About Arundel

Arundel is a unique and historic market town in the heart of the Sussex countryside, and only minutes from the coast. Dominated by the symbolic Arundel Castle and the rising spire of the town’s Cathedral, it nestles within the southern spur of the South Downs. Its uninterrupted views of glorious landscapes, its unique plethora of craft and antique shops as well as a diverse range of restaurants and lovely walks, all make Arundel the perfect place for a weekend away.

The no.1 guide to all that’s on in Arundel can be found at www.arundel.org.uk

Visitor information: www.sussexbythesea.com

 

Click on the link to watch the Arundel Promotional Video

http://www1.arun.gov.uk/arundelPromotional.htm

 


Walking Breaks


Brooklands is an ideal location for a walking group to base themselves. Bridget Glynne-Jones is a local walking enthusiast and experienced guide who can arrange and lead tailor-made walks from Brooklands to the surrounding countryside. Whether you’d like a long walk, a short walk, picnic stops, hills or flat – Bridget can provide what you are looking for. Please refer to www.b-footloose.co.uk.


The South Downs


On 31 March 2009 the South Downs became Britain’s ninth National Park – and Brooklands is ideally placed to explore this fantastic landscape.

See links below for further information on the South Downs:

www.defra.gov.uk
www.naturalengland.org.uk
www.visitsouthdowns.com
www.wildlifetrusts.org




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