The village of Stoughton is located in the South Downs National Park.  


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Directions to Stoughton

From Walderton, follow the road through the village to Stoughton (0.9m)

From Chichester, take the B2178 in a westerly direction to Funtington and turn right on Hares Lane towards Walderton. Drive through Walderton and Stoughton is the next village.

From Petersfield take the B2146 to South Harting and continue on this road through the village of Compton to Walderton. Then follow the directions above

From the West, exit the A27 at the Emsworth exit of the A27, drive trough the town of Emsworth on the A259. Continue and pass through Southbourne and turn left at Nutbourne on Broad Road northbound for 2 miles until you reach a T junction. Turn right and then as you enter Funtington, turn left onto Hares Lane towards Walderton. Then follow the directions above.

If travelling from the east, travel to Funtington on the B2146, turn right after The Fox and Hounds onto Hares Lane towards Walderton. Then follow the directions above.

How to find us in Stoughton

Places of interest -  nearby

The Octagon Way.   Start or finish this beautiful combination of walks at Woodside

The South Downs Way   Some of the most picturesque walking in the South of England

The Monarch's Way. Passes immediately outside Woodside.

The Hare and Hounds - We are less than 5 minutes walk from our great village pub and restaurant.

Goodwood - Motor and Horse racing  

Chichester Cathederal - Is 8 miles away and is also a well known location for concerts and other events

Chichester Festival Theatre -  CFT Is 8 miles away

West Wittering Beach and Estate. A wonderful stretch of beach and entrance the to Chichester harbour

Uppark. National Trust House and Garden. Is  8 miles north of Stoughton

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Includes The Mary Rose, HMS VICTORY, HM Submarine Alliance and a host of other interesting sights

Tinwood Estate / Nyetimber. Local vineyards which conduct tastings and tours are close by

Pallant House Gallery.  Located in Chichester, houses one of the best collections of Modern British art in the country