Ryde House Petworth 1, Angel Street, England, GU28 0BG

Seek the sanctuary of Ryde House, an elegant and understated Regency town house in Petworth, a historic market town at the gateway to the South Downs National Park. Our Grade II listed, early 19th century property reflects the sensibilities of…

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Seek the sanctuary of Ryde House, an elegant and understated Regency town house in Petworth, a historic market town at the gateway to the South Downs National Park.

Our Grade II listed, early 19th century property reflects the sensibilities of the Georgian era, with the perfect balance of charm and character, simplicity and function. It is a serene, comfortable space for any length of stay.

With three double bedrooms, space to entertain and a beautiful kitchen, Ryde House provides the perfect retreat for small groups such as families, shooting parties, wedding parties and more.

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