Located in the South of the United Kingdom and within easy reach of London, Arundel can be found nestled in the beautiful South Downs National Park in the county of West Sussex.
Home to the popular and highly-regarded Arundel Castle, Cathedral and Lido, as well as independent and unique pubs, hotels, restaurants and antique shops, there’s something for everyone in this stunning market town.
Arundel Castle and Cathedral
Explore 1,000 years of history at Arundel Castle and Cathedral. With both buildings having strong ties to some of Britain’s most important characters (the Castle was founded by Roger ‘the Great’ de Montgomery – one of the greatest magnates in England during William the Conqueror’s reign, while the Cathedral was commissioned by Henry, 15th Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal) there’s plenty to learn as you wander through the ancient corridors.
If you’re looking for great outdoor space, pay a visit to Arundel Castle Gardens or Arundel Wetlands, both providing views of nature at its very best year-round. Or, if you have children in tow, why not pay a visit to Arundel’s popular lido, offering fun for all ages.
Restaurants, hotels and pubs
As any great British market town would be, Arundel is home to a host of independent restaurants, pubs, cafes and hotels as well as some more popular chains including the Premier Inn.
What makes Arundel so unique however, is its history, which can be admired at every turn. Whether you’re looking to stay in or around Arundel, or are even looking for hotels near Arundel Castle, you’ll find something for you. There’s also something to tickle every taste bud – from Italian and Indian restaurants to cosy historic pubs and ice cream parlours, there’s something for all cravings and ages.
There’s no need to stop at history and eateries – Arundel is great for shopping too. While there are a range of independent shops and boutiques on offer, Arundel is famed for it’s antiques and contemporary art galleries, all housed within stunning historic buildings.