The Amberley Castle, Arundel, UK is a unique luxury hotel located in the picturesque village of Amberley at the foot of the South Downs.

Privately owned by Andrew and Christina Brownsword, this magnificent 900-year-old castle is enclosed by a 60-foot high curtain wall and portcullis that remains open, behind which you will discover an enchanting hotel offering the highest standards of food and service. Bedrooms are resplendent with the luxurious facilities you would expect from a country house hotel.

History encompasses every part of this wonderful building and the many acres of gardens it stands in. Enjoy discovering our tennis courts, 18-hole putting green and croquet lawn, and even our resident peacock roaming the grounds. For those seeking tranquillity and relaxation, there are many quiet corners to discover under the shade of a tree or by the fireside. The Amberley Castle has been awarded 4 AA Red Stars and 3 AA Rosettes for its fantastic food. You can dine in the 12th-century Queen’s Room with its vaulted ceiling, or the Great Room, with oak flooring, a tapestry, and suits of armor.

The elegant bedrooms are furnished with antiques and fine fabrics, and biscuits will be waiting for you on arrival. Each room also comes with fluffy bathrobes, slippers, a flat-screen TV, and facilities for making tea and coffee. The stylish rooms offer both contemporary decor and period details. Some rooms have lounge areas and whirlpool baths, as well as 4-poster beds. There’s an elegant restaurant with a 12th-century barrel-vaulted ceiling (children age 8 and over are welcome). There’s afternoon tea. Leisure facilities include tennis courts, an 18-hole putting green, a croquet lawn and a treehouse. The hotel is home to peacocks and alpacas.

Housed on 12 garden acres, this grand 900-year-old castle hotel is a 16-minute walk from Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre and 3.3 miles from Parham House and Gardens.
Amberley Castle is completely enclosed by its old wall and retains a portcullis that gets lowered at night. You can climb the ramparts for stunning views, play tennis on site, and there is also a croquet lawn to enjoy.