Cripple Creek Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

86 Whichers Gate Road Rowlands Castle
Rowlands Castle
West Sussex
England
PO9 6BB

Cripple Creek Guest House, Rowlands Castle

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Cripple Creek is a small Guest House in the countryside with woods at the front and meadows to the rear on the edge of the picturesque village of Rowlands Castle. Seven minutes walk to a Harvester Pub and restaurant. We do not offer evening meals but guests can use the dining room or their rooms for brought in or delivered meals.

We have off road parking and free broadband in our breakfast room and some of our bedrooms.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00


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