Our recommended section highlights all that Arundel and the surrounding area has to offer. Browse through our selection of recommended restaurants, activities and pubs.
EAT & DRINK
“The George & Dragon” reputedly one of the oldest 3 pubs in Sussex has a wealth of charm & character. Nestling amongst the rolling hills of the Sussex Downs National Park the pub garden has some of the most breathtaking views across the countryside.
However, it is conveniently located within easy reach of the historical towns of Arundel & Chichester as well as Goodwood.
Amberley Black Horse is a pub and restaurant located in the centre of the picturesque village of Amberley in West Sussex, nestling in the stunning South Down’s National Park. The Amberley Black Horse is the perfect environment for customers to relax with a pint or a cocktail, take a quick snack as they conquer the South Downs Way, enjoy a celebration supper or settle for a weekend stay in idyllic surroundings.
Visit the award-winning, independent Arundel brewery that has been brewing since 1992. The brewery is run by a family of craft beer fanatics and their aim is to create the most delicious and flavoursome beers possible.
Five of our beers (Uptown, Dragonfly, Maple Stout, Blueberry Imperial and Battle of the Oats) are No.1 in their categories in the South of England on the beer review site Untappd.
Imagine the luxury that would once have surrounded the proud owner of the lavish Fishbourne Roman Palace & Gardens. Stroll around the recreated Roman gardens – the earliest gardens found anywhere in the country – and enjoy the largest collection of mosaics in situ in the UK.
Climping Beach is a quiet rural beach located about halfway between Littlehampton and Bognor. Like many of the beaches along this stretch of the Sussex coast, it is made up of shingle and pebbles held in place by a series of wooden groynes. As the tide goes out a vast expanse of sand is exposed.
One of Climping’s claims to fame is it was used as a location in a couple of episodes of Doctor Who in the 60s and 70s.
The home of the Duke and Duchess of Richmond and Gordon combines the glamour of a great English country house with the warmth of a family home. It also provides a dramatic setting for one of the most significant private art collections in the country. The State Apartments, restored to their full Regency splendour, reflect the exoticism and opulence of this period. Visit Goodwood House.
Cowdray is a dynamic and progressive Estate. As a destination Cowdray offers a range of premium country pursuits from golf on our Championship course, our award-winning clay-pigeon shooting school, fly fishing on the River Rother, walking, cycling, riding, polo, both spectating and learning to play, to hospitality at the Farm Shop & Café, holiday cottages, wedding venues and the stunning Cowdray House, set at the heart of the Estate, available for private stays and events.