|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Beautifully designed Riverside House sits comfortably on Arundel River's water's edge overlooking the famous grand castle. Set on the river bank with a large green garden Riverside House is a peaceful haven away from it all yet within easy reach of the historic town.
Upon entering this large home you find yourself in a light and airy living/dining area with open plan kitchen. This spacious lay out allows the tall glass windows on the river side of the house to fill the rooms with sunshine creating a space filled with warm natural light. Newly and carefully refurbished Riverside House has been designed to take advantage of its exclusive setting channelling your eye to the stunning views across the water.
On the ground floor there is a further living area, play room, utility room and bathroom. From the living and dining areas you can get outside easily to the terrace where you can enjoy your supper in the hot sunshine or sip a glass of warm mulled wine on a winter's night.
The top quality modern kitchen has everything you will need to efficiently self-cater during your stay. Fully furnished with oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer you can chose whether you cook up a fine meal for all the family or pop out into town and pick one of the many excellent independent restaurants on your doorstep.
On the first floor of the house there are three double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, two of which are linked by tall patio doors to a decked balcony area perfect to soak in then stunning views and the surrounding area. There are two further first floor double bedrooms which can be entered via a separate staircase at the opposite end of the house. Both bedrooms have their own en-suite and there is a rather handy kitchenette on the landing between the two.
Riverside House has ample off road parking and Wi-Fi access throughout the house.
Arundel is a historical town with some fascinating independent shops along with its famous castle, wetlands wildlife park and the river Arun, which flows through the centre of the town. There is an annual multi-arts festival, one of the largest in the South which attracts visitors from all over the world. The many attractions of Goodwood, including Goodwood House, Goodwood Golf course, Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival motor racing event, as well as horse racing, is only about a 15 minutes drive away.
The cathedral city of Chichester, with its famous Festival Theatre and Norman Cathedral lies about 13 miles to the west of Arundel and offers a great selection of shops, cafes and restaurants.
Arundel is an excellent base from which to explore England's beautiful South Downs which is an area full of history just waiting to be discovered from walking across the Downs to canoeing or cycling there is something for everyone when you visit Arundel.
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