Driving down Sullington Lane to Byre Cottages is like travelling back in time. If you are looking to escape the hurly burly, this beautiful countryside surrounding and the sense of peace of this ancient hamlet is really rewarding. Yet the shops, pubs and cafes of Storrington are less than five minutes away, Brighton, Chichester and the coast are only half an hour and London is an hour and a half – these holiday cottages have the best of all worlds! We even have the cafe at The Old Workshop here on the farm with delicious food in a beautiful 16th century barn setting. Please check here for our opening times.
Grahame is the third generation of the Kittle family to farm at Sullington. Grahame’s grandfather, Ivan, bought the farm from the Hecks family in 1951. Grahame’s father John and his wife, Susan, converted the original Victorian stables which were previously hen houses to holiday accommodation in 1990. Grahame, a Chartered Surveyor, returned with his family, to work with his father in 1993 and continues to farm at Sullington.
Susan, Grahame, Gail and their daughters, Lizzy and Anna, extend an especially warm welcome to all who stay in Byre Cottages.
Holiday visitors can enjoy country walks, lovely surroundings, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and table tennis on this working farm. Free-range chickens roam and the eggs are collected each morning. Our dogs, ‘Pepper’ and ‘Birdie’ are a highlight of many holidays here!