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The Weather in Arundel
Here is our climate diagram for Arundel. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Arundel, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
British history awaits at Arundel holiday lettings
A wealth of heritage vies for your attention minutes from your Arundel accommodation. Thousand-year-old castles and spectacular hiking on the South Downs are among the diversions available to you.
Castles and cathedrals
Arundel Castle is the star of Arundel's treasure trove of heritage. Whereas the castle was originally Norman and updated in the 1770s, its foundations are around one thousand years old. Trace the history of Britain throughout the ages at this impressive structure.
As you wander magnificent Arundel Cathedral, you can't help but be awed by the Victorian Gothic interior. Arches stretch upwards like forest branches, and classical music reverberates in the space daily.
Step back in time to rediscover Britain's Roman roots at Bignor Roman Villa. Some of Britain's most complete and elaborate Roman mosaics are on display here, along with the ruins of the original villa. Some of the structure has been restored to offer visitors an insight into what life was like thousands of years ago.
Arundel Jailhouse and Ghost Experience will thrill and chill your whole family. Live comedy, murder mystery evenings, and music are among the entertaining goings on at this exciting event venue. Come and relax to the best blues music in town, or enjoy nailbiting tension on a ghost tour.
Watersports and walks
Why not hire a boat and sail along the River Arun, or go boating at Swanbourne Lake? With a range of fisheries in the vicinity, angling is a major sport in Arundel, and its rivers are hopping with trout and other edible species.
In the South Downs, you can hike, horseride, or cycle through miles of spectacular countryside. Guided walks of the region, offered by Arundel Museum, Arundel Walking tours, and Blue Badge Guides, are among the most leisurely ways to discover the immense beauty of this area.
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