February 13, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Amberley Castle in Amberley, England
For 900 years, Amberley Castle has enjoyed a quiet existence near the picturesque village of Amberley in England's West Sussex countryside. Today, it remains a prime example of medieval architecture--complete with moat--while serving as a lavish small hotel. This member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux collection boasts just 19 bedrooms and suites, each individually transformed to complement the architecture. Every day here is a keepsake, ending with the spectacle of the awesome, two-ton oak portcullis being lowered for the night.
Reflecting the property's exciting history, with innovative contemporary influences, 4 distinctive dining venues range from The Great Room adorned with suits of armor, to the thatch-roof Mistletoe Lodge treehouse, where you might indulge in a private dinner for two. On the grounds, pursuits include tennis, croquet, strolls through landscaped gardens and practice on the 18-hole professional putting course. Out and about, you can compare your home away from home to magnificent Arundel Castle, or visit inviting regional villages, such as the market town of Battle.
Location of Amberley Castle
Nearest Airport: LHR
Amenities for Amberley Castle
- General Information
- 19 Guest Rooms
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Amberley Castle
Luxury and style steeped in history. Beautiful rooms and gardens, big comfortable beds, stylish classic bathrooms. Courteous friendly staff. Excellent food and wine. A very special castle to stay in. Booked via the website and got a 'Winter deal' excellent value for money.
jennycY964UC - Kent, United Kingdom
Fabulous stay in this very special castle. We were celebrating my husbands 50 th and the place we had booked had their kitchen flooded and cancelled us last minute. We rang Amberley in a panic and they could not be more helpful. Fabulous setting, lovely friendly staff and real attention to detail. The food was really fantastic...we though oh no... it is the modern nouveau cuisine.....tiny portions.... leaving you hungry.... but no! Fabulously presented, wonderful tastes and enough to feel pleasantly satisfied. A wonder round the castle grounds completed our stay..... will definitely return to this gem!
Alena L - London, England, United Kingdom
Super place to stay, absolute quality plus friendly and efficient team to serve/help you. We have looked at the hotel before and never had the chance to stay but did so for a special occasion. From the moment we arrived we felt comfortable the staff were attentive but not over the top. Our room Camber, was a standard room but plenty big enough and beautifully kept, could not fault it. lovely bed, which is not always the case with hotels! Breakfast was excellent, great choice, freshly cooked English breakfast not buffet style and a good selection of cereals/pastries etc.
Amazing night away. The staff were excellent, the ambience the same. Everything worked and it was a beautiful setting too. It was a very special place and well worth it. A nice place to go for a walk too.
Henry D - London, United Kingdom
As each year passes my wife and I search for somewhere different to stay for our wedding anniversary. Well this is certainly different. A medieval castle hidden away in the West Sussex countryside. The approach up the long drive towards to the portcullis is oh so different from the usual country house hotel. Itâ€™s magical. Entering the courtyard one is immediately struck by the medieval feel. What with high castle walls and stone and brick buildings built over a few hundred years. We had a standard room built against the walls. It was warm, comfortable and well decorated. A few steps took us into the main building where we found 3 lounges with wood fires. Ideal for an aperitif. We had two excellent meals and would recommend the tasting menu with accompanying wines. We had great fun trying to identify them. We arenâ€™t normally bad at this but there were a few curved balls. I would describe the food as contemporary and similar that found in Providores in Marylebone High St . Not surprising really as both head chefs are Antipodean. Dining is relatively informal and not as stuffy as one might imagine. My one comment on the dining room would be to lower the lighting level with some focussed lighting.
Geoff M - London, United Kingdom