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The Town House
65 High Street
Arundel
Sussex

BN18 9AJ | View map
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The Town House Restaurant with rooms is a splendid Regency building situated in a commanding High Street position overlooking Arundel Castle. It is just a few minutes walk from a whole range of antique shops and historic sites in this beautiful Georgian town.

Stunning architecture and elegant en-suite bedrooms set this delightful Bed and Breakfast establishment apart.Here we've set out to create a special style of accommodation, with the ground floor restaurant offering superb food.What's more, you'll enjoy the sort of individual attention and fine cuisine expected from a renowned chef. Upstairs our select number of rooms retain the unspoilt style of the building.

Since Lee and Katie Williams took over The Town House in February 2006 it has been awarded with 2 Rosettes and 4stars from The AA, The Silver Award and 4stars from Visit Britain Tourist Board and voted one of the best newcomers of 2007 in the Good Hotel Guide 2007.The Townhouse has also been recommended in The Michelin Guide 2008

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
AA 2 Rosettes
VisitBritain 4 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: From £85
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Fine Dining
Chef: Lee Williams
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided - Restaurant
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No Smoking Rooms - Thoughout house
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms - Freeview

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