Holiday Cottages In Arundel To Rent
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The impressive Arundel Castle is a must visit when staying in the area. This imposing, restored castle has beautiful gardens and holds various events throughout the year. Arundel Lido is perfect for cooling off on a hot day, and a stroll along the river won’t go amiss any time of year. This is a great spot for venturing further into the beautiful South Downs or even taking a day trip to the beach.
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Arundel To Rent.
anthony - verified booking
"This is a character built all oak timber cottage that could make a great holiday home.The one thing that lets it down is it is filled with sale room clutter.Every room is furnished with pieces of bric -a brac, Edwardian furniture and coastal ornaments.they cover every conceivable surface.Window sills ,ledges,table tops,screwed to the walls,hanging from the ceiling.This would not be too bad if they were clean,but everthing is dusty and covered in cobwebs.Up in the rafters are corn dollys and teddy bears that have not been dusted for months.The bedrooms are large but there is no where to put your clothes because all floor space is filled with dainty chairs with soft toys on,writing desks you cant put anything in.wash stands with Victorian jugs on.we had to take a table out of the bathroom with a great array of ferns in to access the bath.All the windows were hung with dusty beige lace curtains eliminating 75% of the light .The first thing my wife did was to take them down and tie back the curtains to let some light in the rooms.Even the small courtyard outside wasn't immune,filled with wooden chairs and broken down benches that couldn't be sat on,plants dying in their troughs.This all drove my wife mad.She would have loved to have spent a month here with a large skip to declutter the place and put some decent lighting in to brighten it up."
Sue - verified booking
"Excellent quirky cottage set near to South Downs. Open plan lounge, kitchen, dining area - bit smaller than expected, especially with 4 people (2 adults & 2 teenagers) - hence reason for 9s rather than 10s throughout. However, quality of bathrooms, kitchen facilities, bed linen and 5-6ft beds soon made up for this and other little extras.TV ok, couldn't get DVD to work though, otherwise all kitchen/bedroom equipment excellent. Loved high ceilings, oak beams/kitchen units - would have been interesting to know original history of building/conversion in house book details.Loved it and ideal for a week. Village of Findon fantastic - 2 great real ale pubs with great food too, excellent Indian restaurant (and other eating places too), brilliant & friendly village shop, butchers/fresh vegetables, tea/cake shop, steak restaurant++++ - amazing facilities for such a small village. Had several walks on South Downs Way (recommend Seven Sisters Nature Reserve), trip to Portsmouth only 1 hr away, Chichester, Beachy Head etc. We all loved it."
Barbara - verified booking
"This was the most unique house we have ever stayed in - an absolute delight. We spent last Easter there, giving it 10 out of 10 and no doubt we would have booked it again. However, owing to the fact that half way through our stay the property was sold and the purchasers paid us a rather threatening late night visit, demanding we handed over keys and for us to vacate the property there and then as we were now in fact trespassing, resulting in us being forced to call the police out as we were concerned for the safety of our 5 year old grandchild asleep upstairs, I feel I am unable to give this holiday any sort of positive rating. We left as soon as we could the following morning having been told a locksmith would be arriving to change the lock, breaking down the door if necessary. As far as we understand, this listed property is to be split into two and re-sold, so doubt it will be available to rent again."
Margaret - verified booking
"I have written to you regarding S13787 It is on a very noisy road, with a level crossing nearby. We were led to believe that the field was used for Agility Training, not for a succession of dogs to be exercised each half an hour. The gate made a noise each time the dog walker changed, my dogs hated it, they were confused. They became stressed and noisy We knew we could only use the field twice daily, but didn't realise this applied to getting rid of poo bags or using the washing machine. There was CCTV surveillance all the time and security lights. We are quiet at home with no traffic and darkness at night. We did not sleep, neither did the dogs, so we left on Tuesday. We didn't go anywhere, it was so hot, too hot for the dogs and Hilary who is recovering from a stroke. I got the impression we were expected to be out in the day, We didn't take any photos We certainly would not visit again."
Enid - verified booking
"The cottage is very conveniently situated for places of interest in this West Sussex area, with Worthing town center and sea front just a few minutes drive away. We made use of the little group of shops close by, and to have the excellent park across the road where dogs can run off lead is a great asset. In the cottage there are books in the bookshelves, and games and toys tucked away for any younger members of a family. The kitchen, although not large, was well equipped with considerable thought, and throughout the cottage were little touches that all added to making it a welcoming 'home'. The wonderful log fire at the end of the day was a real bonus, all adding to make the week just a little bit special. I hope the cottage and its history will be preserved for many years to come, for many to enjoy as we did."