming again next year for the Festival of Speed.
Many thanks,
GBS
Ruth, Richard, Jonathan, Ben.

July 2011

St Helena Team, Island Games wrote:
16th August 2011 at 2:29pm

The St Helena Team 2011June 2011

The St Helena Team for the Island Games on the Isle of Wight

The house is great and its been convenient and suits the needs of our team.
We especially like the sauna and hot tub and would recommend Living Elements to all.

Your friendly and helpful attitude has made it a great pleasure to visit and we would like to return again when the Games come back here.

Many thanks for your hospitality.
All of the St Helena Team

gaylep wrote:
16th August 2011 at 2:03pm

Valerie playing Stack 'Em with her carersMid June 2011

Partially disabled group from Walsingham

Thanks for a lovely welcome.
Great sauna and hot tub.
Valerie really loved the garden.
A good selection of games and books for the wet weather too.
You were wring about the weather though on Thursday – sunny not rain!
Easy parking at Living Elements and lots of places to visit or just relax in the garden
Gayle, thank you for your kindness and thoughtfulness throughout our stay.

Valerie, Katie, Stevie and Joyce

Richard and Louise wrote:
16th August 2011 at 1:32pm

Thank you for a lovely weekend. The house is lovely and the hot tub has been lots of fun.

We have come down from London to escape for the weekend and it has been the perfect retreat! The champagne was also brilliant, hence the number of bottles we got through!!!!! We recommend it!

Richard and Louise, April 2011

Chloe Johnson wrote:
16th August 2011 at 12:57pm

Kissing London goodbye (and the ants)
There’s a race going on in my brain that feels like ants scrambling over each other to get to the biggest piece of biscuit crumb. Sometimes it feels like the ants never stop.
I’m clenching a train ticket in my hand, which also feels like I have a firm grasp on a bottle of ant poison as the race comes to an end the minute I hop on board the train to Chichester, kissing London goodbye for the weekend.
It’s 6.32pm on Friday and I’m happily leaving the hustle and bustle behind for a much-needed girls’ weekend away in south-east England’s country town of Chichester.

Chichester, or Chi as the locals say, is only 100km south of London but its cottage-style houses perched on blankets of rich green paddocks make it feel a million miles away.

Our taxis pull up to the cottage – Living Elements that we’ve hired and eight girls pile out eager to get inside, pop open a bottle of wine and get some serious relaxing underway.
“Hello girls, hi everyone,” a woman says as she bounces out of the house.
It’s Gayle, the owner of the house, who has not only been waiting for us to arrive but she’s been waiting with home-made piklets and jam.
We pile inside, pick our beds for the night and do exactly as anticipated: wine, food, relax and sleep.

Riising at 11am the next day, we drift downstairs in our pyjamas and lounge around as each one takes turns popping across the driveway to Gayle’s therapy clinic for massages.
As I lay on the massage table covered in towels, listening to birds tweeting in tune to the meditation music I realise the ants have disappeared. The stress leaves my body and I wonder why I chose to live in London when England has places like Chichester on offer.

Don’t get me wrong London is a fantastic city where the word ‘boredom’ doesn’t exist. The capital is constantly buzzing with incredible things to do and see but that, for me, is the problem.
Chichester calmly sits between the South Downs and the sea, boasting a wealth of history as the small English town was originally built by the Romans during medieval times.
Of course, the town also comes with a dose of boredom and I’m sure I will be itching for the city after a few days but right now, sipping on hot chocolate while watching the girls complete a 1000 piece ‘I love London’ puzzle is the quiet country life I’m craving.

Stuck in a state of relaxation I struggle to react when one of the girls excitedly says “wine time?”
After sitting around in our pyjamas all day, it was about time we got off our butts and checked out the local pub.
Imagining a few lonely old men leaning by the beer taps of a wooden bar perfumed with stale beer, I am shocked when we walk inside a pub brimming with young people, pop music and 2-4-1 cocktails called June Bug and Woo-Woo.
The next morning my sandpaper tongue wakes me as it sticks to the roof of my mouth.
“Water, water,” I moan as I step carefully down the blurry stairs to the kitchen.
Gulping back a pint of hydration, I cringe at the thought of leaving the country in its peaceful state as I head back to the hectic life.
Not only am I aware the ants are on their return but a little drummer boy has joined them constantly reminding me of ‘wine time’.

Chloe Johnson November 2010
http://www.backpackingjournalist.com/2010/11/24/kissing-london-goodbye-and-the-ants/

Hen Party Relax and Pamper Weekend wrote:
16th August 2011 at 11:29am

Hen Party WeekendGayle – Thanks a bunch for having us. It was a good weekend doing nothing but massages for all (excellent) , chilling out, and completeing the “I love London” jigsaw puzzle!

Just what all us girls needed and wanted.

from the 7 Antipodean and 1 Canadian Girls! xxx

Greg Stevens wrote:
15th August 2011 at 12:11pm

Greg Sharp from Australia came for the Festival of Speed 2010My first impression was there was a friendly voice on the other end of the phone who was helpful, and when I met Gayle, this was confirmed!
The house is typically English and comfortably laid out – it’s got stairs and a stairgate! – not something we have in Australia!! I am from Adelaide in Australia and I hope to return for the Goodwood Revival next time. I was really impressed with the Festival of Speed 2010! I found out about the house through the Goodwood Festival of Speed website which made booking directly very easy.
This house is great as a nearby base, especially for a group – book it now! You won’t be disappointed…
– Greg Stevens, Adelaide, Oz

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