Storrington

Enjoy a visit to Storrington: a thriving, picturesque village, proud to be a gateway to the South Downs National Park.

An ancient village featured in the Domesday Book, Storrington has a range of attractions, shops and restaurants to enjoy. Centered around the mill pond fed by downland springs, Storrington provides easy access to the South Downs at the mid-point of the South Downs Way. If you are walking or cycling the path it’s an ideal stop-off point to stay the night or re-charge with the excellent food and drink options available.

Photo from view ranger

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