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2Self Classified Small Hotel Ratings explained
The Causeway , Arundel, BN18 9JL
A Family run hotel that extends a warm and friendly welcome to all. Set in the beautiful English countryside of West Sussex.

As a historic and quaint town, Arundel is packed full of character; offering something interesting and fun for all ages. Places of interest include the magnificent medieval castle owned by the Duke of Norfolk and the grand cathedral. Activities in the area include fishing, boating, bowls, cricket, rambling, ballooning, golf and horseracing. Visitors can work their way through the local shops twinkling with enticing trinkets or simply browse through the specialist antique shops. The farmers market provides an excellent opportunity to purchase fresh local produce. The wildfowl trust keeps children entertained with interesting birds and specialist craft activities throughout the year, and theres a boating lake/duck pond a stones throw away. The quieter beaches of this part of Sussex are an attraction in themselves with an entertainment area and beachfront train for small children. The lido offers summer fun for all the family.

Special events including celebrity cricket matches and balls in the castle and its grounds, the Arundel festival offering theatrical and musical performances, Goodwood and Fontwell race days, make Arundel a magical place to be throughout the year.

Boating lake/duck pond a stone's throw away
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On main A27 east/west route the hotel is easily found close to Arundel railway station. Large free parking and then the town centre is only about 4 minutes walk away.







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