Arundel (England)

Arundel Castle

Arundel is a historical town in West Sussex in the South East of England.


Arundel sits at the midpoint of the South Downs, and is named after the River Arun, which passes through the western part of the town. The town is steeped in history, and was mentioned in the Norman Domesday Book.

Get in

By car

Arundel is on the main coast road through West Sussex, the A27, which runs east to Worthing, Brighton and Hove, and west to Chichester, Portsmouth and Southampton. The A284 links Arundel to nearby Littlehampton to the south and London via the A29.

By train

Arundel is linked by train to Littlehampton Bognor Regis & Worthing to the south, plus Chichester, Portsmouth and Brighton. Regular daily services operate from London Victoria and Gatwick Airport.

Get around

Arundel is very compact, and you can easily discover it's charms on foot, although the High Street is set on a very steep hill. Take your time and make the climb up the hill via St Nichola'Church to the Cathedral, well worth the climb.

By bus

The town is serviced by buses operated by Stagecoach and Compass Travel.

By taxi

There is taxi rank at Arundel Station and information can be found at Arundel Visitor Information Centre


Sanctuary of the Arundel Cathedral




Arundel has many pubs located around the town:


There are a number of hotels and places to stay in and around Arundel.

Go next

Other places of interest in the Arundel area:

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