Premier Deluxe Rooms

Chichester, Arundel,  Amberley, Lewes & Herstmonceux

‘Chichester’, for those seeking the ultimate ‘Room for romance’ is located on the top floor of the manor house with an opulent four-poster bed, genuine antique furnishings and an original fireplace with a working gas log fire making this a truly special room.

The luxuriously appointed bathroom has a separate walk in shower with a raised bath that looks out on the gardens from leaded windows to undisturbed and spectacular views of the Amberley wild brooks, South Downs and castle grounds.

'Arundel' and 'Amberley' both appointed with luxurious bathrooms have seperate walk-in showers and baths. These bedrooms are complimented by original granite fireplaces with gas log fires, perfect to settle down next to with a good book. Both rooms are located off the Gallery Landing on the first floor of the Manor House

Enjoy ‘Arundel’ with stunning Cathedral windows overlooking the 1920’s yew topiary, statuary and views of the 14th century castle walls or stay in ‘Amberley’ complete with a feature window seat offering views from the leaded windows onto the verdant lawns and manicured flower beds.

Both located on the top floor of the Tower House mews:

‘Lewes’ with its separate lounge offers panoramic south facing views of the dry moat, lakes and the majestic Southdown’s’. Featuring a four poster bed and luxurious bathroom with separate walk-in shower and bath.

‘Herstmonceux’ offers views of the manicured gardens featuring 1920’s topiary and statuary. With a luxurious bathroom offering a separate walk-in shower and bath. Herstmonceaux has access to the 14th century tower making this a truly unique room, that gives a genuine medieval castle experience.


For further information, or to make your reservation, please call
01798 831 992 or email info@amberleycastle.co.uk

 

 

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