Waves Chalet Rental
Waves Chalet Rental - Dog friendly accommodation in ChichesterWaves Chalet Rental is dedicated to ensuring that the rental of your holiday home runs smoothly, by offering you a friendly and personal service at competitive rates. Having taken over the business in September 2016 and with our office on site, we are building our family business for the future of our children by creating a valued relationship with all our visitors.
We have a range of both one and two-bedroom self-catering chalets available for hire from a minimum of three nights. Relax and unwind in the peaceful surroundings of Medmerry Park.
Medmerry Park is a small privately-owned site on a picturesque country estate which is situated on the west coast of Sussex only 8 miles from Chichester. Just a short two-minute walk to the beach gate takes you to a seven mile stretch of beach and to RSPB Medmerry walks, all are dogs on lead friendly. There are also nearby fields to use and a selection of our chalets have enclosed decks to ensure the safety of your dog.
Site facilities also include:
Outdoor heated swimming pool with safe baby pool and an adjacent Jacuzzi
Pub and restaurant with seasonal entertainment
Children's play park
Dog shower room
The onsite shop for your convenience needs is also run by Waves.
For our special needs guests we are pleased to offer a fully adapted disabled chalet with ramp access, wet room, hoist over the bed and extra space in the main bedroom allowing wheelchair accessibility. This chalet (7A) also welcomes dogs.
All chalets are individually photographed as they are all privately owned and therefore vary in décor and facilities. They are available to view on our website www.waveschaletrental.co.uk
Duvets and pillows are provided but guests need to bring their own linen and towels (unless pre-ordered through Waves).
“Beautiful place chalet 25C gorgeous, very dog friendly, Medmerry Arms great for food & drink, swimming pool, dog walking field, beach 5 minutes from chalets. Would definitely come back to this grest place.”
- Baxter Lambert