The market town of Arundel is situated in leafy West Sussex, a stone's throw from the Sussex coast and filled with stylish art galleries, independent shops and plenty of chic restaurants and bars.
You'll find an abundance of shops in the stylish town centre, from craft and gift shops to tiny delis selling delicious local produce and boutiques shops. Dining in Arundel is an eclectic mix of cosy gastro pubs, quaint tearooms, independent restaurants as well as more well-known high street names and traditional family-run establishments; most are happy to cater for children.
If you're travelling with the family, the magnificent Arundel Castle is open from April to October and makes a great choice for a family day out. The kids will love letting off steam in the gardens, or look out for the seasonal program of fun events, including civil war re-enactments and the annual MG Owners' Club Gathering. For a bit more culture and an insight into local history, make sure you don't miss Arundel Museum and Bignor Roman Villa.
Arundel is located amongst beautiful rural countryside and there are plenty of outdoors activities to keep you busy during your break - from canoeing and golfing to clay pigeon shooting, as well as lovely walks and cycling trails, or maybe just relax with a traditional cream tea at The Waterside tea gardens or take a trip to the coast which is within easy reach, as is the beautiful South Downs National Park.
Whether you're planning a cosy weekend away, for a family holiday take a look at Arundel holiday cottages today and come see for yourself all this corner of Sussex has to offer.
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