Whether you are looking to get away for a relaxing break, taking leisurely walks through the old town and the surrounding south downs countryside, eating out in the town’s selection of cafes, bars and restaurants, swimming in the outdoor Lido, or looking for a place from which to explore the many attractions of Arundel, Sussex and the South Coast with friends or family, St George’s Cottage is the perfect base for your holiday.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay2 nights
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
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- Calendar last updated:
- 18 Oct 2018
About Rachel Bryson
We used to live and work in Sussex and bought the cottage in 2010 so that we could continue to enjoy spending time in West Sussex with our three children. We love visiting throughout the year, going on days out to the beach, visiting Arundel castle, eating out in the many different cafes, pubs and restaurants and going to London on the train.
Rachel Bryson purchased this Cottage in 2010
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Very well situated within arundel
Whilst fairly small the cottage was plenty big enough for three adults. This Victorian cottage is typical of picturesque Arundel and true to properties of this era it had a small kitchen, steep stairs and uneven floorboards. Therefore for anyone with mobility issues this would not be appropriate. On a safety note a stair gate at the top of the stairs would be safer with children who may wonder in the night from the bunk bedroom along to the bathroom. In addition some type of hand rail going up to the attic room would also be appropriate. The cottage was very well furnished, clean and reasonably well equipped although lack of space possibly makes it difficult to equip too fully.
Cottage was lovely but weather let us down.
Cottage was comfortable.Would have been cosier if there was an open fire and a larger screen television.
Very happy with the cottage
Had everything that you need for your time away. Provided a baby cot and was put up for when we arrived. Much better than being stuck in a hotel.
Perfect location for our trip to Goodwood
Spend a super 2 days at St George's Cottage. Great location in central Arundel. We were 2 adult couples sharing and found the cottage comfortable for our stay. We were out all day, but the cottage provided 2 good bedrooms (as doubles), a shared bathroom, kitchen.
Owner replied very quickly and kept us updated on all information. Returned our deposit swiftly too..much appreciated.
Couple of tiny comments, and nothing that would not stop us coming back, which we hope same time next year.
A larger size TV, we could hardly see the small TV in the lounge , but understand it is a small cottage.
A little rug, and carpet shampoo needed.
All in all we thought the cottage was Fab, and would recommend to anyone!
Beautiful cottage in a beautiful location
The pictures don't do this property justice! When I booked up this cottage for a group of 6 we were expecting it to be a bit of a squeeze. On the contrary we found that the cottage was modern, spacious and scrupulously clean and tidy. We had all the appliances we needed bar a freezer which in all honesty is understandable.
The location is fantastic being so close to Arundels shops, tourist attractions and most importantly Pubs:
Only trouble we really had was Parking as it seems to be a bit of a free for all for tourists and local residents with no parking restrictions in the area apart from some double yellows and a couple of disabled bays.
In all we all loved this little cottage and would highly recommend to anyone wishing to come visit Arundel and its surrounding areas.
The Owner was also very helpful and gave us all the information we needed to enjoy our stay.
Great house in the perfect location.
Fantastic house in the ideal location to explore Arundel. We spent a week in the house with 2 adults and 3 kids. The house was clean and comfortable with everything you needed for a fantastic stay provided. Would definitely recommend.
West Sussex has some of the best beaches on the south coast of England
30 mins drive from West Wittering Beach
15 mins drive from Littlehampton - East Beach
10 mins drive from Climping Beach
Arundel train station is a 10 min walk (0.4 mile), with regular trains to London Victoria, and the cottage is less than 1 hour from London Gatwick airport, 1hr 40 from London Heathrow and Portsmouth Ferries to the Continent and Isle of Wight 45 mins drive
Brighton is a 50 min drive. The historic walled city of Chichester is 15 mins away and also has an impressive cathedral, the Pallant house gallery and Chichester Festival Theatre. Petworth is 15 mins away with an abundance of antique shops. Bignor Roman Villa is 10 mins away. Goodwood for all its events - motor racing, horse racing and air displays is 15 min away.
There are a wide variety of restaurants in Arundel catering for all culinary tastes. There are some excellent pubs in the area, with the closest, The Kings Arms, a 1 minute walk away!
The nearest post office is on the high street in Arundel, where you'll find several banks and shops, including a supermarket. Arundel Castle is open from spring throughout the summer and has a wonderful garden too or you could hire a rowing boat at Swanbourne lake just along from the castle and also feed the ducks and wild birds while you are there. Take a boat ride up the river to the Black Rabbit pub, or play golf at the pitch and putt on Mill road.
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Booking Notes: Please contact the owner or view our booking information Changeover Day: Flexible Notes on prices: Please see our pricing and availability