Arundel, West Sussex | Sleeps Up to 7 | Bedrooms 3 | Parking: Nearby | Wi-Fi: Yes
From £738 – £1300 per week (3 night minimum stay)
The Townhouse has a typically Georgian, red brick exterior and a cool, calm, understated but fantastically stylish interior. As is typical of houses of this period it is arranged over four floors – which means there is plenty of space for up to seven guests to socialise, or to spread out and enjoy some peace and quiet. The lower ground floor enjoys a very modern and well-equipped kitchen, with a stylish mix of modern white gloss units, flooring and worktop and white-painted brick that reveals the Townhouse’s history.
The adjoining dining room seats eight in comfort, and this floor opens onto the secluded town garden – alfresco dining awaits. On the floor above there is a very grown up drawing room with plenty of comfortable seating for relaxing or conversation. The three bedrooms and bathrooms also offer the same understated luxury – grey tones, French antique-style furniture, fluffy carpets, delicious bed linen and soft throws all make this a space you’ll never want to leave. But leave you must! Arundel has a plethora of things to see and do and is perfectly situated in the hills of the magnificent South Downs and just 10 minutes from the beach.
Kitchen: The kitchen has a dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, oven and hob, toaster and kettle. There is a separate seating area with a long table seating 8 people.
Living Room: Double reception room with TV, two sofas and an armchair
Bedroom 1: Super king-sized bed, bedside tables, lamps, sofa area
Bedroom 2: Super king-sized bed which can be split into 2 singles, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 3: Two single beds, bed side tables, lamps
Bathroom 1: Bath with shower attachment, toilet, sink
Bathroom 2: Shower, toilet, sink
Bathroom 3: Shower, toilet, sink Garden: Beautiful walled garden with table and chairs seating 6 on a large terrace.
Parking: On the street is unrestricted Dogs: No pets are allowed at this property
Children: Children of all ages are welcome and there is a travel cot and high chair available if requested.
Please note: The total no of people, including children, is 7.
Arundel is an absolutely stunning market town with an impressive back drop of both Arundel Castle and Cathedral. Set in the heart of the South Downs National Park yet only a few miles from the coast, it makes for the perfect holiday destination. The Townhouse is situated on Maltravers Street, one of the prettiest in Arundel and is only a short walk from Arundel’s restaurants and shops. The closest train station is Arundel station which is situated on the outskirts of the town. Direct trains are around 1 hour 20 minutes from London. Arundel is a 1 ½ hour drive from London, 10 minutes from Goodwood and only 3 miles from the beach.
Things to do
Food & drink You are spoilt for choice for café’s and restaurants in Arundel. For coffee, smoothies and brunch, head to The Loft on the top floor of Sparks Yard, a beautiful grade II listed warehouse filled with beautiful gifts. For excellent Italian fare go to Pappardelle for top quality and seasonal ingredients. Downstairs, Osteria is more informal but just as fabulous. Other favourites include; The Townhouse, Butlers and The Parsons table. Head to The Black Rabbit for views across the river of Arundel Castle, it’s the perfect spot for an alfresco drink.
To do Arundel is famous for its majestic mediaeval castle and it’s jaw dropping cathedral. Once you’ve done that, enjoy a mooch around the arrange of fantastic antique and gift shops. Kids and adults alike will love taking a rowing boat out on Swanbourne lake or spotting some otters at the nearby Wetlands centre. Indulge in some pampering at nearby Bailiff’s court or perhaps watch the sunset with some fish and chips on nearby West Beach or Climping.