White Lodge is an elegant, Grade II listed house set in the heart of the village and originally dates from 1760.
It is peaceful, welcoming and above all, relaxing.
Local shops and pubs are within easy walking distance for guests who wish to 'potter' about the village.
There are two guest rooms:
Ships is the principal guest suite. A spacious twin bed room with en suite bathroom (Bath with mixer taps, no shower). Views of the front and rear gardens and the village green towards the Church. Equipped with a flat screen TV, freeview, DVD and WiFi, drawers for clothes and a hairdryer.
Fletchers, the second guest room, is also spacious and enjoys the same delightful views. This room does not currently have an en suite bathroom. Bathing facilities are available on the floor below.
Both rooms can be used as for single occupants or as family rooms - an additional bed or cot can be arranged.
At White Lodge we fully understand the importance of starting the day with a good breakfast and are confident that our guests will never leave us feeling hungry!
Therefore a full English or Continental breakfast is provided at a mutually convenient time (usually between 7-9am).
All breakfast ingredients are sourced locally and cooked to order. If guests have any specific dietary requirements these can be catered for given appropriate notice.
There is plenty of off-street parking for guest's vehicles as well as garaging for motorbikes or bicycles. Guests can be collected from Angmering railway station whenever possible.
Guests (and well behaved dogs) are welcome to make use of the pretty and secluded walled gardens.
We do all we can to ensure that our guests enjoy our home as much as we do.
We are low on formality and big on relaxation.
Off Street Parking
Threemiles from Arundel, one mile to the beach
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Well behaved dogs, prior notice
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
From the A27 follow the signs to Angmering Village, turn right after the pedestrian crossing up Arundel Road, turn first left into Rectory Lane.