This pretty cottage is set in historic Arundel overlooking Arundel Riding Stables, just 5 minute walk to Tarrant St shops and restaurants.
On the ground floor is a living area with 2 sofas and a dining table which comfortably seats 6 guests. The modern kitchen is well equipped to prepare family meals and there is a ground floor toilet. At the back of the cottage is a lovely walled patio with table and chairs. Please be aware that there are steps up to the garden and steep steps within the garden which makes it unsuitable for young children unsupervised and those who are less mobile.
Upstairs is a family bathroom and 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom is wonderfully large with a king size four poster bed. Bedroom 2 has a double bed and in bedroom 3 there is a single bed (with additional pull out single bed) bringing the maximum sleeping capacity to 6 guests.
Dogs are allowed with written permission for which there is a fixed fee of £25.
Arundel is a wonderful town with so much to do. It is dominated by the magnificent Arundel Castle (open end March to October) with its beautiful walled gardens and castle tours. Also in town there is a museum, the Cathedral and lovely walks through Arundel Park. If you walk down the hill in the park you will come to Swanbourne Lake where you can hire a boat to go rowing. A little further on is a bird wildlife centre. Also, close to the centre of town is mini golf, public tennis courts and a large lido all a short walk away.
This is a bustling market town with many shops and restaurants. At its centre is the magnificent Chichester Cathedral but you can also explore the city walls and the museum (The Novium), located very close to the Cathedral. The town also has a thriving theatre, a number of West End plays have shown here first. You can also take boat trips from the nearby marina.
If you drive south to the coast (about 15 minutes) you will come to Littlehampton which has the design award winning restaurant the East Beach Café and a part stone, part sand beach. The other side of the river in Littlehampton is a great fish and chip café called the West Beach Café with a part stone, part sandy beach. A little further away is Clymping beach, Middleton Beach and the most well known beach in the area West Wittering which is a lovely sandy beach but gets very busy at weekends and during school holidays so if you decide to go there you need to set off early to get a good spot on the beach!