TRANQUIL GETAWAY

Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

THE PERFECT GETAWAY

Set in the Arun Valley in West Sussex sits the little hamlet of Wepham and Arundel View cottage. Elevated on Perry Hill it provides spectacular views looking to the south west towards Arundel Castle and the the lovely town of Arundel itself. To the north-west the vista looks towards the gap in the Downs where the Arun carves its way from the Sussex Weald to the sea. Because of its location the cottage is ideal for walkers, nature lovers, bird watchers, trail runners and mountain bikers. Its also ideal for guests just wanting to find a place to unwind and not move from this little haven.

Our cottage

ROOM RATES

We operate a two night stay minimum during the week and on the weekends.

Autumn / Winter
from £340/night
  • Top quality hotel-grade mattresses
  • Crisp white linen
  • Cosy duvets
Spring / Summer
from £380/night
  • Top quality hotel-grade mattresses
  • Crisp white linen
  • Cosy duvets
Christmas
from £540/night
  • Top quality hotel-grade mattresses
  • Crisp white linen
  • Cosy down duvets
Bank Holidays
from £500/night
  • Top quality hotel-grade mattresses
  • Crisp white linen
  • Cosy down duvets
“Lovely location with uninterrupted views towards Arundel castle. Comfortable, clean and luxurious accommodation. Loved it!.”
Rosemary Tyler

COTTAGE ETIQUETTE

We strive to provide every one of our guests with the best possible experience and quality of stay. For this reason we have a number of rules that our guests are asked to abide by. • Strictly no smoking inside the buildings. • Regret no stag or hen parties. • No pets allowed on beds or furniture (see additional charges for pets); Any damages incurred will be the responsibility of the pet owner. • Arundel View Cottage is located in a National Park which is shared by nature lovers and walkers; therefore no loud music allowed at any time. • No fireworks or bonfires. • Leave the Cottage in the same state of cleanliness and general condition as they found it.

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