‘The Dolls House’ is located in the very heart of Arundel on the High Street. As its name suggests this Georgian house is appealing and charming with three sunny bedrooms, two bathrooms and many character features throughout including wooden floorboards, sash windows and working fires in the both the living room and kitchen.
The entrance hall leads into a newly fitted kitchen/dining room and through to a pretty courtyard garden to enjoy the summer sun. The kitchen table seats 6. There is also a living room and study on the ground floor as well as utility room areas with washing machine and dryer.
The master bedroom has a king size bed and an en-suite shower room. There is a luxury family bathroom with bath and separate steam room/shower which serves bedrooms 2 and 3.
Bedroom 2 is very spacious and has 2 single beds which can be put together to make a super king size bed. Bedroom 3 has a single bed with a pull out full-size trundle bed which brings the maximum sleeping capacity to 6.
The Dolls House is set in the very best part of Arundel town – moments away from the river, Arundel Castle and the bustling shops, cafes and restaurants of the High Street.
There is no private parking for The Dolls House but there is a Pay & Display carpark tucked away across the road and parking is unrestricted a little further down the road past the castle.
There is so much to do in Arundel town itself that you will find that you don’t need a car unless you want to sightsee further afield. There is the majestic Arundel Castle to be explored as well as Arundel Cathedral, the museum, Arundel Lido, mini golf, tennis, bowls and river trips all within a 5 minute walk of The Dolls House. For those who enjoy shopping there are wonderful antique shops all over town and gift shops in both the High Street and Tarrant Street. There are an abundance of cafes and restaurants all within a few minutes’ walk and a fabulous deli and butcher just around the corner.
If you stroll on past the Castle you will reach the tranquil Swanbourne Lake where you can hire a rowing boat. Wildlife enthusiasts will also enjoy The Wetlands Centre where the children can feed ducks and geese and you can see water voles and a multitude of bird wildlife in their natural habitat. From there you can walk up through Arundel Park to enjoy the magnificent countryside and views over the South Downs.
A little further afield the beach is only a 15 minute drive from Arundel and there are Roman ruins, National Trust gardens and local places of interest in abundance. Brighton is approximately 45 minutes away as is Portsmouth should you be interested in the famous historic dockyards.
Please leave the house in a clean and tidy condition at the end of your stay with all washing up done and bins out. This holiday let house does not come with household basics so you please add tea, coffee, toilet roll etc to your shopping list. There is a travel cot at the house if you need one but you will need to bring all sheets and bedding to suit your baby.