Welcome to our B&B
Deborah and Nigel Collinson wish to welcome you to our B&B. Situated in the heart of the beautiful Sussex country side.
Records show there has been a priory on this site since the registration of the Doomsday book dating back to 1085. The priory was then re-constructed in the 1600’s from the burnt out remains, there are still ruins from the old building in and around the walled garden where the swimming pool is now situated.
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Sussex country side.
The old village of North Bersted with its thatched cottages sits just south of the historical Roman city of Chichester and the sea side town of Bognor Regis, It’s conveniently situated between the A259 and A29 roads making it the ideal base to explore the south coast of England.
Have been coming to this lovely B&B for about the past 15 or 20 years, we used to visit yearly with our two girls when they were young and have since been back a couple of times on our own. We stayed in the luxury barn with a beautiful four poster bed and a lovely big jacuzzi bath. The room as usual was immaculate . A great breakfast is served with a very good selection of fruit, yogurt, cakes and pastries along with the full english. Debbie is a very friendly host and it was good to catch up with all the family news. Love Bo Bo the dog ! We went to a very good restaurant in Chichester called Ameile and friends. Will return again soon.
It is a testimony to The Old Priory B&B, and to Deborah who maintains the highest standards of room cleanliness, décor, food and comfort whilst being relaxed, pleasant and welcoming, that no such “weak spots” ever became apparent to me. “I enjoyed my last night as much as my first night”.
I can’t put it better than this: If you are going to stay in West Sussex, or on the South Coast, or anywhere near Bognor Regis, just don’t even think about going anywhere else. In fact, go and stay at this marvellous Bed & Breakfast just for the experience, whether you need to be in Sussex or not.
For travellers from outside the UK (or outside England), I’d say – do stay here when you come to Southern England, and try not to be too disappointed when the rest of the places you stay are not in the same league…….