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White Swan Hotel
16 Chichester Road
Arundel
Sussex

BN18 0AD | View map

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With its full refurbishment The White Swan Hotels is now back on Arundel’s map! Now part of Pebble Hotels, The White Swan has strived to create a contemporary edge to this traditional property with a blend of oak beams, open fires, bold fabrics and striking artwork.

The beautiful bar and restaurant with its mix of rich and tranquil colours is a delightful space to enjoy our new menus and specials over a chilled glass of wine. We have created a new relaxing lounge area where diners and residential guests alike can unwind after a long day.

We are delighted with our new look bedrooms! The light colour scheme in the rooms picks out the little extra touches such as the bright scatter cushions on the plush bed and the vibrate curtains that frame the landscape views. The bedrooms have clean lines with a modern feel, and all personal amenities, 24 hour room service, internet connection and tea and coffee making facilities. Be it for business or pleasure all in all they give our guests a beautiful space to unwind.

And there’s more...The White Swan has three function rooms. The largest, the Sussex Suite, provides not only a great meeting room for business users but also an ideal space for dinner dances and weddings.

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No Smoking Rooms
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