Spent a Saturday night in one of the hotels suites just outside the battlements. Attractively decorated bedroom and separate sitting room reached by a flight of stairs. Nice touches in the room for children like story books about castles Dinner was taken in the castle itself and was imaginative and delicious. Excellent wine list for wine by the glass. Enjoyed an excellent breakfast in our room and the hotel did not rush out of the room. Spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing by the fire in one of the hotels comfortable sitting rooms where light meals and drinks can be ordered. My girlfriend who as a native of California has a taste for these things was bowled over by the high standard of the Bloody Mary drinks. In all a magical place in a fairy tale setting.
Traveller from London
After nine hundred years standing proud in the unspoilt county of West Sussex- known as the garden of England- this fortress …More
Room 103 nice big room but smelt as if someone had been smoking in it ,the smell stuck to your clothing and the bed was not comfortable at all could feel the springs.
Food was good as were the staff. Only there one night so didn't bother complaining.
Traveller from york
2km from historical town of Arundel and its magnificient castle. 15 km from Chichester. Close to beaches, wildfowl nature …More
Due to work commitments we booked on the evening of our stay and had the last room, the Castle Suite. We were shown to the room by a helpful memember of staff who explained that because we were in the older part of the hotel the water pressure wasn't up to much so the shower left a lot to be desired.
Other than this the room decoration was a little bit "tired" but was clean and comfortable.
We have stayed here before and would definately stay again.
"Quiet and comfortable, ideal out-of-the-way place"
Medlar Cottage is located down a quiet Sussex lane, near enough to the main roads to be convenient, but far enough away to be peaceful. Lovely farmland/woodland views.
Extremely well appointed, very comfortable, with kind helpful hosts. The breakfasts are delicious, with a good range of choices and using top class produce. We had three nights here which suited us perfectly for a mixture of family event and relaxation.
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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