Ghyll Manor is ideally located for you to enjoy many local attractions right on your doorstep, from a day trip to the seaside to exploring a National Trust Property.
We have also created a very special calendar of events, and feel we have something for everyone to enjoy. Take a look at what we have on offer, whether you enjoy cooking, spoiling a loved one on Valentines Day or enjoying a lazy lunch with your friends, we are sure you will have a fantastic time.
Ghyll Manor is perfectly located for you to enjoy an array of local attractions right on your doorstep. From a trip to the seaside or, exploring a National Trust Property to shopping in Brighton’s North Laines, from wine tasting at one of the local vineyards to walking on the South Downs or even taking a ride on a steam engine at the Bluebell Railway, the choice is vast!
Otherwise you could just sit back, relax and enjoy Ghyll Manor’s stunning gardens and take a peek at our own calendar of events . Whatever you decide, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
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A stay at Ghyll Manor does not mean a lack of shopping opportunities. With Brighton just 27 miles away it’s an easy trip to experience the hustle and bustle of this great City including The Lanes, North Laines and the Churchill Square Shopping Centre – with so many shops shops, cafés, bars and restaurants you’ll be spoilt for choice. www.visitbrighton.com
Head North and you’ll find the historic market town of Horsham, a delightful jewel in the Sussex countryside with less hustle and bustle than Brighton but just as much charm. Why not pop in and visit Horsham Museum and Art Gallery whilst you’re there?
Alternatively, why not head west towards the cathedral city of Chichester? The compact pedestrianised streets offer excellent boutiques as well as high street favourites. On your way back, pop in to Arundel - well known for its eclectic mix of antique shops boasting antiquarian maps, art deco glass, teddy bears and French country tables. Galleries and craft shops are abundant too.
In fact, tucked away in towns and villages all over East and West Sussex, you'll find unusual and facinating shops selling everything from antiques and bric-a-brac to fashion and contemporary arts and crafts. All that's left to do is decide where to head first!
With 80% of West Sussex being classed as rural and over 50% of it designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s the perfect place for walking with plenty of routes to choose from.
Whether it’s a hike over the South Downs - Devils Dyke is just 29 minutes away - or something a little more low key, like a country walk around Rusper incorporating one of the local pubs, the choice is endless, regardless of your level of fitness.
For free walks to download and print, try John Harris' Walking in Sussex.
Even if its just as far as the pebbles of Brighton Beach, or maybe further afield to Chichester or historical Arundel - there is lots to see and do less than an hour away from Ghyll Manor.
If you’ve brought your Passport you could even hop on the ferry to France, Newhaven is less than an hour away with the stunning port of Dieppe ready to welcome you.
Gatwick Airport is also just up the road (7 miles away), and the train will whisk you to central London in approximately 30 minutes. From there, the capital’s theatres, museum, gallery’s and other attractions are right on your doorstep.
For more ideas and inspiration for days out, head to the Sussex Tourism website.
Head south and you’ll find almost 50 miles of Sussex beaches to explore, here’s a few for starters:
- Brighton Beach – pebbles, deck chairs and people galore!
- Camber Sands – a popular sandy beach with dunes and interesting wildlife
- Eastbourne - Five miles of pebble beach with a safe bathing area allocated (if you fancy a dip!)
- West Wittering - Featuring a sand dune spit close to the entrance of Chichester Harbour
For more visit http://www.visitsussex.org/page/beaches/