The B2233 is a semi-rural B-road in west Sussex. Except for the western end, the road was originally numbered B2144, becoming the A2024 in 1935 and the B2233 in the 1970s.
Starting on the A259 to the west of Climping the road heads northwestwards and soon reaches Yapton where the B2132 comes in from the left at a mini-roundabout. There's a short multiplex through the village before the B2132 turns right at another mini-roundabout and the B2233 continues ahead.
After going through Saxby we reach Barnham where there's a low bridge under the railway line and a sharp left-hand bend immediately afterwards. We then run alongside the railway as far as the station before bearing off to the right. The road remains built-up and soon reaches a roundabout on the A29 in Eastergate.
We multiplex west into Westergate and regain the B2233 number by turning right. The road soon enters open country and then continues on to reach the A27 where it ends. B2233 traffic must turn left onto the A27 but all movements from that road are permitted.