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Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa

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Bailiffscourt with its gothic mullioned windows and gnarled oak beams exudes the mysteries of the middle ages and yet it is an extraordinary architectural fantasy - a 'Medieval Manor' built in 1927 by Lord Moyne. The original stone and woodwork was gathered from all over England to complete the series of buildings that is Bailiffscourt. The recently opended award winning health spa offers guests the luxury of both indoor and outdoor heated pools, spas and hot tubs, steam room, sauna, gymnasium and beauty treatment rooms.

Thirty nine rooms, many with four poster beds, open log fires and beautiful views.

Our 'Music Room' is licensed for Civil Wedding Ceremonies and a blessing can take place in our Norman Chapel.

Set in 30 acres of parkland and walled gardens with a five minute walk to Climping Beach.

Price per room (including breakfast):
Standard Double: 205 (185 single)
Superior: 265; (225 single)
Deluxe: 340; (275 single)
Suite: 395; (340 single)

Prices based on 2 people sharing, mid week special rate, includes dinner bed and breakfast per room per night, Monday to Thursday:
Standard Double: 245 (165 single)
Superior: 310; (200 single)
Deluxe: 355; (220 single)
Feature: 410; (252 single)

Weekends are subject to a two night stay and rates start from 300 per night for dinner, bed & breakfast based on two sharing a standard room. Please do ring Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa on 01903 723 511 if we can help further.

Gatwick 35 miles, London 62 miles, Brighton 23 miles, Chichester 8 miles.

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Number of Rooms: 39
Number Ensuite: 39
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Name: Tapestry
Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: Russell Williams

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Room Service
Disabled Access - Limited
Open All Year
Tennis Court
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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