An apartment hotel in West Sussex is a wonderful way to spend time in this delightful county on England's south coast. Apartments in West Sussex contain everything you need to make you holiday as relaxed and enjoyable as possible such as fully equipped kitchens, plasma TVs and WiFi. Housekeeping and room service are also on hand to enhance your holiday in West Sussex even further. And while you're there you'll find there's so much to see and do in this county too.
Exploring West Sussex
If you enjoy stunning scenery, then West Sussex is the place for you. Knepp Wildland, for example, is a unique 're-wilding' project covering 3500 acres where nature had been allowed to flourish. Safari African style in an open sided all-terrain vehicle and you'll get up close and personal to some of the rarest birds and insects in the UK. Take the time to relax in your West Sussex apartment by all means, but make sure you also get out and about in this county that's rich in nature and wildlife too!
Historic West Sussex
From Amberley, once visited by Charles II, to Yapton, near Arundel, West Sussex is also a must visit destination for history lovers. Cowdray Ruins in Midhurst is one of the most important examples of an early Tudor courtier’s house in the south of England while Stansted Park is a Grade II Listed Edwardian country house set on a 1,750 acre estate within the South Downs National Park. The most well-known and well visited historical attraction in West Sussex, however is the magnificent Arundel Castle, built in the 11th Century and owned by the family of the Duke of Norfolk for over 400 years.
Apartment Hotels in West Sussex
Staying in an apartment hotel in West Sussex lets you enjoy the modern while embracing the past, exploring the coast and countryside and discovering delightful towns and villages. West Sussex apartments are well equipped, spacious and extremely comfortable, with all the amenities you need to customise your visit to suit your schedule. Apartment hotels in West Sussex also give you the freedom to explore at your leisure, making them ideal if you simply like to 'get lost' among the leafy lanes and quiet villages!