Hotel Angmering Manor Angmering
Angmering Manor was originally built in the 15th century it was once used as a Rectory for The Rector of Angmering before being used as a guest house for The Nuns of the Holy Cross after 1921. A selection of striking, individually styled and furnished bedrooms provide comfortable, modern facilities in a more traditional style. You can enjoy a leisurely aperitif around an open fire in the Oak panelled bar before dining in our superb A-La Carte Restaurant where all our home made food is freshly prepared by our own award winning chef. As a resident you can enjoy the use of our swimming pool and Sauna or a workout in our mini gym. We can also arrange Holistic Therapy. Due to popular demand in our restaurant, please make your reservation for dinner in advance or when booking your room.