Hotels in West Sussex

  • The Millstream, BOSHAM, West Sussex

    On the road leading to the harbour in a Saxon village, this hotel has been owned by the Wild family for almost 40 years. Clare Sherlock, ne Wild, is the manager. Originally a row of 17th-century

  • The Town House, ARUNDEL, West Sussex

    'An excellent restaurant with pleasant rooms and welcoming staff.' Guide inspectors found much to like at this restaurant-with-rooms, a Grade II listed Regency building at the top of the High Street

  • Gravetye Manor, EAST GRINSTEAD, West Sussex

    There is a 'lovely smell of wood smoke' from the open fires at this luxury hotel (Relais & Châteaux) set in 'beautiful countryside'. Once the home of William Robinson, the pioneer of the

  • The Royal Oak, EAST LAVANT, West Sussex

    'A busy country pub with a warm and cosy restaurant', Charles Ullmann's 200-year-old inn is in a village at the foot of the South Downs. 'The decor is rustic, with bare brick, flint walls and oak

  • The Old Store, HALNAKER, West Sussex

    'Extremely good value', Patrick and Heather Birchenough's B&B is 'in an excellent position for exploring Chichester and the countryside'. Close to the Goodwood estate, the Grade II listed Georgian

  • The Old Railway Station, PETWORTH, West Sussex

    The train on the platform may not be going anywhere but it provides 'a unique and nostalgic experience' that more than 'lives up to expectation'. On a disused railway line, a renovated Victorian

  • Park House, BEPTON, West Sussex

    'A lovely, peaceful place to stay', the O'Brien family's 'pretty' country hotel stands in 'immaculate' gardens between Midhurst and the South Downs. Rebecca Coonan is the manager. 'All the staff were

  • Langshott Manor, GATWICK, West Sussex

    In large, well-kept grounds close to the airport, this ‘beautiful’ Elizabethan timber-framed manor house (part of the small Alexander Ggroup) has many period features (exposed beams, oak panels and

  • The Crab & Lobster, SIDLESHAM, West Sussex

    'Better than ever.' Peacefully located on the banks of the Pagham Harbour nature reserve, this 350-year-old inn has been renovated in spare, modern style by structural engineer-turned-hotelier Sam

  • Rooks Hill, CHICHESTER, West Sussex

    'Amenable owners, pleasant fellow guests,' were found by a Guide inspector visiting Ron and Lin Allen's Grade II listed B&B. Originally a farmhouse, it is at the foot of the South Downs. 'We were