A village and civil parish in the Horsham area of West Sussex in England, Lower Beeding has an estimated population of under one thousand residents, and is a charming place where you can really get to know the locals and enjoy their warmth and hospitality. Located around three and a half miles from Horsham this village lies on the B2110, and offers convenient transport links that will enable you to get around and explore with ease.
Until Victorian times Lower Beeding remained part of the Upper Beeding parish, which lies around ten miles away. Today, Lower Beeding offers its own unique charm and character, and is a pleasant place to enjoy a stroll and enjoy meeting local people to learn more about the traditions and culture of the area. You will find plenty to do within easy reach of this village, and therefore you can combine relaxation with exploration and adventure.
Amongst the various attractions and places of interest that you will find in Lower Beeding are the , which lie just one mile away, the High Beeches Gardens, the Horsham Museum, Borde Hill Garden, Newtimber Place, the Hollygate Cactus Garden and Nursery, the Steyning Museum, St Mary's House and Garden, and Fisher's Farm Park, all of which are within ten miles of the village.
You can look forward to a choice of cuisine when you come to this area, as you will find a range of places to dine out within easy reach of the village, from casual dining establishments to more up-market dining facilities. You will also find a choice of accommodation within easy reach of the village, where you can enjoy relaxing in comfort.