- To drive to Pagham you need to get onto the A27, the east-west coastal road from Brighton to Portsmouth.
- Find your way to the Chichester Bypass, there are four roundabouts from the A27 to Chichester and southern roads.
- On the roundabout with the junction of the A259 to Bognor Regis, take the small exit with brown sign towards Pagham, this is Vinnetrow Road.
- Go to Runcton and there is a roundabout with a pub The Walnut Tree - turn left at this roundabout.
- You are now on the B2166, Pagham Road. Stick on this road and it will take you directly into Pagham.
- Go through: Lagness, Nyetimer and into Pagham village.
- There is a windmill without arms on the right hand side as you enter Pagham village.
- You will go past the Inglenook and the Black Bear pubs on the right and pass the Lamb pub on the left.
- The Village Hall is on the right and the road opens out on the right to fields.
- Carry on down Pagham Road and turn left into Sea Lane (just before the large sign for the Church Farm holiday village).
- Continue to the end of Sea Lane.
- At the end of Sea Lane you will see a car park and a large BMX half-pipe in it directly ahead of you.
- Turn right and immediately left on to Beach Road with the Pagham Beach Café on your right and Beach Amusements on the left .
- You will arrive at a T-junction with Pagham Yacht Club directly ahead of you. Left is East Front Road and right is West Front Road.
- Turn right into West Front Road. We are number 27 on the left – park in front of the brown garage or pull into the car space to the right of the garage.
Access & Parking
The house is located on the Pagham Beach Estate, a quirky private estate with characterful neighbouring houses adapted out of old railway carriages and accessed via unmade roads. There is parking for two cars – one in the garage and one off-road. There is no extra parking on the road, however visitors can organise parking for up to four cars with the local Pagham Yacht Club for a pre-arranged fee.
Pagham is a semi-rural coastal village in the Arun district of West Sussex.
The Pagham Beach Coastal area was developed in the early 20th Century Many of the original Pagham Beach dwellings are bungalows constructed from old railway carriages.
Local convenience shops are just a five minute walk from the house and there is a frequent bus service to Bognor Regis and Chichester.
Pagham is home to a number of good ‘free house’ pubs – ‘The Lamb’, ‘The Red Lion’ and ‘The Bear’ as well as the popular ‘Inglenook Hotel’ which is a favourite stop off point for many during visits to events at Goodwood Motor Circuit and Goodwood Horse Racing.