Sandie and Geoff have lived in Amberley for a good number of years and live next door in Stream Barn so are on site to offer help and advice as needed.
The History of Amberley
Amberley nestles on a ridge within the South Downs National Park and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, particularly popular with walkers and cyclists. South of the village is the South Downs and to the north is Amberley Wildbrooks - site of special scientific interest.
The 12th Century Church and Castle form the historic core of the village, and many of the houses within the conservation area date from the 16th and 17th centuries and retain their thatched roofs with medieval timbers, flint and stone.
The Village Today
It will be seen that the area is one steeped in history and local traditional culture and today the atmosphere is still one centred on village life. Step out of your door into the village itself. First stop is the Village Stores and Post Office, full of locally sourced products and catering for every day needs.