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Arundel has a picturesque setting where the River Arun strikes through the South Downs towards the sea, its finest man-made sights the Catholic Cathedral designed by Joseph Hansom of cab fame, and its restored and dramatic castle... Read More

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Avisford Cottage

Avisford Cottage
Avisford cottage set in one acre of secluded wooded gardens. Situated just off the main A27 coastal road, within easy reach of the historic cities of Arundel one mile and Chichester five miles.

Avisford cottage backs directly ... More | Double Room: £25 - £35 | visit website
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The Town House

The Town House

The Town House Restaurant with rooms is a splendid Regency building situated in a commanding High Street position overlooking Arundel Castle. It is just a few minutes walk from a whole range of antique shops ... More | Double Room: From £85 | visit website

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St Marys Gate Inn

St Marys Gate Inn

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A traditional country inn with an excellent restaurant, bar and 9 en-suite bedrooms. We are next door to Arundel Cathedral and a short stroll from the Duke of Norfolk's home, ... More

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White Hart

White Hart

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The White Hart is a traditional public house 5 minutes walk from the town centre and Arundel Castle entrance.Arundel railway station is a 10 minute walk and a bus stop ... More

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White Swan Hotel

White Swan Hotel

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With its full refurbishment The White Swan Hotels is now back on Arundelís map! Now part of Pebble Hotels, The White Swan has strived to create a contemporary edge to ... More

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Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel

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Situated in the heart of Arundel in the High Street, close to the River Arun, the Swan Hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian property dating back to 1759, that ... More

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Premier Inn Arundel

Premier Inn Arundel
Located on A27, within walking distance of Arundel station. 10 minute walk into historic Arundel with castle, cathedral and The Wildfowl and Wetland Trust. 10 minute drive to the seafront and wonderful countryside walks. 17 ... More | visit website
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Norfolk Arms

Norfolk Arms

Our hotel is set under the battlements of Arundel Castle and has an atmosphere of traditional permanence. The kind that prevails in all of the gracious buildings that make up Britain's colourful heritage. Part of the ... More | visit website

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Arundel Park Hotel

Arundel Park Hotel

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Located midway between Brighton & Portsmouth on the A27. The hotel is superb for business stop offs and leisure breaks. Plenty of free parking and just a short 4 minute ... More

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Brooklands Country Guest House

Brooklands Country Guest House

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Brooklands is a stunning barn conversion situated in the picturesque Arun Valley, just a short distance from the historic town of Arundel in West Sussex and only three miles from ... More

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