Steyning & The Local Area

The villages of Steyning, Bramber and Beeding are nestled in the heart of the South Downs, next to the River Adur, just 5 miles from Shoreham-by-Sea, 8 miles from Worthing, 12 miles from Brighton and 13 miles from Horsham.

One the the prettiest Sussex towns, Steyning has a fine high street, historic buildings, good shops and lovely countryside nearby. There are also restaurants, pubs and tea rooms offering delicious food and drink, plus a wide selection of great accommodation.

Travel by Car

Steyning lies conveniently between the A24 and A23, just north of the A27. The A283 runs past the town.

From A24 
At the Washington roundabout junction with the A283 take the road east towards Brighton. After approximately 4 miles there is a left  turn towards Ashurst and almost immediately a right turn towards Steyning. Continuing on the A283 to the next roundabout, the 1st exit is Bramber Castle, 2nd exit is to The Street, Bramber continuing over a weight limit bridge to Upper Beeding, 3rd exit is to continue on A283 to Upper Beeding, by-passing Bramber. Small Dole is on the Henfield road out of Upper Beeding opposite the Rising Sun Pub. 

From A23
At the A27 junction take the road west towards Worthing. Follow directions ‘From A27’. 

From A27
Leave the A27 at the A283 junction, signposted Steyning and Shoreham-by Sea. At the roundabout, take the A283 signposted Horsham and Steyning. At the next roundabout you are in Upper Beeding,  take the 1st exit for Steyning and Ashurst, or the 2nd exit to continue into Upper Beeding and for the Henfield and Small Dole road.

Car parking is available in Steyning at several of the towns car parks. Further details can be found on the Horsham District Council website

Travel by Bus

Steyning is well served by buses for travel to major towns. Buses Numbers 2 and 2B run from Brighton via Shoreham-by-Sea and via Upper Beeding and Bramber to Steyning. 

Visit www.traveline.org.uk for more information

Travel on Foot or Bike

Use the Coastal Link multi-use pathway that runs from the River Adur footbridge at Shoreham-by-Sea to Bramber where it links to the South Downs Way and the Downslink to Guildford.

Visit www.nationaltrail.co.uk/Southdowns/ for info.

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