One of the charms of Bailiffscourt is that the 39 beautiful bedrooms and suites are located in a series of buildings including the Medieval House, which is connected to the Thatch House by an underground tunnel.
The Court and Coach Houses stand opposite the main entrance, while the Gate House and the new rooms in the Moat House and The Oaks are across the grounds beside the old moat and overlooking the fields beyond.
Each room has an ensuite bathroom and is furnished to a high standard.
The elegant Tapestry Restaurant at Bailiffscourt Hotel with its medieval architecture, mullioned windows and tapestry-hung walls offers the perfect venue for a relaxing lunch or a romantic dinner.
Head Chef, Russell Williams who has worked with such notable chefs as Nico Ladenis, has created a menu of modern English cuisine that includes a fresh new interpretation of classic dishes. During the summer months the rose-clad Courtyard provides an attractive and informal setting for light lunches and traditional afternoon teas.
One of the most beautiful spas in the south of England, Bailiffscourt Spa is a luxurious retreat set in delightful gardens and just a short walk from unspoilt Climping Beach.
The superb facilities include a state-of-the-art gym, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor 'infinity' pool, outdoor hot tub, relaxation areas and calming treatment rooms, where highly experienced therapists offer a wide range of body and beauty treatments using acclaimed Temple Spa products.
With acres of private grounds teeming with wildlife, including the resident peacocks, to explore and Climping Beach, one of the most natural and unspoilt beaches on the South Coast, on your doorstep, many guests choose to stay at Bailiffscourt and simply relax. But if you prefer to get out and about, there's lots to discover.
Take your pick from a day trip to the nearby historic towns of Chichester and Arundel, with fine castles, cathedrals, boutique shops and riverside walks.