Amberley is situated at the foot of the South Downs. Its neighbours are Storrington, West Chiltington and Arundel. The village is noted for its many thatched cottages. The house named "The Thatched House" is one of the village's few non-thatched houses.

William Champion Streatfeild, who was later Bishop of Lewes for a brief period, was vicar of Amberley with Houghton from 1897 to 1902. His daughter, the children's novelist Noel Streatfeild, spent part of her childhood there.[2] These may have been the happiest years of her childhood.[3]

View our upcoming events in October including book signings and talks for A-Z of Bury St Edmunds, Mission to China, The Georgian Kitchen, The Somerset & Dorset Railway Through Time, Reading in 50 Buildings and the The Richard III Foundation, Inc. - 2016 Annual Symposium.

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Welcome to Amberley Castle, a unique luxury hotel located in the picturesque village of Amberley at the foot of the South Downs. 

The village's name was Michael Jupp's inspiration for that of the character Amberley in his TV series The Dreamstone.

One of the attractions in Amberley is Amberley Working Museum.

Amberley is a village and civil parish in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England.

Amberley has a working pottery and is also home to a ceramics designer.[8] Amberley Working Museum was used as a set location for the James Bond film A View to a Kill as "Mainstrike Mine".

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View our upcoming events in November including book signings and talks for The Princess's Garden, River Frome From Source to Sea and Harpenden The Postcard Collection.

 AA Four Red Stars, Inspectors' Choice 2014-15

 Three Rosettes by The AA Restaurant Guide

If you would like to make a reservation or to find out more information, please call 01798 831 992 or email info@amberleycastle.co.uk.

Amberley has its own railway station on the Arun Valley Line, with regular services to Bognor Regis, Portsmouth and London.

AMBERLEY WILDBROOKS A great haven for birdlife in winter

View our upcoming events in September including book signings and talks for Mumbles & Gower Through Time,  The Somerset & Dorset Railway Through Time, 50 Finds From Surrey, Frampton Remembers World War I, The Princess's Garden and Mansfield Through Time.

Please use the menu above to see our beautiful countryside, hear about some of our organisations, shops and pubs, learn a little about our history and find out what's going on.

Amberley Church - A Critical Appreciation by Nigel Foxell. Menard Press ISBN 978-1-874320-54-8