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The Black Rabbit Pub in Arundel

The Black Rabbit Pub in Arundel

A visit in Arundel and the Black Rabbit Pub

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We genuinely had a very pleasant time at the Black Rabbit pub; being a warm sunny day, we sat at the far end of the pontoon to keep an eye on the boys as they were taking advantage of the playground. They could spend hours there making quickly friends with other children whose parents were having their lunch at the pub. The playground had views on the river and the variety of children activities made the afternoon quite enjoyable for both Emilio and Joseph. A good family friendly pub keeping parents and children happy alike.You can see from the photos what a good time they had. The combination of a cooling drink and smoothly running river made for a very relaxing moment for us too. We’ll definitely be back.

For further information:    The Black Rabbit


After having a relaxing afternoon by the river Arun at the Black Rabbit, we had a digestive walk in the surrounding countryside. Emilio enjoyed a ride on his bicycle, although he got bored very quickly. Eventually we strolled towards the city centre of Arundel, walked next to a stream where ducks and other birds swan leisurely. We found some interesting and unique shops around Arundel’s high street. A lot of antiques and restoration places and some cute coffee shops that you could hardly resist not to stop by. I was also delighted to find in one of the shops some of Enid Blyton’s books, my favourite author in my teenage years. Hope my kids learn to love her books. I was slightly disappointed that we run out of time so quickly. To be fair we arrived a bit late. Nevertheless, Arundel we will be coming to see your famous castle, the wildfowl and wetlands centre and lose ourselves in your original and authentic little stores. And here are some photos from our walk in the area.


See also:      The Red Barn

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