Amberley Castle

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£1,423.10 per long weekend as of 12/03/2023

This 900-year-old West Sussex Castles offers luxury accommodation within medieval walls. Its stunning gardens are home to an 18-hole putting course and 2 lakes. There is free private parking on site, and Amberley Rail Station is a 10-minute walk away.

Amberley Castles 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 armour.

DINNING

Dining takes place in either The Queen's Room, with its barrel-vaulted ceiling dating back to the 12th century and open fire, or The Great Room, built in 1165 by Bishop Luffa of Chichester; a fine example of Norman architecture with its high lancet windows, open fireplace, oak flooring, tapestry and suits of armour.
The dress code for the dining room is smart casual, with no jeans or trainers.
Please note, well behaved children aged 8 years and over are welcome to dine in the restaurant. For children under the age of 8, a private dining room can be arranged at no extra cost.

ACCOMMODATION

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.

CLASSIC ROOMS sleeps 2 guests £1550 per long weekend B&B
The stylish and comfortable Classic Rooms embrace the charm of the Tower House Mews with views onto the 17th-century manor house and flowerbeds.
Knepp is located on the ground floor of the Tower House Mews; it has a modern and contemporary feel, with a luxurious sunken whirlpool bath. Homemade biscuits and mineral water greet you in your room. L'Occitane skin care and bath lotions, along with slippers and fluffy robes and a Vispring bed, complete your stay. Each room benefits from complimentary Wi-Fi access.

SUPERIOR ROOMS sleeps 2 guests £1454 per long weekend B&B
The stylish and contemporary Superior Rooms offer south-facing views of the dry moat, lakes and towards the South Downs; spacious ensuite bathrooms feature luxurious baths and some have separate showers.
The Bodiam & Camber Rooms are located on the ground floor of the Tower House Mews with original 14th-century lancet windows offering south-facing views looking over the dry moat, lakes and towards the South Downs. Crowhurst is located on the top floor of the Tower House Mews and has views looking on to the 17th-century manor house and flowerbeds. The bathroom features a luxurious bath and a separate walk-in shower. Homemade biscuits and mineral water greet you in your room. L'Occitane skin care and bath lotions, along with slippers and fluffy robes and a Vispring bed, complete your stay. Each room benefits from complimentary Wi-Fi access.

JUNIOR DELUXE SUITE sleeps 2 guests £1775 per long weekend B&B
The spacious Junior Deluxe Rooms feature exposed beams, contemporary styling with super king-size beds and luxurious bathrooms with roll-top baths and separate showers.
The Winchelsea and Pevensey Rooms are located on the ground floor in the Tower House Mews and feature modern bathrooms with luxurious king-size beds, as well as original 14th-century lancet windows offering south-facing views of the dry moat, lakes and towards the South Downs. Pevensey also has shared access to the 14th-century tower, which makes this a truly unique room.
Hastings and Rye are located on the top floor of the 17th-century manor house, with exposed original beams; views from out of the leaded windows look upon the Castles grounds.
These rooms can all be requested as twin-bedded. Winchelsea can accommodate one rollaway bed. Homemade biscuits and mineral water greet you in your room. L'Occitane skin care and bath lotions, along with slippers and fluffy robes and a Vispring bed, complete your stay. Each room benefits from complimentary Wi-Fi access.

GATEHOUSE SUITE sleeps 2 guests £1972 per long weekend B&B
Gatehouse Suites are located in the picturesque former 17th-century dairy, collectively known as the Bishopric, just outside the Castles walls. All of these rooms feature separate lounges and whirlpool bathroom
These rooms with their generous proportions are perfect for those wishing to experience Castles life with all the comforts and space of contemporary living.
There are five Gatehouse Suites in total; Wilfrid, Luffa, Sherborne, Seffrid and Reede.Wilfrid, Luffa and Sherborne have traditional four-poster beds. Seffrid and Reede can both accommodate one rollaway bed. Wilfrid and Luffa can both accommodate two rollaway beds. Homemade biscuits and mineral water greet you in your room. L'Occitane skin care and bath lotions, along with slippers and fluffy robes and a Vispring bed, complete your stay. Each room benefits from complimentary Wi-Fi access.

PREMIER DELUX ROOMS sleep 2 guests £2440 per long weekend B&B
The sumptuous Premier Deluxe Rooms boast original features and fabulous views, luxurious bathrooms and each is unique, designed with individual character, perfect for a relaxing Castles getaway with style.
There are five Premier Deluxe Rooms: Chichester, Arundel, Amberley, Lewes and Herstmonceux.
Hastings and Rye are located on the top floor of the 17th-century manor house, with exposed original beams; views from out of the leaded windows look upon the Castles grounds.
The Arundel and Amberley Rooms are both appointed with luxurious bathrooms and have separate walk-in showers and baths. These bedrooms are complemented by original granite fireplaces. Both rooms are located off the Gallery Landing on the first floor of the manor house. Arundel boasts stunning cathedral windows and Amberley a feature window seat offering views from the leaded windows onto the Castles grounds.
Amberley Castles 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.
The Lewes Room features a four-poster bed and luxurious bathroom with separate walk-in shower and bath. This room also offers a separate lounge area with panoramic south-facing views of the dry moat, lakes and countryside beyond.
The Herstmonceux has access to the 14th-century battlements and has a luxurious bathroom with a separate walk-in shower and bath. Views are of the Castles grounds. Both Lewes and Herstmonceux are located on the top floor of the Tower House Mews. Arundel can be requested as a twin-bedded room. Lewes can accommodate one rollaway bed. Chichester and Lewes have four-poster beds.
Homemade biscuits and mineral water greet you in your room. L'Occitane skin care and bath lotions, along with slippers and fluffy robes and a Vispring bed, complete your stay. Each room benefits from complimentary Wi-Fi access.

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