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Sportsman
"My 3 sons and I stayed at the Sportsman Inn 24-25th October 09 whilst walking on the South Downs. What a super pub it is, made even more so by ..." More

Stable House
"We were disappointed with the accommodation and consider the pricing excessive overall. A "Gold" rating does not appear deserved to us. The internet description, although perfectly accurate with the exception of one ..." More

Sportsman
"Had heard that the sportsman had undergone yet another change since chris and jenny had left four or five years ago. Having visited in 2005(and vowing never to return) i ..." More

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At the foot of the South Downs, is a pretty village Sprinkled with captivating thatch cottages, the River Arun lies just north of the village. Close towns are Storrington, with the elegant Elizabethan Parham House, set within an ancient Deer Park, and is an enjoyable day out. West Chiltington, Arundel and Hardham whose Church proudly displays Medieval Wall Hangings, are also close by. One “must do, must see place“, is The Amberley Working Museum, spread over 36 acres, enjoy the opportunity of riding on a steam train, or old tram, time your visit right, and one of the many festivals may be taking place. Visiting in December? Climb aboard the steam train and journey to a themed grotto. If you can’t wait that long take teddy with you as the Teddy Bears Picnic is in August. Wild Brooks Nature Reserve shares it’s beauty, with clouds reflected in the water, or the birds as they take flight, is a must for walkers, birdwatchers, photographers and painters alike. Amberley Castle, 900 years of history oozes from this converted castle, it’s Medieval architecture is breathtaking and the portcullis unusual for a hotel. The beguiling spell cast by Amberley will last forever

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Amberley Castle (0.22 miles)

Amberley Castle
Since the 12th century, Amberley Castle has nestled in the lee of the lovely South Downs, few have had the good fortune to discover what lies within its walls - until now! The oak ... More | visit website
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Stable House (0.42 miles)

Stable House

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Situated in the picturesque village of Amberley, on the South Downs Way, a quiet country lane leading to the Downs. Family run, with full home-cooked ... More

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Burpham Country House (2.48 miles)

Burpham Country House

Offering luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the South Downs near Arundel, West Sussex, this classic country house is ideal for a relaxing break. Burpham Country House is 4-star rated with a ‘Silver ... More | visit website

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White Horse Inn (3.57 miles)

White Horse Inn

Set in the village of Sutton, we offer good food and accommodation, with many local places to visit in this beautiful area of the Sussex countryside. In early March 2008 the inn ceased to trade and ... More | visit website

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White Horse Hotel (3.61 miles)

White Horse Hotel

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The 400 year old White Horse Inn , a traditional Coaching Inn for many years in the past has been completely and tastefully refurbished in Autumn 2006 and now provides ... More

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St Marys Gate Inn (3.64 miles)

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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Norfolk Arms (3.64 miles)

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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The Town House (3.65 miles)

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 | visit website

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Swan Hotel (3.68 miles)

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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White Hart (3.74 miles)

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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