Explore Steyning


Out & About In Steyning

Steyning is a thriving village with an array of places to eat, drink, and shop. With Springwells being minutes walking distance from the centre of the high street, we thoroughly recommend taking the opportunity to wander around the village and see what Steyning has to offer.

Places to shop, eat & drink

The Sussex Produce Company
Farm shop, cafe & restaurant serving locally produced food & drink.

Steyning Tea Rooms
Award winning cafe perfect for a quintessentially English tea.

The Little Sweet Shop
An emporium showcasing traditional sweet brands (over 300 jars) as well as handmade chocolates and specialist sugar-free, dairy-free and gluten-free sweets and ice creams.

Cobblestone Walk
A unique shopping area with 25 individual & indepedent shops based around a 16th Century tea house and open courtyards

The White Horse
Pub/Restaurant located 50m from the hotel, serving local beers and variety of high quality freshly sourced dishes.


Bluebell Railway 
Beautiful steam railway lines operating between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park. Offering stunning views across the Sussex countryside, it is a fantastic nostalgia trip for the whole family.

South Downs National Park
Explore the unspoilt beauty of the South Downs national park, with wonderful walks and fun activities all over.

Arundel Castle
Stunning 11th Century castle set on the hillside overlooking the gorgeous market town of Arundel.

Portsmouth Dockyards
Home to some of the most important navy vessels in British history, incredible interesting day out with lots to see and do.

Brighton Pavilion
Iconic palace built by George IV in the visual style of India, and filled with grandeur and excess.

Amberley Museum
Located in the heart of the South Downs National Park, the Museum is dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East, with 36 acres to explore and over 40 exhibits to visit.

Singleton Weald and Downland Living Museum
The Weald and Downland Living Museum is an open-air museum in Singleton, West Sussex.

Shoreham Beach
Just 10 minutes away, the beach at Shorehamby-Sea lies immediately to the west of the historic harbour, where the River Adur enters the sea