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Roundabout Hotel
Monkmead Lane
Chiltington

Pulborough
Sussex

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The Roundabout hotel is a get-away-from-it-all location in the heart of the West Sussex countryside. Elegance, peace and quiet, total comfort and personal service create a relaxed atmosphere with a hint of luxury.

Whenever you choose to stay at the Roundabout, you can be sure of one thing: it will be a truly magical experience. We are ideally positioned for those who are looking to relax in the peace and quiet of the countryside and enjoy the many varied facilities this most fascinating corner of England has to offer. Our out-of-the-way location has moved many guests to refer to the Roundabout as 'an oasis of peace'. It also means you may have some difficulty finding us, but we can assure you of a good night's sleep, hidden away in the countryside of West Sussex, and the welcome you receive when you arrive continues throughout your stay. In the style of a Tudor country house, the Roundabout is a private, independent hotel, nowhere near a roundabout but set in its own enchanting gardens. This is the ideal location from which to enjoy walking and touring the South Downs. There are also many historic houses in the area, including Parham, Petworth, Goodwood, Arundel Castle, Bignor Roman Villa and Fishbourne Roman Palace. For bird watchers, close by is the Pulborough Brooks rspb Nature Reserve and further afield is Arundel Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre.

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