History of Amberley West Sussex
Amberley is a charming mix of materials, periods and stone walls covered in wild flowers, set beneath the South Downs National Park. It is loved by hikers, cyclists, artists, wildlife enthusiasts as well as the residents, most of whom, having found Amberley, never leave. See Architecture. Amberley is full of creative people and has always attracted artists and craftspeople. See Artists. For a gallery of works by current artists and information on past artists. South Downs National Park.
About Amberley and Area
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 16 th. Visit the Village Tea Rooms. There are several local pu...