The sportsman is located on the fringe of Amberley Known as “the pearl of the south downs” whose many thatched cottages and pretty gardens lend immense charm whilst its antiquity is highlighted by its Norman church and castle.

The Amberley wildbrooks  and the river Arun are a must for birdwatchers, whose stay can be enhanced by a trip to the RSPB’s important site at Pulborough or the Wild life and Wetlands Trust at Arundel.

Parham house, an Elizabethan masterpiece, set

in it own highly prized gardens and deer park is

located within two miles.

Amberley working museum is situated  by the

mainline railway station (a short walk)
The roman villa at Bignor has extensive remains

of original buildings and mosaics (four miles).

Arundel with it s famous castle and boasting a myriad of little antique shops and markets and for those  that enjoy trout fishing  there’s Chalk spring fisheries.

Horse Racing at Fontwell ( eight miles) and of  course Goodwood (twelve miles), which also has motor racing and classic car events.

Historic town of  Chichester (14 miles) offering fabulous shopping opportunities, a magnificent Cathedral and the celebrated Festival Theatre,

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