Byass House was built in the late 1700s and is a perfect example of a Georgian town house - a truly outstanding property, offering excellent accommodation.
It stands in a street of similar period properties in the old part of the town. It is an elegant and extremely comfortable home and is bright and airy with a wonderful conservatory.
From the very attractive south-facing garden, with its barbecue and tables and chairs, to the warm relaxing drawing room - there is something perfect here for every season.
The large kitchen has an Aga - we could not live without one - and this room is definitely the centre of the home.
I am sure you will enjoy staying here as much as we love living here.
Please do contact us for further information. We can tell you lots more about the house, town, and surrounding area and will be happy to help you with any questions you might have.
Beautiful family home - very clean and well appointed rooms with all facilities. Owner very welcoming and ideal location to explore Arundel. An extremely enjoyable weekend break, would recommend without hesitation.
If you have never visited Arundel, you have missed one of England's best kept secrets. It is a gem of a town and nestles on the edge of the South Downs on the River Arun.
The magnificent Castle and Cathedral are both a short stroll from the property and there is a wealth of antique shops, gift and lifestyle stores in which to browse. There are stunning walks in the Park and along the South Downs. Climping Beach - a mere four miles from the house - offers swimming, windsurfing and sailing. There is also an open air swimming pool in the town, overlooked by the majestic Castle.
Goodwood and Fontwell racecourses are nearby, as well as several golf courses. Take the train to London for the day, or Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, and then return in the evening to dine at one of the town's many excellent restaurants. Ten miles away is Chichester with its excellent theatre and Brighton is only a forty minute drive.
Historic Arundel is unique. Come and see for yourself