Pulborough is a rural village surrounded by glorious Sussex countryside. Walk along the River Arun across Pulborough Brooks for stunning views – it’s four kilometres to the RSPB Nature Reserve, which is home to some wonderful wildlife. Ride the South Downs Light Railway miniature steam train at the Pulborough Garden Centre, just 1.5 miles from here. For ancient history, visit Bignor Roman Villa, five miles away, to discover the area’s Roman heritage and see beautifully preserved mosaics.
Things to do
Explore the fascinating remains of a Roman home and view world-class mosaic floors. Open March-October.
This family-run boutique wine producer makes award-winning still and sparkling wines.
Encounter sculptures, wildlife, nature and even giants on this enchanting four-kilometre trail in Pulborough.
This ancient two-cell church was built in about 1050 and has of the country's oldest Romanesque wall paintings.
This charming parish church sits amid peaceful Parham Park and very close to Parham House.
The church with a chancel built in the 1200s and the tower nave and aisles built in the early 1400s.