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Venture out and discover the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on our doorstep

One of the UK’s most diverse counties, West Sussex covers both the coast and the South Downs National Park, encompassing hills, harbours, farmland and market towns.

We're blessed to be amongst nature while also having easy access to the bustling, colourful and creative city of Brighton & Hove, as well as charming nearby towns Steyning, Worthing and Shoreham-by-Sea.

Things to do nearby:


Sussex prairie gardens


8 acres of stunning naturally styled gardens with arced, flower-planted borders, surrounded by mature oak trees.


Worthing and Lancing beaches


A 5 mile stretch of gentle sloping shingle beach with palm tree lined promenades. Visit at low tide to explore the rock pools.

Bramber Castle


Bramber Castle is a Norman motte-and-bailey castle formerly the caput of the feudal estate of Bramber. While there's not much left of the castle, it's a delightful place to picnic and let the kids let off some steam.


Steyning and Shoreham farmers markets


Vibrant, monthly markets with a great variety of locally grown, locally reared and locally made produce.

Local walks

Chantonbury and Cissbury Ring

Standing 783 feet above sea level, the rings offer glorious far-reaching views out to sea and across the countryside. The names refer to the rings of trees planted on the remains of Iron Age Forts situated 2.5 miles apart at Chanctonbury and Cissbury.

A number of walks take in these sites from our B&B at Titch Hill House. Get hauntological at Chanctonbury and summon Lucifer to bring you a bowl of soup by running around the clump seven times anti-clockwise. Or so local legend has it.

Local sections of the South Downs Way:


Upper Beeding to Pyecombe 8 miles


Beginning beside the river Adur and following south before climbing back up into the downs with views over the valley. Enjoy the views of the south coast towards Brighton before walking past the beauty spot at Devils Dyke.


Washington to Upper Beeding 7.5 miles

This walk starts from the village of Washington and climbs back onto the downs, passing Chanctonbury Ring and Steyning Ring. Soon you have fantastic views over Steyning to the north and the coast near Shoreham-on-Sea to the south. The path descends from the downs to the banks of the River Adur then follows the river into Upper Beeding.

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