This looks like a great little hotel from the outside, but when you're inside you realise, it's actually a great big hotel. We had a massive room, nice glimpse of Arundel castle from our window.
They have a car park hidden at the rear and the location is perfect for walking around sightseeing in Arundel.
The hotel is currently being refurbished, but that didn't spoil our stay. My wife and I enjoyed a delicious dinner in the hotel restaurant and great full English the next day. I would highly recommend staying at the Norfolk Arms and I look forward to doing so again.
Stayed just one night a beautiful setting, very peaceful with lots of outdoor space - perfect for our two year old and us. Breakfast was excellent exceed expectations, room was spacious - evening meal (BBQ) food average but location made up for this as toddler able to play on lawn and move freely. Outdoor pool was fab they even had a lifeguard on duty which I didn't expect. Would stay again.
The hotel is in a great location near the village of Amberley which is a true delight. We had terrible weather but this hotel being an old castle has been renovated very tastefully. Being an old castle limits what can be done to it e.g. there is no elevator for an elderly person this could be an issue but the atmosphere and the service was outstanding.
After nine hundred years standing proud in the unspoilt county of West Sussex- known as the garden of England- this fortress …More
Enjoyed our stay here. The rooms were very comfortable, clean and pleasantly cool on what was a very hot day. The only drawback was that the room was dark - we had to dim the blind as the ground floor room backs onto the hotel/pub's (very pleasant) beer garden. Noise could be an issue during the evening but we were out then and all was peaceful when we returned. Breakfast limited to an hour between 08:00 and 09:00 but it was perfectly cooked with good quality ingredients. Conveniently located for town though a steep walk from the station (as we discovered) so would recommend a cab if not driving. The owners were fantastic and couldn't have been more helpful.
An 11th century Norman castle and Gothic cathedral dominate the landscape of this small countryside town. Easily traversed by foot, the town offers quaint pubs and inns that line the cobblestone streets. A week-long summer arts festival brings musical acts and theatre productions to the village. Seaside towns along the English Channel are within 10 km.
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