- 11 guest reviews
"Having stayed a few times for business overnighters, always adequate/quite comfy for stay but TV was playing up this particular time and too..."
"The service was good & the owners friendly. The full English breakfast was very good & the waitress excellent. Morning entertainment was pro..."
"Only stayed for very short time as I was p[laying in a concert and needed overnight accommodation. Staff were friendly and helpful and it wa..."
"Plenty of car parking, if you don't mind walking over deep gravel. The outlook from our room (Room 5)was dismal. Previous stay room overloo..."
"Really great room with very friendly staff and breakfast in the morning was very good and had a really good variety of options! Very close t..."
About the hotel
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
Showing Monday 8 February 2016 to Tuesday 9 February 2016Change Search
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wi-Fi Available , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- In room entertainment
- TV , Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room
- Ground floor bedrooms
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- From 13:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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64% would recommend it to a friend
There was no welcome, just a card machine put in front of us.No food available from the bar so had to go out.
The room was grim to say the least. Filthy would not be too strong a word. Mould around bath area, drawers filthy,wardrobe mouldy, filthy bed side lights and a window that wouldn't stay open, and the thinnest towels. Breakfast was o.k. but the area again was not clean. How hard is it to walk round with a damp cloth and clean the sills.Thank goodness it was only for one night. We do get fed up with overpriced rooms and owners who give no service in return. Avoid this one.
Bit pricy but always adequate
Having stayed a few times for business overnighters, always adequate/quite comfy for stay but TV was playing up this particular time and too late at night to notify staff, bit frustrating.