Find a warm welcome and restful sleep at one of our comfortable hotels, where nothing is too much trouble.
Base yourself close to Chichester Harbour, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and make the most of the walking and cycling on your doorstep, indulge your love of sailing or watersports or explore the area’s heritage and warm hospitality. Accommodation here includes The Millstream Hotel, which began life as three 17th Century workmen’s cottages and is now a family owned and run 35-bedroom hotel set within landscaped gardens where rooms offer Hypnos beds made up with luxury linen, soft bathrobes, and a complimentary glass of wine on arrival. There’s even a waterside thatched cottage reached by a small bridge over the stream, where suites boast French windows that lead into a secluded private garden with patio seating.
City Centre breaks
With cobbled streets steeped in history, fascinating heritage to uncover, beautiful green spaces, great art galleries and theatre, a fantastic mix of independent, high street and high-end shops and hidden waterways, as well as an abundant variety of cuisines on offer at the city’s restaurants, the only problem here is where to stay! There’s a range of options to suit all budgets. The Chichester Harbour Hotel & Spa prides itself on an inviting atmosphere, where you’ll not only rest on 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, but also find luxurious toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and slippers, and make use the spa facilities if a little pampering is required. The family friendly Premier Inn and Travelodge provide easy access to the city’s attractions and offer great value for money.
Soak up South Downs Countryside
Base yourself amid the rolling countryside of the South Downs National Park at The Goodwood Hotel on the Goodwood Estate, home of legendary events including the annual Festival of Speed. Here you’ll be able to enjoy on-site spa facilities and a dining experience which is a must for any foodie at flagship restaurant, Farmer, Butcher, Chef. Dogs are made very welcome here, and they’ll love the opportunities to explore the glorious Sussex scenery.
Marvellous Market Towns
Make a weekend escape to a historic market town for a weekend of browsing independent shops and boutiques, uncovering a treasure trove of antiques, long lazy lunches and delicious dining. Petworth’s The Angel Inn where you’ll find thoughtful amenities and luxurious decor, Arundel’s Park Hotel which offers excellent service with a genuine smile, and The Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa in Midhurst which boasts views of the Cowdray Ruins from its ‘Jousting Room’ and The Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa, one of England’s oldest coaching inns, which houses the oldest surviving wig closet, are just a few options.