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Why not treat yourself or a loved one to an Arden House GIFT VOUCHER? Valid for 12 months from date of purchase, these make a lovely little treat to pop away for a future visit to Arundel.
We are currently offering a fantastic 10% discount off the face value of our vouchers, meaning you can bag a bargain B&B stay with us or surprise a loved one with a minibreak treat. ** Minimum spend per voucher is £178.20, entitling you to a 2-night stay in a TWIN/DOUBLE EN-SUITE ROOM with breakfast **
Vouchers can be purchased by phone using most major Credit/Debit cards, and will be sent out First Class by Royal Mail. Postage is free within the UK/ROI. Call us direct on 01903 884184 to purchase your voucher.
We want to help you make your stay with us as special as possible, so if you'd like to order some extra treats for your arrival, just let us know.
LITTLE TREATS TO BRIGHTEN YOUR STAY
We're happy to arrange the following for you, all of which are locally supplied by our town's fantastic independent shops, wherever possible:
Flowers | from adorable tissue-wrapped jam jar posies to vintage-style vase arrangements and extravagant hand-tied bouquets (From £10.00)
Chocolates: | a selection of finest handmade luxury chocolates, wrapped and ribboned (from £15.00)*
Handmade Fudge | a box of locally made fudge (assorted flavours), wrapped and ribboned (from £10.00)
Fruit basket | an assortment of seasonal fruit (from £7.00)
*Vegan, dairy-free and sugar-free chocolates and candy are also available to order
These treats can be added to your reservation when you book online, or if you'd prefer to order something to your specific requirements. just call us direct and we'll be pleased to help.
Please note that we are not licensed to supply or sell or serve alcohol, but we'll be pleased to provide an ice bucket and glasses if you're bringing a bottle of something bubbly to share in your room.
Photos are for illustrative purposes only and exact contents may vary depending on budget and availability of produce