Places To Visit

We are in an excellent location with many surrounding places of interest to visit, from The South Downs to the beach. 

Rustington a great place to stay, making it a good base to explore by  foot, bus, train or car. If you would like a relaxing day by the sea, the beach is only a 10 minuet stroll down the lane.

Rustington St Peter and St Paul Church

Rustington is a small quiet but vibrant village with lovely shops and cafes.  We also have a small museum.

Rustington Golf Centre has an 18 hole parkland golf course, plus a 9 hole par 3 course, a 3 hole, par 3 three Academy course, 18 hole putting green plus a golf driving range. 

Golf course                      Rustington Museum

Greens Ward 10 minutes stroll from Glendale
Beach and green with long coastal walk west bound to Littlehampton, Climping and Bognor Regis. East Bound to Worthing,  Brighton and the villages in-between.


Littlehampton 3 Miles

Littlehampton town centre and the beautiful river Arun are only 2 miles away Littlehampton sea front


Climping Beach and walk 4 Miles

Highdown Gardens 4 Miles

Highdown Gardens are situated between Ferring and Goring nestled on the South Downs.Highdown Gardens is one of the hidden gems of the area and home to a unique collection of rare plants and trees. In fact the whole garden has been deemed a National Collection.


Highdown Vinyard 3 Miles


Arundel Castle 6 Miles

Visit Arundel Castle both an ancient castle and a stately home.  Built at the end of the 11th century,  it has been the family home of the Dukes of  Norfolk  and ancestors for over 850 years.


Patching Woods 5 Miles

The Hall & Woodhouse Walk is an enjoyable and interesting walk over gently undulating Sussex hills with lots of variety including open fields, good views, wooded tracks, peaceful lanes and a lovely amble through the village of Patching.

Patching Woods Walk


Wildfowl & Wetlands  6 miles

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is the largest international wetland conservation charity in the UK. 

Founded in 1946 by the artist and naturalist Sir Peter Scott (1909 - 1989), WWT has 9 visitor centres around the UK, where people can get closer to wetland birds and enjoy spectacular wetland landscapes.

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Worthing 7 Miles

Fontwell Race Course 10 Miles

Fontwell Park Racecourse is a horse racing course located in the village of Fontwell in West Sussex, England, owned by ARC Racing. It features the only figure-of-eight chase course in the country and an oval hurdles course.

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Tangmere 10 Miles

Tangmere Military Aviation  Museum
70 years of military aviation in West Sussex

Tangmere Military Aviation Museum

Clapham Woods 5 Miles

Denmans Garden 11 Miles

Gardens open daily all year round

Findon Village 7 Miles

Findon sits underneath Cissbury Ring, just behind the South Downs above Worthing. The village itself is nicely laid out, with a central square, fine houses and there’s a handful of shops too – a rarity in most Sussex villages these days.


Amberley 11 Miles

Amberley is one of the most attractive of all downland villages.

It has a magnificent setting.  On the east side there is the scarp slope of the Downs, rising up to Amberley Mount with a steep climb up to the South Downs Way . On the south and west sides of Amberley you will see the  River Arun and the wild brooks, which are usually flooded for part of the winter.

The village has a Castle, which is used as a  wedding venue rather than a good old-fashioned historic monument, the castle is extremely atmospheric. Amberley Swamp has a spookily medieval feel in wintertime, especially when there's mist hanging over the River Arun.

Storington 16 Miles

Parham House & Gardens

Goodwood 16 Miles

Goodwood is internationally acclaimed as being one of the most beautiful racecourses in the world.

At the Festival of Speed Racing cars and bikes come from all over the world and this is the only event outside the Grand Prix circuit attended by many of the current Formula 1 teams.


Chichester 17 Miles

Visit Chichester with its many historic buildings and old Market Cross.

Singleton 18 Miles

Weald & Downlands open air museum
The leading museum of historic buildings in England

Brighton 18 Miles

Brighton has  many attractions and  is good for shopping



The OLDEST NORMAN CHURCH in Sussex, St.Nicholas' is a gem in the South Downs. It has a remarkable chancel arch. Bramber is a very pretty village, and the church is at its heart, on the hillside, beside the ruined castle.

Bramber 17 Miles

St Marys House and Gardens.

The best example of late 15th Century timber-framing in west sussex.

Enchanting historic house c1470 and

Five acres of charming gardens.

Bramber Castle

St Marys House and Gardens

Nymans Gardens 29 miles

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