You’ve arrived in Arundel, a quaint market town located within the South Downs of West Sussex, England. Visitors come here for its rich medieval history, excellent public footpaths and, of course, for an Afternoon Tea in Arundel. The area sits alongside the River Arun, with residents known as “Mullets” due to the local abundance of this fish!
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Arundel began as a Saxon village. After the Norman conquest, the now-famous Arundel Castle was built to protect the area from attack. In 1102, Henry I laid siege to it – although it took three months to capture!
During the English Civil War, the castle changed between Parliamentarian and Royalist hands three times. The town developed on the slope below the fortifications to the south.
Today, history fans are guaranteed a fun day out. If you prefer the great outdoors, it’s worth noting that the South Downs National Park is also nearby.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, however, there is nothing quite like stopping at an Afternoon Tea Arundel establishment. The scones are always delicious, and the Tea is fresh from the pot!