Tourism & Leisure

Bustling High Street

Steyning is a wonderfully diverse town for the visitor. From the centre of town there are a large number of picturesque local walks, including the South Downs Way, riverside walks and Chanctonbury Ring – not for the faint hearted! In the Tourist Information Centre located in the High Street Post Office, you will find leaflets on various local countryside walks as well as information on othe activities available in the town. Steyning has become a centre for cyclists who are seen regularly in the town, stopping for a well earned drink in one of our many cafes.We have 3 large FREE car parks to accommodate the hundreds of visitors who come to the town every week, throughout the year.

Why do we get such a large number of visitors? Well, apart from the warm welcome, Steyning is an historic town with over 125 listed buildings dating as far back as the Medieval period and, includes St Andrews Norman church. Steyning really is a beautiful

St Andrews – Norman Church

place to wander round and drink in it’s history as you roam the lanes and ‘twittens’. Why not visit the Steyning Museum and get a real feel for the town’s history? While there pick up a leaflet on Steyning’s famous ‘historical walk’.

When you are tired from all that walking why not stop for a drink and something to eat? Steyning has a number of cafes serving anything from a cup of tea or, coffee, cream teas to light lunches – some are open in the evening.

Tea Rooms

There are 4 pubs – all serve food – and 4 restaurants so, there is a wide choice. If you don’t fancy going out, then there is an Indian and a fish& chip takeway. If you want an eclectic mix of nightlife and eating, Brighton, Worthing and Horsham are only a short distance away.

Steyning is easy to get to, just click on the map opposite to find us. We look forward to seeing you!

For What’s On in Steyning and further information about the area please visit the Steyning South Downs website at www.steyningsouthdowns.co.uk

For information about Buses serving the steyning area please visit the bus companies web sites for timetables and routes

Brighton & Hove Buses – www.buses.co.uk

Compass Bus – www.compass-travel.co.uk

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