Arundel is a historic town nestled below the rolling hills of the South Downs with the river Arun running through it.
Arundel Castle, which dates back to 1067, is quite a sight as it sits above the town. The castle and its grounds are open to visitors.
The town has many more attractions including Arundel Cathedral, Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Arundel Park and Swanbourne Lake which are all worth a visit.
With plenty of quaint tea shops, pubs and restaurants there is something for everyone.
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The Farm has been family run for the past 80 years, situated between Arundel and the sea.
The farm is mainly arable with a beef herd to graze the pastures.
The South Downs
An area of outstanding natural beauty with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Perfect for the more energetic, with walking, mountain biking and horse riding readily available.
The Sussex coastline provides many beaches. Nearby Climping and Littlehampton are only a 5 minute drive from the campsite. A little further away (15 miles) are the Witterings. West Wittering has a white sandy beach with a lovely walk around the headland and up to the Chichester Harbour inlet.
Provisions and Places of Interest
Arundel Butchers for great meat.
Pallant of Arundel for fine wine & cheeses.
Visit our friends in Pappardelle /Osteria located in the centre of Arundel for lovely Italian food or fantastic coffee.
The White Hart is a great pub with a small beer garden and good selection of wine and local beer and an excellent tapas menu.
For wildlife, ducks and boat rides visit the WWT Arundel Wetland Centre http://www.wwt.org.uk/visit-us/arundel
Visit Polly at Squibbly Biskit for children’s clothes.
If you are interested in fly fishing contact http://www.chalksprings.com. Mention billycan camping and get a 10% discount.
Contemporary art lovers visit the Zimmer Stewart Gallery for exhibits from local and international artists.
For anything from a toothbrush to cereal please visit our friend Frank at Larkin’s.
Or you can leave Arundel and head down towards the sea and visit East Beach Cafe and eat in an amazing building with breathtaking views.
Chichester is a 12 mile drive away. Set within Roman walls it retains a historic charm yet has a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
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