FishbourneCopyright Simon Carey

Fishbourne is most famous for its Roman links, the celebrated Boy on Dolphin mosaic discovered there, and its palace remains on view. The village is at the edge of lovely Chichester with its many attractions... Read More

Hotels in Fishbourne - 3 places to stay

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The Woolpack Inn

The Woolpack Inn
The Woolpack Inn is a family run pub hotel in this historic Roman village. The Woolpack itself is built on a Roman monument.With the famous Fishbourne Roman Palace a short walk and Chichester harbour also,The ... More | visit website
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The Bulls Head

The Bulls Head
The Bulls Head is a 17th Century converted farmhouse situated in the picturesque village of Fishbourne; West Sussex. The Bulls Head Fishbourne is an ideal location for business or pleasure; close to many top local ... More | visit website

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Woolpack Inn (0.47 miles)

Woolpack Inn

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The Woolpack Inn has ten newly refurbished rooms all en-suite with a choice of shower or bath, colour T.v and coffee making facilities 1 of which is a family room.Ten secure ... More

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The Boathouse Bosham (0.69 miles)

The Boathouse Bosham

This superbly renovated house in the historical sailing village of Bosham, just outside Chichester, has two ground floor rooms allocated for guests. The guest rooms are independently accessed and therefore provide private and secure accommodation ... More | visit website

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Charters B&B (1.46 miles)

Charters B&B

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Charters is an attractive home in the heart of the picturesque sailing village of Bosham, 3 miles from the Cathedral city of Chichester. Just a short walk from the beautiful ... More | visit website

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Millstream Hotel and Restaurant (1.61 miles)

Millstream Hotel and Restaurant

The Millstream nestles in the heart of Old Bosham, an historic village on the shores of Chichester Harbour, combining the elegance of an English country house with the character and charm of an eighteenth century ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Chichester (1.61 miles)

Premier Inn Chichester
Ideally located within easy reach of the A27. Conveniently located for Chichester train station. Situated on Chichester Gate leisure park with facilities such as a cinema and bowling alley just a short walk from the ... More | visit website
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The Vestry (1.77 miles)

The Vestry

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Nestling in the buzzing Cathedral City of Chichester you will find the Vestry. Our ensuite rooms offer everything you will need for a pampered and relaxing stay. From fresh, crisp ... More

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North Walls Cottage (1.84 miles)

North Walls Cottage

North Walls Cottage is a charming Grade II listed period mid-terrace self-catering cottage situated within the city walls of historic Chichester. It is located on a quiet one way road at the top of North ... More | visit website

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The George & Dragon Inn (1.87 miles)

The George & Dragon Inn
The George and Dragon is a family run bar with a restaurant and accommodation, situated in an ideal location in the heart of the historical city of Chichester. We are set directly on the North Walls walk ... More | visit website
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Ship Hotel (1.88 miles)

Ship Hotel

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The Ship only is the only hotel located within the old city walls of the historic city of Chichester. The Grade 2 listed building sits minutes away from the world ... More

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Crouchers Country Hotel (1.90 miles)

Crouchers Country Hotel
Crouchers Bottom Country Hotel is an early 1900's farmhouse converted to house 18 luxury bedrooms. Close to the harbour yet situated in open countryside.

Crouchers Bottom is an ideal location for a stress free break. ... More | visit website

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