SteyningCopyright Pam Brothy

Steyning is a fine little town on the edge of the South Downs as they reach towards Brighton, famed in particular for the ruined Bramber Castle, the especially fine Norman church, and 15th-century timber-framed St Maryís House.. Read More

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Hotels in Steyning - 3 places to stay

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Old Tollgate Hotel

Old Tollgate Hotel

A warm welcome awaits you at this beautiful privately owned hotel. Situated in the pretty village of Bramber, offering the best in comfort and home cooking with individually designed en suite bedrooms and a superb ... More | visit website

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The Granary

The Granary

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Tucked away behind the quaint village post office/stores in a picturesque West Sussex village, this cosy little cottage for two is accessed via a tiny footbridge across ... More

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Tottington Manor Hotel (2.42 miles)

Tottington Manor Hotel
An historic building dating back to 1604 offering light and spacious dining, bar and accommodation whilst retaining the charm of original beams and inglenook fireplaces. Sample our excellent traditional menus with speciality locally sourced fish ... More | visit website
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Sussex Pad Hotel (3.58 miles)

Sussex Pad Hotel

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A warm and friendly hotel where a pleasant stay is always assured. The Sussex Pad is a family run hotel. Situated by Shoreham Airport and Lancing College, approximately one mile from ... More

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The Stay at Findon (3.73 miles)

The Stay at Findon
The Stay @ Findon is nestled in the newly formed South Downs National Park, at the heart of the picturesque downland village of Findon, near Worthing. If you love walking, we are ideally located for ... More | visit website
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John Henry's Inn (3.73 miles)

John Henry

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Located in the centre of Findon Village in the heart of the South Downs 5 miles North of Worthing and a short distance from the A24 and A27.Gatwick Airport 30mins, ... More

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George Hotel (3.74 miles)

George Hotel

This former 16th century coaching inn still retains many of its wonderful original features, with a cosy interior, original wooden beams and an inglenook fireplace. The hotelís original historic beauty does not compromise the standard of ... More | visit website

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The Findon Manor (3.80 miles)

The Findon Manor
Deep in the Sussex countryside and on the slopes of the South Downs Way. Findon Manor is set in beautiful gardens of more than two acres and offers guests a tranquil country retreat on the ... More | visit website
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No1 The Laurels B&B (3.85 miles)

No1 The Laurels B&B
No1 The Laurels is a modern house built to traditional Sussex style near the center of the village of Henfield yet in a quiet location. Rooms are comfortable with central heating en-suite or private bath/shower ... More | visit website
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Manor Guest House (4.90 miles)

Manor Guest House
Winners of Worthing in Bloom 2004 and 2005, MANOR GUEST HOUSE, WORTHING, has been established as a guest house for over 20 years. Now owned by Steve and Sandy Colbourne, our spacious home has been partially ... More | visit website
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Wickwoods Country Club (5.05 miles)

Wickwoods Country Club
Wickwoods Country Club, Hotel & Spa which offers Memberships, Wedding/Functions, Beauty Treatments and Accommodation is set amongst 22 acres of glorious landscaped gardens and woodland within the South Downs National Park. It lies just south ... More | visit website
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Grand Victorian Hotel (5.35 miles)

Grand Victorian Hotel

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Opposite the railway station and close to town centrePlease note: the hotel does have an adjacent nightclub and there can be some residual noise on nightclub nights.

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