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B and Bs in Angmering

Angmering Manor
High Street
Angmering
Sussex

BN16 4AG | View map

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Situated in the heart of Angmering Village, West Sussex, this 16th century manor house offers a selection of striking, individually styled and furnished bedrooms and a wonderful restaurant and bar.
When you arrive at Angmering Manor you'll find that you can take a swim in the indoor pool; enjoy a leisurely aperitif beside an open fire in the oak panelled bar; and dine amid garden views in the ŗ la carte restaurant, where home-made food is freshly prepared by an award-winning chef.
Thought to have been built in the 16th century by Missionaries, Angmering Manor has been completely refurbished throughout to offer modern facilities in a more traditional style.

As a resident you can enjoy complimentary use of the swimming pool and sauna, or a work-out in the mini gym. The hotel can also, by prior appointment, arrange holistic therapy and relaxing treatments for you during your stay.
Alternatively, simply relax and take morning coffee with the daily newspapers or afternoon tea in the beautiful garden. Itís your time; you choose.
You can enjoy a leisurely aperitif around an open fire in the oak-panelled bar before dining in the superb a la carte restaurant where all the homemade food is freshly prepared by the manor's own award-winning chef.

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