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“A most quaint hotel in rural Sussex”
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Angmering Manor
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Angmering
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 31 August 2014

The overall impression was that the place was in a time warp. Lovely panelled walls, twisting stairways, little corridors, providing the ambience of a step back in time.
The room was pleasant with perhaps the need of some refreshing paint especially as there was the stain of a leak through one of the sloping ceilings.
All staff were most friendly & helpful.
Downside that there were only 2 small windows that opened so the room was very warm in spite of the fan.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 12 August 2014

Just stayed at the hotel for a nearby wedding.
Room extremely hot, the small fan did little to cool you.
Each day only 4 milks left for drinks - tea or coffee - nothing else -clearly you are only allowed one drink a day each.
Breakfast has one of the most limited menus I have ever come across - Full English, that's it!
Once the waitress serves you, she never comes back to you to check everything is ok? Would you like anything else?
Our shower head did nothing but gently drip water over you - I would have expected a proper power shower, for accommodation that charged £164 for one night B&B.
On checking out I wasn't asked "If everything was ok" - for a hotel charging the prices this one does that must surely come as standard customer care/feedback

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 August 2014

We arrived with no staff around. When we asked for tea in the bar we were told there is some in room. Rooms very hot with very small windows. The hotel needs updating everywhere. 1 waitress at breakfast and not a good selection. Eggs hard when we asked for runny. Very overpriced.

  • Stayed: August 2014
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1  Thank Morrison888
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Reviewed 21 July 2014

A great little hotel if you want somewhere quiet and off-beat. The room was located towards the back of the building, which would recommend, overlooking the pretty hotel grounds. The room was spacious with a comfortable bed plus a sofa to enjoy a relaxing stay - there was a complimentary fan which was much needed at times as the room was a little humid. The staff where friendly and amenable. There is a little village within 2-3 mins walking distance which has a lovely pub serving great-tasting food and a co-op for smaller items. Breakfast was simple and served with a smile. Due to the older nature of the building and decor it was quite hot - some aircon would be good! They don't serve food very late so thats one thing to keep in mind. But a great stay all the same if you want to relax at your own pace.

Room Tip: One that overlooks the back of the hotel.
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  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 July 2014

We have stayed here on a few occasions .nothing is ever to much trouble dinner in restraunt fantastic .garden is beautiful will definitely be back .Hotel in a great location in beautiful village .The staff are always helpful and make us feel welcome we stayed in room 212 with a lovely ornate bed and fantastic roll top bath and had a great nights slleep and a lovely good quality breakfast in morning what more could you ask for

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 July 2014

This was our second visit to the Angmering Manor Hotel. Like our first we found the hotel charming and quaint. Quiet and friendly and just to our liking or we would not have made it the second time. We travelled down from Bromley. Not a long drive but far enough to want to relax on arrival. The hotel garden is very pleasant and the seating area shaded and quiet. Just the place for my wife and me to sit with a cool drink and perhaps enjoy a snack. My wife made her way to the garden. While ordering drinks at the small but welcoming bar, I asked. Could I order a sandwich or a snack to have with our drinks? ‘No’, was the reply. Crisps I suggested. ‘No’. I was a little disgruntled but politely said ‘Nuts’.
No offence meant. ‘No’, but this time the no was followed by ‘nothing’.
'No nothing' was the response. We don’t sell Crisps and we don’t sell Nuts cos no one buys em and the staffs eat em! I felt down hearted and even hungrier, because of the realisation that the cupboard was bare. I informed my wife who was anticipating a nice snack with her Pinot Grigio. We sat in the garden, drank our drinks and decided to wander off to the village. There is another small hotel cum restaurant near by so we tried our luck there. Sorry no, we are not serving, too late.
The local Co-Op is opposite where we purchased sandwiches and returned to the hotel garden to consume with another drink from the small but welcoming bar.
No more to be said about the sandwiches and we spent that evening out with family.
We decided to stay on the Sunday and chill. That seems to be the word to use.
Do we need to book a table for this evening I asked? ‘No, the restaurant is shut’.
We were advised that the Spotted Cow was a short walk away and a table was kindly booked there for us, although when we arrived at the Spotted Cow we found that it wasn’t booked but need not, the food was great. We will revue that establishment later. Perhaps the Saturday staffs at the Angmering Manor are not aware of the Spotted Cow or that the Spotted Cow serves food all day, or perhaps they just do not want their guests to eat. Any how back to Sunday. Again we sat in the very pleasant garden. Restaurant shut; we thought.
Em, the aroma of a Sunday roasts cooking came wafting across the garden.
We agreed the appetising smell was coming from the kitchen of the Hotel. We appeared to be the only guests although there were a group of children with adults in the garden. The children were intent on causing havoc to the fish in the pond by throwing large stones and poking and damaging the pond lilies with a long wooden stick. ‘Dinner is ready’ we heard called and a sudden quietness and calm as the children left the garden and headed for the restaurant. We went to our room to change for the evening. As we were leaving for our short walk to the Spotted Cow the group were also leaving the Hotel. It just seemed odd that we could not use the restaurant because we were told it was shut. It felt as if we were being either teased or humiliated!
The Hotel breakfast was good although having the nearby tables cleared and cleaned while eating seems a little rude to us and gave us the impression the member of staff wanted us to leave. It is a nice Hotel but somehow spoilt by a lack of something like hospitality and service. Perhaps it should be known purely as a B&B for paying guests, others get a Sunday roast. Doubt we will stay again.

Room Tip: Nice Rooms but take a snack with you
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  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 July 2014 via mobile

Me (30) and my partner (35) stayed here this weekend gone, and all I can say it was the worst hotel we have ever stayed in.
Our room was a twin, we wanted a double, we were above the kitchen and the hotel had no air con, we had one tiny fan and only one window would open, we asked for another fan, which they didn't have, it was like we were in a sweat room!
They had holes in the wall and skirting boards,, it was mucky just a very dated place, I'll upload photos of our bathroom, which had mould all over,
The first breakfast we had was burnt, my bacon and sausage were black! The next morning they had no mushrooms.
We had travelled 6 hour from north east for a christening the whole trip was spoilt because of the hotel, our friends were staying in the travel lodge around the corner, and even tho we had paid 270 for the dirty old hotel we would of paid it again to get out, but the travel lodge was full,
Would never stay there again and if ur 40 and under you will feel very young.

Stayed: July 2014
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Additional Information about Angmering Manor

Address: Angmering Manor High Street, Angmering, Littlehampton BN16 4AG, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > West Sussex > Arun District > Littlehampton > Angmering
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Restaurant Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Angmering
Price Range: £72 - £157 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Angmering Manor 4*
Number of rooms: 17
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Angmering Manor is a stunning country house hotel, located in the South Coast village of Angmering. Thought to have been built by missionaries in the 16th century, it now offers 17 exquisitely decorated en-suite bedrooms, each with personal bathrobes, slippers, Wi-Fi, a plasma television and tea & coffee facilities. We also offer an a la carte restaurant and on-site leisure facilities, including a heated indoor swimming pool, mini-gym, sauna and beauty treatments from our on-site beauty therapist. Free car parking is also available at the premises. ... more   less 
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