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This is a very welcoming and relaxing hotel on the edge of Midhurst. The staff are fantastic- always ready to help and with a great knowledge of the local area. The spa is excellent and there is a relaxing conservatory to sit and read or chat to other guests. The dining room had a roaring log fire, ...
This was an overnight stop while walking the length of the Shipwright's Way. The room was spotless and having a private bathroom, with a bath, was a real boon as I was able to have a long soak to relieve the aching muscles. Cooked breakfast was great, with vegetarian sausages provided to cater for ...
We had room No 1 right at the front of the hotel which was lovely except for the noise! When we stayed it was exceptionally hot and had the windows open all night. Once the noise from the street stopped the deliverys started at 4.45 am ! There was a succession of vans pulling up outside with their ...
Old hotel with some charm but could do with updating. Joanne on reception was very helpful as was the two staff who carried our luggage to our room and down at the end of our stay with a smile and were very polite. We came for the weekend for a wedding at another venue in the town. The parking was ...
Wonderful ambience, great staff, exceptional cooked breakfast and fresh fruit. Only comments are that the ensuite bathroom was a bit tired, but functioned perfectly. Also there was no fridge in the room.
The hotel and gardens are lovely, very atmospheric, but two glitches spoilt our stay. The food was extremely expensive (more than you had told us) so we ate out. The worst thing was that I had unwittingly booked a double room. On your site it was advertised as 'superior twin or double'. So the beginning ...
The name Sussex comes from the Old English meaning 'south Saxons'. Even today you don't have to travel far within the borders of West Sussex to feel like you're stepping back in time. Start your West Sussex holiday as you mean to go on by staying in one of the varied historical hotels in West Sussex, of which there are plenty. From 14th century coaching inns to 15th century spa hotels to 16th century country manor hotels, opulence is guaranteed, the only trouble you'll have is deciding which period in history you want to be transported back to!
Complete your historical holiday experience in West Sussex with a day out to match: Take your magical history tour into your own hands and explore the ancient county at your leisure. Who knows what you'll discover - an age old inn serving up a delicious menu of local seasonal produce or a working farm that's survived hundreds of years and offers guided tours. If you prefer a more organised day out then there's plenty of historical must-sees in West Sussex; this is 1066 country after all! Why not take a trip to Fishbourne Roman Palace which is easily reachable from Chichester? It houses the largest collection of Roman mosaics, has a Roman garden to explore and the fact it was unearthed completely by accident adds to the wonder.
Visit the Novium, a Roman bathhouse built above Chichester with fabulous panoramic views to reward you when you've reached the top. Travel forwards in time to the 18th century by heading to Uppark House and Gardens. Decide whether you belong 'upstairs' or 'downstairs', take a tour or relax while exploring the gardens. A historical hotel stay in the historic county of West Sussex means you'll be creating memories that you'll treasure for years.
Staying in an historic hotel in West Sussex for a city break or long weekend, enables you to relax and unwind in style and sumptuous surroundings before checking out the famous landmarks in and around the county. Rooms are luxurious and come in a range of types, with accessible rooms also available. Facilities and features in West Sussex historic hotels include free WiFi, laundry and housekeeping.