Search Family-Friendly Hotels in Arundel
Search over 1 million properties and 550 airlines worldwide
Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Check prices on Arundel Family-Friendly Hotels
Top Arundel Family-Friendly Hotels
Reviewed on 14 Sep 2020
Where should we stay in Arundel?
The welcoming destination of Arundel is a great choice if you've been thinking about a holiday with the children. The museums, swimming spots and golfing are just some of the things that make this an interesting destination for family trips. Take to the air and fly into London (LGW-Gatwick), which is located 26.8 mi (43.2 km) from the city centre. When you're thinking about where you might want to stay with the family, Arundel has 4 family-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation you may want to consider.
Holidaying families have good things to say about these types of accommodation:
The White Swan: Offers a restaurant, free parking and free WiFi. Guests like the overall comfort and clean rooms at this 4-star inn.
Comfort Inn Arundel – Features a restaurant, free parking and free rollaway beds. The overall comfort and quiet location make this 3-star hotel popular with guests.
When should we visit Arundel?
You're probably hoping for good weather for your family holiday. Use these tips to plan when to grab the children and head to Arundel.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 21°F
- Coldest months: January, February, December and March, with an average temperature of 2°F
- Driest months: June, January, July and February, with an average rainfall of 1.75 inches
- Rainiest months: December, November, January and July, with an average rainfall of 2.50 inches
What should we see and do in Arundel?
While you and your family are visiting Arundel, you may want to explore some child-friendly attractions such as Arundel Castle Cricket Ground, Arundel Lido and Amberley Working Museum. Make sure that you have plenty of time to take in activities in the area such as Arundel Castle and Gardens, Arundel Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre and Weald and Downland Open Air Museum.Arundel is also known for its:
- Historical sites
Getting around Arundel
If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Arundel Station, Littlehampton Ford Station or Arundel Amberley Station. Arundel might not have many public transport choices so consider renting a car to explore the city.