Amberley Village

Amberley boasts many Thatched Cottages and quaint dwellings in this beautiful village along the South Downs Way National Park, and is particularly delightful and feels like a step back in time.

Photo of Thatched Cottage

Amberley is often referred to as The Pearl of Sussex and an artists haven.

“The Village Pond“ was painted by artist David Morgan, while staying at Woodybanks Cottage:

Painting of 'The Village Pond'

Amberley Village Stores & Post Office

Run by Colin and his team, the store has an excellent range of produce for local and visitor needs.

B & B visitors receive a 10% discount

Packed lunches are available on request.

Open daily from 7am.

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Photo of Amberley Village Stores & Post Office

Amberley Village Tea Room

Run by Sue and her team, serves delicious homemade cream teas, cakes and refreshments, in a beautiful country courtyard setting on sunny warm days, with the option of a cosy kitchen tea room when the weather is less accommodating.

Open March & October weekends and open 6 days a week from Easter. Closed on Wednesdays.

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Photo of Amberley Village Tea Room

Amberley Village Pottery

Run by Caroline and Barbara in Church Street, the workshop is open six days a week from 11am to 3 pm.

Closed on Wednesdays.

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Photo of Amberley Village Pottery

St. Michael's Church

Dates from the 12th Century and has historic wall paintings with brass rubbings.

There are services every Sunday.

Photo of St. Michael's Church

Amberley Castle

for those special occasions.

Photo of Amberley Castle

Winter Scene

Photo of a Winter Scene

The Sportsman Inn

Available for lunches and evening meals throughout the year.

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