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Stayed overnight as were having to take family member for a hospital appointment. Had dog with us. Hotel provided very good welcome pack. The dog biscuit was found and consumed in seconds! Felt the breakfast bit expensive but we had to be up early anyway, so didn't book that. Instead found a park ...
From go to whoa the George & Falcon was a perfect place to stay near Portsmouth to catch the car ferry (about a 40 minute drive). The room was large and very comfortable and the meals in the hotel, especially dinner, were among the best we had in six weeks touring the UK and Ireland.
This was our 4th stay at deans place and as usual we really enjoyed it. Staff very welcoming and helpful. Food is outstanding and good value for money. There is a very good vibe at this place and would highly recommend it.
Rooms a bit too small. Food a little on the expensive side for what you got. Service was not best in the restaurant. It took 45 minutes to get a fish pie and a salad. I thought breakfast was a little basic and no other options were available. Hotel rooms need up dating. They were clean but wear and ...
We'd been to stay here 15 years ago. On that occasion It was enjoyable but not life changing! This time however was different. In the interim the hotel had undergone a significant transformation but had retained its unique mediaeval atmosphere. Stunning!
West Sussex is a delightful county of coastal walks and countryside strolls. Just over an hour away from London, West Sussex makes an ideal holiday getaway for you and your four-legged friend. A holiday in West Sussex in a pet friendly hotel means that you can all enjoy a break together, without resorting to expensive catteries or dog kennels.
Because many hotels in West Sussex are close to the seaside or countryside, they've opened up their doors to cater for family pets. Spend your days exploring the lanes and villages nestling in the South Downs hills before finding a pet friendly pub serving delicious local produce. Some West Sussex attractions also welcome dogs such as the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. The museum is a 40-acre site housing a collection of historical buildings from throughout the ages. Watch the art of blacksmithing, cooking demonstrations in a Tudor kitchen or flour being milled in the watermill. Or why not explore Cowdray Park with your pet and find the thousand year old Queen Elizabeth Oak? At the end of a hard day's walking, treat your pooch by taking them to one of the many grooming parlours in West Sussex. Whatever you decide to do, a holiday with your pet in a West Sussex pet friendly hotel is bound to be a dog's life.
You and your pet will be warmly welcomed in a West Sussex pet friendly hotel by prior arrangement, although they may only be allowed in certain rooms and may incur an extra daily charge to cover the cost extra cleaning, so always check with the hotel directly. Many pet friendly hotels provide pet food on request and are great places to advise you on the best places to go. Pet-friendly hotels in West Sussex also have other facilities and amenities designed to make your stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible, such as WiFi, room service and housekeeping. Rooms are available in a range of sizes such as standard, double and deluxe while accessible rooms are also available.