Parham House and Gardens
Parham House is a wonderful example of an Elizabethan building with a great hall and long gallery. It also has the most fantastic gardens and an excellent plant shop.
The house and gardens are usually open from April until the mid October.
Visit on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
House | 14:00 – 17:00
Gardens | 12:00 – 17:00
Big Kitchen Restaurant | 12:00 – 17:00
Last Admission | 16:30
It is a short drive from Steyning by car or you can catch the number 100 bus. This runs every hour in the daytime, except on Sundays.
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Arundel Castle and Gardens
I recommend visiting Arundel Castle and it’s attractive gardens. This restored medieval castle overlooks the River Arun and was built at the end of the 11th century. The oldest feature is the motte (an artificial mound) which dates from 1068. You can see it in the photo below.
Whilst you are in Arundel you can explore the small historic town and could also visit the museum, which is almost opposite the castle.
The castle and grounds are usually open from April until November on Tuesday to Sunday each week
They are also open on some Mondays.
Arundel is just a half an hour’s drive from Steyning and well worth a visit.
A great day out if you stay at
Steyning Farmers Market
Steyning Farmers Market takes place in the High Street car park opposite the clock tower. Turn up between 9 a.m to 1 p.m on the first Saturday of the month.
This is a popular event. It’s a great opportunity to stock up on local produce. Vegetables, meat and cheeses are all on sale. You will also find some stalls selling plants.
There is usually live music to entertain you whilst you shop.
You can often combine an evening at The Steyning Jazz Club and the following morning at the market. Jazz is on the first Friday of the month.
How to get there
The market is just a few minutes walk from Rosebud Holiday Cottage
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Brighton Half Marathon
This fun event takes place each year in February. One of the first major ‘halfs’ in the running calendar, the race is now one of the most popular races in the UK.
The start and finish of the race are on Madeira Drive next to the Steve Ovett statue. You can see
maps of the full course and the race village here. The race start time is 9am…
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