WELCOME TO COBBLESTONE WALK
Historic independent shopping arcade
Sussex's largest collection of independent shops and home to a beautiful 16th century Tea House, Cobblestone Walk is proud to serve the Steyning community as well as national and international visitors. We're committed to not only providing unique quality products and services but by all of our shops being independent, we go above and beyond to ensure our customers are delighted. We welcome you to look through our site to see all we have to offer.
Set in the heart of Steyning next to the Clock tower and opposite the car park...
With its' dark cobbles and half-timbered buildings, Cobblestone Walk oozes character but being an independent shopping village is just the start! It has been in its' current incarnation for the last twenty years. However, Steyning residents with long memories will remember it as the village bakery and Steyning Tea House, which was housed in the charming timbered cottage at the heart of the site, now The Cobblestone Tea House.
When the bakers extinguished their ovens for the last time in 1963, Steyning House (as it was then known) stood empty for nearly ten years. Earmarked to become a supermarket, enter Wendy Tipler who Purchased the property and raised her family here and for the next 40 years.
Forward to 2011 enter Edward Woodward with a clear vision and a real passion brings to you what is now known as Cobblestone Walk……………
Cobblestone Walk is one of Steyning's oldest collection of buildings, Steyning House and Cobblestone Walk now house A beautifully quaint shopping arcade, housing one the largest collections of independent shops in Sussex.
Charming & friendly and with over 25 independent shops Cobblestone Walk is perfect for browsing and buying gifts, and a great place to while away an afternoon with visiting guests, or just to pop in for coffee and cake!
Keep an eye on this website and our social media for special offers, events, and news about new shop openings.
As one of the leading local businesses in the Steyning area, we attribute our reputation to the lasting customer relationships we’ve developed throughout the years. We believe that all of our customers deserve the highest level of service, and we are committed to providing just that.
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The Cobblestone Tea House
Paws 4 Tea
Emas Nails & Beauty
The Handpainted Studio
Artwork by John Wakefield
Architecture By Jake
Sara Abbott Artist
Ema's Nails & Beauty
The Cobblestone Tea House
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9am - 5pm
PLEASE SEE INDIVIDUAL SHOPS FOR THEIR OPENING HOURS
74 High Street, Steyning, Sussex, England, Bn44 3RD
At the Washington Roundabout junction with the A283 take the road east towards Brighton. After approximately 4 miles there is a left turn towards Ashurst and almost immediately a right turn towards Steyning. If you continue on the A283 to the next Roundabout you are in. 1st exit is Bramber Castle, 2nd exit is to The Street, Bramber continuing over a weight limit bridge to Upper Beeding, 3rd exit is to continue on A283 to Upper Beeding, by-passing Bramber. Small Dole is on the Henfield road out of Upper Beeding opposite the Rising Sun Pub.
At the A27 junction take the road west towards Worthing. Follow directions ‘From A27’.
Leave the A27 at the A 283 junction, signposted Steyning and Shoreham-by Sea. At the roundabout, take the A283 signposted Horsham and Steyning. At the next roundabout you are in Upper Beeding, take the 1st exit for Steyning and Ashurst, or the 2nd exit to continue into Upper Beeding and for the Henfield and Small Dole road.
Buses 20X and 2A run from Brighton via Shoreham-by-Sea and via Upper Beeding and Bramber to Steyning.
Bus 100 runs East / West from Pulborough to Burgess Hill, via Steyning High Street, the Street, Bramber and Upper Beeding.
Bus 106 runs from Worthing to Henfield via Steyning High Street, the Street, Bramber and Upper Beeding.
The nearest mainline station is approximately 5 miles from Steyning at Shoreham-by-Sea, which is on the main South Coast line between Brighton and Portsmouth with good access to London and the central South Coast.
On Foot, Cycle or Horseback
The Coastal Link multi-use pathway links Shoreham-by-Sea to Bramber where it joins the South Downs Way (Winchester to Eastbourne)and the Downslink route to the North Downs near Guildford. The Downslink passes through Steyning.