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Reviews - Angmering Manor

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High Street,Angmering , Angmering, BN16 4AG
RelaxInnz' Angmering Manor, part of our Prestige Collection, is an outstanding hotel, restaurant and bar, situated in the heart of Angmering Village, West Sussex. Thought to have been built in the 16th century by Missionaries, it has been completely refurbished throughout combining first class facilities with exceptional service.

Each thoughtfully decorated en-suite bedroom offers a unique bespoke design furnished to the highest standard using rich fabrics, Egyptian cotton sheets and personal bathrobes & slippers.

Angmering Manor is part of the Prestige Collection. Thought to have been built buy missionaries in the 16th century, it has now become a stunning country house hotel, located in the heart of the village. All 17 ensuite rooms are individually decorated and designed with comfort in mind. Egyptian cotton sheets, personal bathrobes, slippers, Wi-Fi, plasma screen TV and tea & coffee facilities are the norm. This is complemented by first class service; an à la carte restaurant offering fine, freshly prepared food cooked by an award-winning chef. Should pampering be required, then enjoy the leisure facilities that include a heated indoor swimming pool, mini-gym, sauna and on site beauty therapist.

Situated just off the A280, Angmering Manor is 15 minutes’ drive from both Worthing and Arundel, known for its magnificent castle and cathedral.

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Overall score Guest rating scores since December 2012 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 20 reviews
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85% recommended this accommodation to a friend 84% would stay again
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Great Food
Had the good fortune of staying at the Manor. The room we had was very romantic, if a little on the small size. Only 1 chair, no desk, could not open the wardrobe fully if bathroom door open. Knocked leg on wooden sleigh bed many times while moving around the room.
Beautiful restaurant and the food was simply amazing !!!!!

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David B

From Poole, UK
Who stayed in November 2014

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All round a very pleasant stay, last minute choice and would definately stay again, breakfast was superb, didn't have dinner as already committed elsewhere, room was spacious and comfortable.

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J Smith

From Addlestone, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

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Lovely countryside manor hotel
Great room & beautiful garden.
Fantastic breakfast.
Friendly staff
A little expensive, but to be expected on August bank holiday weekend.

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Jay B

From London, UK
Who stayed in August 2014

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Arrived after a long journey to be told a wedding was being held so no lunch or bar food available. Woken 6.15am by extremely noisy plumbing and breakfast not available until 8.30am so gave up and went home without breakfast. Not a value for money weekend.

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Paul W

From Lincoln, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Great stay staff excellent ,food excellent ,room on the small side , outside needs attention
Would stay again if could have a larger room

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julia buck

From Havant, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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Exceptional Service at Angmering Manor
I stayed at Angmering Manor for a weekend break. The service was excellent, the staff could not have been more helpful. The hotel offers a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We ate in the restuarnat on both evenings and the food was both very high quality, seasonal and very good value for money. All in all to be highly recomended.

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Karen O

From Harleston, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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Lovely four poster room in quirky character hotel with spa
Lovely rooms and grounds, well located in an attractive village.
Nice spa and pool area.

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s parkinson

From London, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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OK - but...
Hotel has a nice ambience and is very central to Angmering. Room pleasantly furnished but rather cramped in the roof space with a T-fall. Breakfast bar disappointing - poor range of cereals ( no museli) and limited selection of fruit. Staff helpful. Didn't have time to use the spa facilities or gardens so would no doubt be better if you were looking for that type of stay.

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Fred J

From Darlington, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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Good hotel
Booked a superior double room for £139 Saturday night
The bed was comfortable, but the central heating could not be controlled. The room was specious with a lot of storage space.
When we went down for breakfast, there was no no menu.
I asked for a vegetarian breakfast which had no substitute vegetarian sausages.



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Dipti F

From UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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Another means to an end
We needed a twin room at short notice to visit a relative in hospital locally - the welcome was ok, the room was fairly shabby, very over elaborate furniture with really creaky wardrobe doors, and over the top iron flowery lighting which was full of cobwebs and half of the bulbs did not work. We only had breakfast which was freshly cooked. Not really very cheery or friendly when we left - slightly over priced as it all needs a good clean up.

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J Kelly

From Leicester, UK
Who stayed in January 2014

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