Penfolds, a seventeenth century cottage, together with the thatched roof barn, is situated in the small village of Bury, West Sussex, just off the A29, at the foot of the South Downs, close to the River Arun. It is located down a quiet village lane.
Howard and Susie Macnamara acquired Penfolds and the adjacent barn in 1982, and have recently created high quality overnight accommodation.
They look forward to welcoming guests who wish to enjoy Bed and Breakfast with modern comforts in a character setting.
Please see the Accommodation page for details of the range of rooms available.
We are delighted with the comments we have received from our guests who have stayed with us, some of whom have been kind enough to leave feedback on Trip Advisor. Please follow this link to see what they have said. (Click here.)
The Barn at Penfolds has been awarded Four Stars and a Gold Award by the English Tourist Board.
It has also achieved the Breakfast Award for going the extra mile to ensure breakfast will exceed expectations.