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Norfolk Arms
High Street
Arundel
Sussex

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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 Forestdale Hotel Group. The Norfolk Arms is a charming Georgian Coaching Inn, built over 200 years ago by the 10th Duke of Norfolk. It soon became the local meeting place and a popular resting spot for weary travellers. To this day, the Arundel Society for the Prosecution of Thieves and Felons still hold their annual dinner at the hotel - a tradition which dates back to the 18th Century.

Arundel is the ideal base from which to explore the beautiful countryside and many places of interest in West Sussex. Along with three designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - Chichester Harbour, the Sussex Downs and the High Weald, this area offers a diversity of fascinating places to visit. We have 21 rooms in the main house, and 13 courtyard rooms which whilst offering the same facilities as the rooms in the main house, do not have the same character. We are unable to guarantee the location of the room at the time of booking. Unfortunately the hotel does not have a lift.

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