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Arundel Holt Court
Wakestone Lane


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Arundel Holt Court is a large family home set in the hills close to Petworth, Pulborough, Billingshurst, Fittleworth and Wisborough Green. We reckon we have one of the best views in Sussex.

We have three and a half rooms available! Two doubles, one a suite with its own bathroom and separate loo the other with an adjoining single room, ideal for a child or a friend. This room shares a beautifully refurbished bathroom with the third bedroom which has twin beds. All the rooms have recently been decorated in a modern and chic style.

Breakfast is either a fantastic Bedham special or as a lighter alternative Eggs Benedict or smoked salmon and scrambled egg. Whenever possible the eggs come from our own very free range hens.

We are very well situated for Goodwood and its many varied activities (Festival of Speed, Glorious Goodwood or the Goodwood Revival) and the Polo at Cowdray Park in Midhurst. Nearby Petworth is a lovely market town, and its many antique shops attract visitors from around the world. We are also very close to Haslemere, Midhurst and the South Coast.

We look forward to welcoming you.


Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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