Charming Grade II listed Cottage built in 1868.

Charming Grade II listed Cottage built in 1868.

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our holiday home is charming Grade II listed cottage in the heart of the town of Arundel, home to Arundel Castle the seat of the Duke of Norfolk. Nestled on a quiet side road in the shadow of Arundel Cathedral, the cottage is within walking distance of Arundel Castle and the town centre, shops, bars, restaurants and Lido in the summer months. A perfect base for exploring this beautiful and historic town.

The cottage is fully equipped for a stay away. It is laid out over 3 floors. The ground floor is open plan with kitchen, dining and living areas. The living area has a log burning stove.

The first floor has a master bedroom with a superking bed and ensuite shower and toilet. There is also a main bathroom with a roll-top bath.

On the third floor there are two further bedrooms, one double and one single with a view out onto Arundel Cathedral.

Outside there is a private terrace at the front with a seating area and a communal garden at the rear.

Arundel is a charming, quaint town with an imposing castle, the seat of the current Duke of Norfolk and an impressive Cathedral. The town has antique shops, boutiques and many cafes and restaurants. It is close to the south coast of England (4 miles), on the edge of the South Downs National Park, a short distance away from the bustling city of Brighton and a stones throw from London.

Arundel is also a great base for visiting Goodwood.

Arundel has good connections to central London (90 minutes by train), Gatwick Airport (45 minutes) Portsmouth (40 minutes) and Brighton (30 minutes).

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More about us

  1. Were are a couple with two children aged 3 and 6.

  2. My husband works in London and I am a primary school teacher but I am at home with the children at the moment.

  3. We love days out with the children, playing at the beach, cycling, eating out and exploring new places.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Parsons Table, The Bay Tree, Butlers, The Burger Shop Co and many more
Cool bars
Butlers, The Red Lion, The White Swan, The Eagle
Cozy cafés
Mott and Bailey Cafe, Grounds and many more independent cafes in Arundel
Retail therapy
There are lots of Antique shops and small boutiques in Arundel.
Bit of culture
Lots of Art gallerys in Arundel
Walks in the park
South Downs National Park, Arundel Park
Day tripping
Arundel Castle, Arundel Cathedral, Brighton,

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