Offering superb view of the Cathedral from the pretty enclosed patio garden, this delightful Grade II listed cottage is owned by the landlord of the King's Arms - the oldest pub in Arundel (circa 1625). Set over three floors it has been tastefully furnished throughout. Although In a quiet location, it is only a 5 minute gentle walk to the historic town centre with shops, galleries, pubs, tea rooms, restaurants, Arundel Castle and the River. Swanbourne Lake, The Wild Fowl and Wetlands Trust and the South Downs are nearby. Plus various NT homes and gardens, golf, sailing, surfing, riding and cycling can all be enjoyed nearby. Ground floor: Living room with wooden floors. Kitchen. First floor: 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with bath and toilet. Attic room: 1 single bedroom with additional pull out single. Gas CH, gas, elec, bed linen and towels inc. Cot. H/chair. TV with freeview,Video, DVD, CD, Gas hob, Electric oven. Micro-wave, Washing machine. Dish washer, Freezer. On road parking.
Charming cottage with everything one could need and so nice to be welcomed with flowers, fruit, wine etc. Thank you! Perfectly located. Arundel is a beautiful place with so much to see and do. Had a great time - hopefully will be back next year for longer!
A market town rich in history and culture, straddling the river Arun, between the South Downs and the English Channel waiting to be discovered.
Arundel is a small hilltop town with a skyline dominated by the Castle. High on a hill, at the head of the Arun gap stand the Norman Castle and Gothic Cathedral. Surrounded by ancient woodland, Arundel’s skyline is impressive from whatever direction you approach the town.
There is a rich variety of thriving, independent retailers, all giving a highly individual welcome. The town has become famous not only for its antique shops but also for its wide range of other contemporary shops, restaurants and galleries.
There are numerous things to do locally: Arundel Wetlands Centre, Arundel Castle, Arundel Museum, Amberley Working museum, Denamns Gardens and Fontwell racecourse all being close at hand.
At the end of August this wonderful historic town is alive with art, sculpture, music, theatre, street entertainments and events for all.