Premier Inn Chichester

Address: Chichester Gate - Leisure Park , Chichester, West Sussex, England, PO19 8EL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Chichester Gate - Leisure Park , Chichester, is near Chichester Cathedral, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Goodwood House, and Pallant House Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Chichester

    Sussex

    A travel blog entry by pertunia22 on Jun 11, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    What a mission trying to find the car rental place Stephen and I walked for nearly an hour most of it in circles trying to find the place. Eventually found it and sorted out the car then had to try and negotiate the roads back to the hotel,made it back to the hotel checked out and loaded the two tonnes of suitcases into the back and we were off. The rental man said don't go into these streets as you get charged a toll, so ...

    Spending time with friends

    A travel blog entry by thetravelmoores on Oct 18, 2014

    Saturday 108 miles



    After a frantic packing up on Friday evening once the awning had been fitted and habitation check completed, we were ready to drive to Chichester Camping & Caravanning Club site. It was quite a nice day and we made good time, arriving around 1.30pm. We met up with Lorna & Mike and sat together to eat our sandwiches, luckily she already had the kettle on!

    Sunday..we had a lazy day around the site catching ...

    The other Brighton

    A travel blog entry by nayandal on Aug 20, 2012

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... one of the main attractions of Brighton, and that is the Royal Pavillion, where King George created this magical chinese/indian fashioned building, so many many many rooms, huge dining halls, the kitchen was emense. If you make it to England this place is not to be missed.

    Then to finish the night Nancy & Brian picked us up @ Dorking train station and then went for a walk to the local Hurtwood Inn and Peaslake. Brian and I did Britan proud with ...

    Bring the Jubilee

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Jun 02, 2012

    14 photos

    ... glazed expressions and a complete lack of spatial awareness. They're constantly surprised that there are other beings on the planet but as most of them seem to be zombies they don't notice either.

    The next zombie experience was paying for our food, which is normal in these places BEFORE you eat. We had nice freshly cooked eggs and freshly poured coffees (two cups used, one each and none discarded) but the two checkouts were unmanned - or even un-zombied. To pay we had ...

    Brighton Up Your Day

    A travel blog entry by cattawa87 on Oct 16, 2010

    123 photos

    ... on.

    Later on, when the pavilion fell into the hands of Queen Victoria, it was sold to the town of Brighton. She disliked the Royal Pavilion, namely because Brighton gained access by rail in the 1840’s and more tourists began to flock to the area. She sold the palace for 53,000, which will get you a lot less in Brighton these days. Of course, she sold it after she stripped it down to the bare bones, taking all the ...