TO DO AND SEE
Arundel combines 1000 years of history with shops, art galleries, cafes, restaurants, pubs, great attractions and a thriving events calendar.
Nearby Goodwood offers a host of attractions with Goodwood House, Glorious Goodwood racecourse, the Golf Club and the motor circuit with Festival of Speed & Revival meetings
The South Downs National Park offers simply some of the most breathtaking and invigorating
views, walks, bike & horse rides
There is so much to do and see in this area - walking, cycling, horse riding or canoeing on the Arun, exploring wildlife in the wetlands, visiting the many heritage sites etc.
The George is a firm favourite with walkers - Arundel is just 25 minutes away, and ramblers and dog-walkers are always warmly welcomed here!
he George at Burpham is situated just over two miles from Arundel in
the picturesque village of Burpham ( the clue's in the name!), surrounded by the local church, village hall and cricket ground, which has beautiful views of the South Downs National Park. <AERIAL VIEW>
You can walk to the pub from Arundel along the riverbank in about 25 minutes. There are also bridal ways, cycling routes and public footpaths in the surrounding areas for all to enjoy. Arundel itself exudes history and tradition, with its Cathedral and Norman castle, home to the Dukes of Norfolk for over 800 years. The River Arun winds its way through the town and the area's attractions include the Arundel Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Swanbourne Lake, together with the town's many shops and galleries.
Regular festivals take place throughout the year in Arundel, especially the Arundel Festival in August, and nearby tourist destinations include Chichester, Goodwood, Fontwell, Bognor Regis, the South Coast beaches and resorts and the South Downs National Park.