Funtington & The Local Area
Funtington is a village and civil parish in the Chichester district of West Sussex, England. It lies on the B2146 Road 4.5 miles (7.2 km) west of Chichester.
Funtington is well-known locally for its pigs, distinctive metal pig stys are stretched out on the flat land to the south and west of the village, you can’t miss them.
The village church of St Mary’s serves as the central church in a large parish which includes the smaller chapel at Senicotts. The church at neighbouring West Stoke is served by the same vicar and rector, helping to combine the life of the two villages to a certain extent.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside it also serves as a great place to visit for walkers and dog walkers. Which we can offer maps for courtesy of West Sussex Country Walks (www.westsussexcountrywalks.com) and also water and treats for the doggies!
Looking to visit Funtington Saddlers BnB (www.saddlersbb.com) is a lovely local BnB near to us.
We also work closely with Concierge Camping in the local area which has just won ‘AA Campsite of the Year 18/19’ (https://www.conciergecamping.co.uk)