Chichester Inn

Historic Inn in Chichester, West Sussex

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38 West Street
West Sussex

Chichester Inn, Chichester

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Accommodation Description:

The Chichester is a traditional inn dating from 1785 conveniently located within walking distance of the city centre cathedral and college of technology. The spacious twin bedrooms have been tastefully restored to reflect the period of the building and fitted with en-suite shower/wc. An extensive range of home cooked meals and bar snacks together with local real ales lagers and fine wines may be enjoyed in our dining bar with open log fire for the colder times or heated patio garden.

A free car park is available at the rear of the Inn for the convenience of our guests

 3 star rating

From: £60.00

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