By Car

Chichester is located just off the A27, both from the East (Brighton) or the West (Portsmouth/ Southampton) You will drive through the historic St Martin’s Square and find Lion Street on the right. The Old Grocery is located on the right hand side of Lion Street.

The full address is The Old Grocery, 2 Lion Street, Chichester, PO19 1LW.

You can stop the car outside The Old Grocery just to unload. Please note that one car parking space is provided and this is located at the local public car park Northgate Car Park, PO19 6AA. This is a few minutes drive away and a 5- 7 minute walk from the house. 

Car Park

We would recommend you use the Sat Nav in your car until you are familiar with the (very short) route to where you park your car. 

Drive to the top of Lion Street, 

Take a  left turn   and drive through St Martins Square. 

Turn left onto St Peters, then right again onto North Street. 

Drive to the top of North Street, join the traffic onto Oaklands Way, heading around to the right

Drive around the Northgate Roundabout, passing St Paul’s Church on your left

The next left is the entrance to the carpark    

Please ensure that you park on the left hand side in the car park. 

By Train

National Rail Enquiries is . Chichester has a train station at the top of South Street, with regular direct services to London Victoria, (platform 1). There is also a regular service to Brighton, from platform 1 usually with a change at Barnham.  

Train services to Portsmouth run from platform 2, over the footbridge. To get to London Waterloo, the best route is via Havant – also accessed via platform 2. 

Chichester Coach and Bus Station is found at the top of South Street, opposite the railway station. You’ll find a taxi rank at the station to save you carrying heavy bags. 

If you prefer to walk, (it’s around 1/2 a mile) turn left from the station and up through South Street.

Continue straight at the Market Cross into North Street.

Continue half way up North Street, until you reach the Assembly Rooms (the big building with a statue of a lion on top) – hence Lion Street. This is approximately opposite the ‘home’ Marks and Spencers. 

Continue walking along the side of the Assembly Rooms and you have reached The Old Grocery, you will see The Old Grocery on your left.