Discover the South Downs and West Sussex this autumn – by car or leave the traffic jams behind and go green exploring on foot!
With a choice of two family friendly cottages adjoined to the artisan bake-house
or the detached Granary cottage in Steyning you are sure to find something that appeals. They are ideally situated to visit local attractions such as:
The Royal Pavilion Ice Rink which opens its doors on 7th November and offers skating for all the family. The rink side bar and restaurant is perfect for hot chocolate marshmallows and yummy food. Located just 20 minutes away.
Kids can skate free with a paying adult at the Penguin Club, on Thursdays and Saturdays from 10am to 11am (one child under 8 per adult). Off peak times are extended – Monday to Thursday all day and on Fridays until 4.15pm.www.royalpavilionicerink.co.uk
Or why not go for a totally green escape and explore the South Downs without a car! If staying at the Granary Cottage in Steyning you could take the train to Shoreham and then a short 5 minute taxi ride. Everything is within walking distance, bustling historic village with lovely individual shops and eateries and miles of countryside on the doorstep plus a leisure centre with indoor pool.
For details on how to explore the South Downs on foot take a look here
Guides have been produced to help with your route and there are a range of treats and discounts in local pubs and hotels if you decide ditch the car!
- Our Fabulous Landscape (upparkgarden.co.uk)
- Ideas for good walks (walkingoutdoors.org)
- RSPB launches photo competition (sussexexpress.co.uk)
- WIN sparkling ice-skating break with dinner and 4-star hotel stay for your family in this week’s paper (sussexexpress.co.uk)