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The Swan Hotel - Arundel Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Swan Hotel

27-29 High Street, Arundel - Map
 
 
Stayed after easyjet cancelled our flight out of Gatwick two hours before we were due to fly. We were lucky to find such an excellent hotel, in a lovely locartion, without research and at very short notice.
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The Swan is located in the historic market town of Arundel, home of the Dukes of Norfolk for over 850 years, overlooking the …More
Norfolk Arms Hotel - Arundel Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Norfolk Arms Hotel

High Street, Arundel - Map
 
 
"Ideally located "
A perfect location for exploring the shops, cafe's and restaurants in Arundel
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St Marys Gate Inn - Arundel Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
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St Marys Gate Inn

London Road, Arundel - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel in beautiful position"
We had to book this hotel due to a fire in our preferred hotel and we are so glad we did. It was definitely a happy accident and we will certainly be back! Only a couple of complaints - no bottled water in the room and unclear if the water in the bath room could be drunk and a little more detail to cleaning behind the blinds - big dead spider!! The breakfast was lush tho. Highly recommended!!
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Comfort Inn Arundel - Arundel Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Comfort Inn Arundel

A27/A284 Crossbush, Arundel - Map
 
 
"Good base for touring"
Nice budget hotel with friendly helpful staff. Good base for touring the area. At the moment they are building a convenience store close to the hotel which will be very useful.
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2km from historical town of Arundel and its magnificient castle. 15 km from Chichester. Close to beaches, wildfowl nature …More
Bonnie's Boutique B&B - Arundel Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
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Bonnie's Boutique B&B

Binsted Lane, Arundel - Map
 
 
"Top venue"
Class hotel, designed for relaxation, just didn't have enough time to enjoy it.
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Bedford Row - Worthing Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Bedford Row

7 Bedford Row, Flat 4, Worthing - Map
 
 
Hilton Avisford Park - Arundel Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hilton Avisford Park

Yapton Lane, Arundel - Map
 
 
"Nice relaxing break"
This is Hotel is only 2ins from our home so had no intention of seeing the local sights, we just wanted a place to stay for the weekend to chill out leaving behind the chores at home! Avisford park suited that perfectly, nice food, well kept grounds to walk around and a lovely spacious room. But it really was the staff that made the stay different from other hotels. Excellent, happy to help and friendly was every staff member that we dealt with.
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YHA Littlehampton - Hostel - Littlehampton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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YHA Littlehampton - Hostel

63 Surrey Street, Littlehampton - Map
 
 
Marina Gardens Bed and Breakfast - Littlehampton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Marina Gardens Bed and Breakfast

2 Irvine Road, Littlehampton - Map
 
 
"Good location near town and the seafront "
The owners were lovely and very accommodating and the room was clean, tidy, had all of the usual things and just all I wanted . Having forgotten my toothpaste which was essential for my night out they kindly gave me some and saved the evening.:) thanks W
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Berry House - Littlehampton Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Berry House

Berry Lane, Littlehampton - Map
 
 
"Very helpful owners"
When we explained that we would be leaving early to catch a flight and therefore wouldn't be around for breakfast, the owner very kindly made us a packed breakfast of sandwiches and treats. Much appreciated!!
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    Pocket Guide: West Sussex Chichester Castle Hotels

    All that remains of Chichester Castle in Priory Park is the motte, which is now protected as a Scheduled Monument. The remains are in the north east corner of the city by the city wall and are often overlooked by visitors to Chichester. Nevertheless it is still a site of great historical importance and well worth a visit if you're staying in a hotel in West Sussex. Chichester Castle was built in the 11th Century by the Earl d'Alencon at the behest of the 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, Roger de Montgomery. Originally the castle was located in the Roman controlled corner of England known as Regnum when the Romans defeated the South Saxons. Today the remains stand in one of the most tranquil parts of the county, close to many hotels and B&Bs.

    History of Chichester Castle

    Chichester Castle was built at the height of the Norman Conquest and was one of 11 fortified sites to be built before 1100 in the area now known as Sussex. It also overlooked the Rape of Chichester, an administrative unit and subdivision of Sussex. Chichester Castle was of the motte and bailey type, made from timber and protected by the city walls. After it was built, the Earls of the neighbouring rape of Arundel took possession of it before it was then occupied by the forces of Prince Louis in the 1215-1217 First Barons War. Prince Louis had been encouraged to take the English Crown by those who vehemently opposed King John and his violent rule. However, Prince Louis was defeated at the Battle of Lincoln in 1217 and he went back to France. King John then ordered Chichester Castle to be destroyed but instead it was used as a prison before being given to the Greyfriars order in 1269. The Greyfriars established a friary there, which still remains, and stayed there until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1538.

    Visiting Chichester Castle

    Today the site of Chichester Castle and its surroundings makes an interesting and pleasant day out. If you're visiting or staying in one of the many luxury hotels or B&Bs in the gorgeous cathedral city of Chichester, why not head out to Priory Park and reflect on the turbulent past of the area?

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