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Hotels in Bury

Set within the beautifully scenic landscape of West Sussex, Bury is a wonderful example of a sleepy village in the heart of rural England. Best known for its associations with the English writer John Galsworthy, author of the Forsyte Saga, Bury is the perfect place to stay if you're intent on finding a quiet county retreat. There's a superb selection of Bury hotels so you should have no trouble finding accommodation to suit your budget and requirements.

Out and about

Bury's location on the west bank of the Arun Valley, on the edge of the South Downs National Park, ensures there are plenty of outdoor activities to keep visitors entertained. Walking, cycling and horse riding are just some of the possibilities on offer.

Nearby attractions

There are numerous historic sites in the area surrounding Bury. Amberley Castle, a magnificent 900-year-old manor house that's now run as a hotel, is only a few miles from the village. Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is also nearby. It has its own narrow-gauge railway and is dedicated to telling the story of south-east England's industrial heritage.

To the south of Bury lies the market town of Arundel, home to Arundel Castle & Gardens. The town has a great range of independent shops and regularly hosts food and craft markets. Arundel Wetland Centre is a must-see attraction for nature lovers as the site supports an impressive array of wildlife. Take a boat safari, go for a reed bed walk or retire indoors to spot everything from kingfishers to Canada geese.

Be sure to find time to take a look at Bury House, situated close to the village pub, which was the home of John Galsworthy for the final seven years of his life.

Eating out

There's a great selection of pubs, restaurants and hotels in and around Bury serving superb cuisine. Gastro-style food is served at The Squire & Horse, a family-run free house that occupies a 16th-century building in the village.

If it's fresh local produce that you're after, Charlie's Farm Shop at the north end of Bury is set on a working farm. The owners sell a great selection of goods, from fruit and vegetables to eggs, bread, wines and meat – ideal if you're heading out for a picnic.

Pay a visit to the coffee shop at Sussex Farm Foods, a few miles to the north of Bury, or for a more formal dining experience, consider the exceptional menu offered at Amberley Castle's restaurant.

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