Compared to other Arundel hotels, the Norfolk Arms hotel has a wealth of history and heritage. A charming Georgian Coaching Inn, built over 200 years ago by the 10th Duke of Norfolk. It soon became the local meeting place and a popular resting spot for weary travellers.
To this day the Arundel Society for the Prosecution of Thieves and Felons still hold their annual Dinner at this Arundel Hotel – a tradition which dates back to the 18th century.
The Norfolk Arms hotel is set under the battlements of Arundel Castle and has an atmosphere of traditional permanence, the kind that prevails in all the gracious buildings that make up Britain’s colourful heritage.
Being a preferred supplier for The Norfolk Arms Hotel in Arundel I cover many weddings there every year. I also supplied the images for their wedding brochure. The hotel is ideally situated in the heart of Arundel, and close to some fantastic backgrounds for your wedding photographs.
Here are a few shots from the wedding of Emma & Richard who were married at the Norfolk Arms Hotel in Arundel. The complete wedding is now online using the link named ‘view weddings’ above.
Review from Emma & Richard:
Kevin took the pictures of our big day and I cant recommend his work highly enough. With the pre shoot he made us feel at ease in front of the camera, he wasn’t intrusive at all during the day and yet he captured every single aspect of the day and you can tell by the quality of the pictures and the composition that Kevin really knows what he is doing. Also the packages Kevin offers are great value for money.
If you are thinking about wedding photographers in Sussex then Kevin’s the man to go to, friendly, listens to what the couple want and seems to genuinely care about how the couple want the photos to look.
Recommended for sure.
Here are a few more photos from the wedding of Sophie & Dan’s winter wedding at Norfolk Arms Hotel. This wedding can also be viewed on my website