Whiteways Countryside Site

Visit Whiteways near Bury Hill.

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A countryside and picnic site near Bury Hill, within short walking distance of the South Downs and Sussex Weald.

Find us

Alternatively launch our interactive iMap, select 'British National Grid' from the search menu and enter TQ001108 into the search box (top left).

Clicking ‘Paths within 500m’ in the menu highlights the footpaths around the site.

Walking

Whiteways can be reached from the nearest village, Houghton (1¼ miles), along the Monarch’s Way bridleway.

By bike

The Monarch’s Way bridleway passes close to the site. A bridleway also heads north from the site to Bury Hill where it joins the South Downs Way bridleway. Use our West Sussex Cycle Journey Planner.

By train

The nearest station is Amberley (2 miles).

By car

The car park is off Whiteways roundabout at the junction of the A29 and A284.


About

Whiteways Countryside Site is just off the Whiteways roundabout on the A29 and A284 near Bury Hill. Within short walking distance are spectacular views of the South Downs and Sussex Weald.

It includes chalk grassland and a middle bronze-age Cross Dyke designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.


What's nearby

Places to explore around Whiteways include Fairmile Bottom, Houghton Forest and Rewell Wood.

The Monarch’s Way and South Downs Way can also be accessed via local public rights of way from Whiteways.


Facilities

There is a picnic area, Whiteways Café and toilets.