The Village of Rustington contains a conservation area which has the largest number of historic buildings around including some of the finest 17th and 18th century Sussex flint cottages, some of which are thatched.
We are ideally situated for many attractions including Goodwood famous for the Festival of Speed and Revival events.
The beaches are the closest attraction and after Rustington's, the best is found at Climping, a with stretch of unspoilt and undeveloped sand dunes.
West Sussex is one of the most beautiful of the English counties with its range of hills, the South Downs National Park, lying just to the north. They offer breathtaking views, solitude, and invigorating walks, combined with fascinating glimpses into the past, pre-historic burial mounds, forts, Roman Roads, villas and medieval villages. By car too they offer much, with a network of narrow lanes coming upon quaint, hidden hamlets (and real pubs). Lanes such as those to the top of Bignor Hill or Kithurst Hilll enable the motorist to enjoy much of what the Downs have to offer.
In addition Chichester is an attractive old city with its Cathedral and Theatre, its nearby 'harbour' has some of the best sailing areas in the U.K. with boat hire and sailing school facilities. Littlehampton also offers the same, with off-shore and deep-sea fishing also available.