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Glyndley Manor Cottages is a 2 bedroom self catering holiday accommodation that sleeps 4 and is located in Pevensey, Southern England. This property does not allow pets. Prices range from £329 to £714 per week. Local to Eastbourne, Hooe, Wartling, Willingdon
Glyndley Manor Cottages is a detached lodge in the grounds of Glyndley Manor, set in 17 acres of woodland and fields, 3.5 miles from the hamlet of Stone Cross, close to the villages of Polegate and Pevensey and the towns of Eastbourne and Battle in Sussex. All ground floor, this cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double and one twin, as well as a bathroom. The cottage also has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is a front patio with furniture and shared grounds with fishing lake and full size swimming pool. Ideal for families or friends, Glyndley Manor Cottages is in an excellent location for exploring the Sussex countryside and coast.
Splendid views of the Eastbourne seafront enhance the elegant, light feel of this popular dining room, where knowledgeable staff serve modern classics from a skillful kitchen.
This elegant restaurant is situated in the small market town of Battle and serves simple, classic fare from a seasonal menu. Local produce from farms and markets in and around Battle is used wherever possible.
Simple and delicious food, using locally sourced produce, is the focus here. The restaurant is set in the Panelled Room and The Garden Room, both dating back to the 16th century and with beautiful views over the gardens and South Downs.
The Dining Room Restaurant, set in the heart of Ashbourne, offers a seasonal menu using organic produce sourced locally from the Derbyshire countryside.
The Bull on the Green is a pub and restaurant in the heart of the Sussex countryside offering great food and a wide choice of drinks. To the rear of the pub is a secluded courtyard to sit out in on lovely summer evenings. In the winter log fires create an inviting atmosphere.
Enjoy a delicious meal at The Kings Head in Udimore. This historic pub dates from the 16th century and started life as a farm house, before becoming an ale house and ultimately the friendly, family pub that it is today. Relax in the beer garden and enjoy the warmest of welcomes.
An award winning restaurant that's perfect for every occasion. Modern European food made from the freshest seasonal ingredients and a global wine list carefully selected to complement the flavours of the dishes.
A traditional country pub with two cozy, log burning fires, beer garden and delicious, locally produced food. The Plough is also renowned on the local music scene as a great venue to catch blues, jazz and folk throughout the year.
This light and airy pub serves expertly cooked modern European cuisine at reasonable prices. The Ginger Pig uses local produce in its seasonal menu, with dishes both traditional and modern, providing a wide choice of fish, meat and vegetarian options.
There's a bright minimalist cafe on the ground floor and a smarter, more formal restaurant upstairs. The menu for both features many freshly caught fish dishes as well as meat options. There's an open plan kitchen so you can watch the chefs at work.
Adventure Park with birds of prey, animals, reptiles, giant sky leap slide, indoor soft play areas, rowing boats, toboggans, trampolines, crazy golf, plus lots more. At extra cost and weather permitting, go-karts, laser adventure game, rodeo bull, tea room and burger bar.
A huge indoor soft play area where children can plunge down the Niagara Slide, take off from the sky high aerial runway, escape over Indiana's ravine, escape the giant balls and much much more. Under fives they have their own area of slides, ball pool and sounds.
The Adventure Park has a large wooden climbing boat, paddling pools, sandpits, slides and more. The themed American golf course has two 9-hole courses which go over water and through tunnels. There is a picnic area and burger bar.
Regarded as the best small zoo in the country, Drusillas Park houses hundreds of exotic animals from monkeys and crocodiles to penguins and meerkats. Go Bananas! Monkey Kingdom and Amazon Adventure are perfect for letting off steam and Thomas the Tank Engine offers a train service 362 days a year.
The heritage trail and gardens at Paradise Park are the perfect day out for all ages. The Museum of Life is one of the finest exhibitions of its type in the country, with life size moving dinosaurs and a spectacular collection of fossils, minerals and crystals.
Middle Farm is brilliant for really small kids. You can see sheep shearing right up close at the right time of year and there's a cute play area with an old cart and horses.
You will meet enchanting seahorses, stinging jellyfish, camouflaged cuttlefish, sinister octopi, inquisitive ray and lots more. Over twenty themed fishy displays bring the seashore and the ocean depths to life before your very eyes.
Watch in amazement as giant turtles and sharks glide above you in the underwater tunnel. The Tropical Reef comes complete with a shark encircled wreck and breathtaking tropical coral.
The Ashdown herd of llamas and alpacas was started in 1987. Over the years the numbers have increased and there are now more than 100 of them at the park. As well as llamas and alpacas there are also three reindeer.
Pooh Corner is the ?Gateway? to Pooh Country and locations of the Winnie-the-Pooh stories and famous Poohsticks Bridge. Its creator has spent the past 28 years promoting Pooh Country for all Pooh fans worldwide so they can enjoy a visit to this beautiful area — for free.
A real mix of sand and shingle beaches that are great for holidaymakers. The eight mile beach is framed by the beautiful South Downs and the infamous Beachy Head. There is also an historic five mile promenade, complete with a beautiful Victorian pier and Thirties bandstand.
A wonderful pebble beach, with sandy patches. A great place to walk, although take some good shoes! If its swimming you're after then Pelham beach at Hastings is your answer. This award winning beach is perfect for families. There are plenty of amusements, cafes and restaurants to suit everyone.
Enjoy dramatic natural scenery and a serene atmosphere at Fairlight Glen Beach along Covehurst Bay. This East Sussex treasure starts with a wooded stretch that leads down to the water. The coastline features large rocks and sweeping cliff sides that enhance the visual appeal, although navigation may be difficult in some areas.
The Pett Level is a stunning beach in East Sussex that offers peaceful atmosphere and a gorgeous view between Rye and Hastings. It parallels a sea defence wall that was constructed in the 1940s. when the tide goes out, beach combers can find ancient tree stumps and remnants of a fossilised forest from the pre-Ice Age period.
This is a pebbly beach, popular with tourists and locals. It's been awarded a blue flag and is an excellent beach for families with young children.
Lagoon Watersports offers a fun way to enjoy the benefits of being near the Brighton Marina. The facility includes a sea sailing school that can teach ambitious seafarers how to sail a dinghy, yacht or powerboat. Sessions are available for individuals, families and groups. Travellers and locals alike can fully enjoy being by and on the water with Lagoon Watersports!
A fun place to explore and have fun in the mud! Mainly marshland and wet sands, it is a great place for a swim and an ice cream.
Cycle along the coast from Pevensey and Westham railway station via Pevensey Castle to Bexhill and then return via the Pevensey Levels and Herstmonceux Castle and Observatory.
A paved route running from Hampden Park to Heathfield. Perfect for families due to the few road crossings and short stints on roads.
A predominantly off-road route on very hilly terrain which is often muddy and wet. Begin at Newhaven Town and take in the fascinating places along the way, such as Friston Forest, the Seven Sisters cliffs, and Beachy Head.
The Old Roar Gill is a narrow valley that runs along a stream. This deeply cut land feature begins with a sandstone ridge and meanders through Alexandra Park. Explore this lovely wooded area and observe two gorgeous waterfalls, hard rock formations and the many plants and animals that call this lush region home.
A very challenging ride climbing almost 3000ft (900m) in total, covering roads, muddy tracks and bridle ways. There are spectacular views, however and if you're up for the challenge it's a fantastic ride.
A mixed route on roads and public byways covering some very hilly sections and other more flat areas.
Discover the unique beauty that makes the Undercliff Walk so memorable! Just east of the Marina is an exciting journey that runs along the base of the chalk cliffs. The excursion covers approximately 4.5 km and provides amazing views you can't find elsewhere. Enjoy the fresh air and invigorating atmosphere of land and sea as you travel the Undercliff Walk!
This beautiful park is at the heart of the East Sussex countryside and is part of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Have an explore and a pub lunch.
Cross the deserted marshes of Walland and Romney on this challenging 48 mile ride.
Wind through the lovely, historic town of Rye and join the surfaced bridleway, and eventually the cycle route which takes you past some beautiful lakes. Keep an eye out for local wildlife. The trail then goes through Camber onto the sea wall. Why not have a break on the beach before continuing on to Lydd to complete the route.
Travel between Rye and Winchelsea through the delightful woodlands on a traffic free bridleway. Look out for the impressive Camber Castle and admire the panoramic views across Winchelsea Beach and out to sea.
Explore the parish of Edenbridge in this circular 6 mile route. The track can become particularly muddy at times especially if the river floods.
The Campbell circuit is 650 metre, full tarmac outdoor pro-kart track with a minimum width of 6 metres, a choice of track layouts, and computerised lap timing equipment.
Morgan Sailing offer tuition in sailing, shorebased RYA sailing courses, sailing yacht charter and corporate sailing events. You can choose the length of your course and you will be sailing around Eastbourne Bay.
The Spray Water Sports Centre caters for a wide variety of abilities and offers a huge range of activities. These include power boating, body boarding, sailing, canoeing and windsurfing. Why not try your hand at something new and take a course in one of these exhilarating sports?
The Nationwide Paintball site near Hastings and Eastbourne lies in some 85 acres of woodland. You will be given a full safety briefing and will be able to talk tactics with the marshal. Enter the paintballing war zones and try your luck in 'The Swamp', 'The Village' and 'The Fort', to name a few.
Situated in the heart of Battle, a magnificent 9 hole course in over 90 acres in a woodland setting: the most beautiful surroundings in which to enjoy a round of golf. Second tees make a challenging 18 hole round.
At the Lewes Leisure Centre you can enjoy a range of activities including swimming, and swimming lessons, as well as children's activities such as the play zone, the magic castle and the ocean adventure.
Mitchelswood Farm is set in 20 acres on the edge of Nerwick Village. Children from the age of four can be led on a small pony before progressing through the range of proven horses and ponies as their confidence and technique improves. There's also a cafe, swimming pool and 'Boot Barn' riding footware shop on site.
Situated in heart of the beautiful Ashdown Forest, this 400 year old spring-fed lake offers 6 1/2 acres of peace and tranquillity for the discerning trout fisherman.
Soft Rock Climbing provides plenty of options to get you started into climbing. Birthday parties and various other planned sessions can be catered for. (See website for outdoor climbing details)
The Dyke Golf Club in Sussex, England is a beautiful stretch of green that offers the perfect setting for a day of sport. The course is situated along a National Trust downland and farmland which encourages local wildlife and birds to frequent the area. The grounds also include a bar and restaurant.
The Brighton Squash Club invites seasoned and new players to enjoy good competition while testing their skills in a sport that was created over a century ago. The club hosts an annual tournament that runs through April and into May. Participants must submit an application form to play in tournament events.
You'd be hard put to find a safer introduction to rock climbing and the basic skills that you will learn and practise during the day: belaying (depending on experience), climbing technique, equipment selection, setting up basic top ropes, climbing etiquette and safety awareness.
A fun-packed time for the whole family. The Centre offers all Bowlplex's state of the art facilities, including 24 bowling lanes and a sports bar and grill.
Worthing Aquarena offers far more than just a swim, with a main 33 metre pool, a learner pool, diving boards, flume, sauna, steam room, sun beds and health and fitness centre.
A part of Vert Wood, this lovely nature reserve is dispersed over 4 hectares and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It also is one of the few places left which showcases Vert's once extensive heathland.
A great place to spot woodland birds, who dominate this pretty wood and breed here. Keep an eye out for spotted flycatchers and the great lesser spotted woodpeckers.
A beautiful wooded valley lying in close proximity to the lovely town of Hastings, this nature reserve has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
An expansive 17 hectare area along a floodplain in Sussex, is also a Site of Specific Scientific Interest. Birds migrate down the river valley along which the site is situated and the reedbed is an invaluable source to thousands of swallows and warblers. You may even spot a marsh harrier or a bittern if you're lucky.
The Malling Down nature reserve features scrub and chalk grassland that is home to many rare butterflies and flowers. This important natural landmark can be easily accessed on foot form the centre of Lewes. Make sure you bring a camera because you will want to capture images of this gorgeous 78 hectare large area.
Old Lodge is one of the few places left in Sussex where the delightfully colourful redstart breeds regularly. You might also spot silver studded blue butterflies, dragonflies nightjar, woodcock, tree pipit, stonechat and adder.
Situated at the tip of the Weir Wood Reservoir is its beautiful nature reserve. This in turn is backed by Ashdown Forest and thus is a wonderful place for all the family to relax and have fun in. Visit the small bird hide or take a stroll around the reservoir.
The Ashdown Forest lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is a site of special scientific interest as well as being a special protection area for wildlife, which include deer, badgers, foxes and many species of birds.
Spend some time visiting Rye Harbour's beautiful 800 acres, encompassing huge varieties of plant life and wildlife. See the extensive saltmarshes and shingle ridges and the 250 odd species of birds who have made their homes here. Keep an eye out for redshanks, lapwings and oystercatchers.
The legendary Devil's Dyke can be found a mere five miles outside of Brighton. This breathtaking natural landscape offers beautiful scenery and a unique story. Travellers can explore historic sites, including the walls and ramparts that give away the existince of an Iron Age hill fort. Find geocaches, go climbing or hunt for fossils in this stunning region.
Seven acres of beautiful and tranquil gardens set on a moated island — the longest water-filled medieval moat in England is home to a myriad of wildlife. Kitchen, Physic, Medieval Cloister and Water Gardens are all to be explored before a stroll through the Orchard and around the moat walk.
After extensive renovations, Firle Place has opened its doors to the public. This elegant landmark features classic style and lush green landscape that will be the highlight of your visit. Stop by the refurbished tea room for cream tea and a bite to eat. Travellers should check ahead of time for current open hours and admission fees.
A delightful walled herb garden, dating back from the 1700s. Admire the many statues and impressive gazebo, then sit back relax and enjoy the lovely scenery.
Rose, mulberry, herb and wild gardens surround this Jacobean house which was home to Rudyard Kipling for 30 years. On the River Dudwell, which flows through the wild garden, there is a working historic corn mill.
Explore the immense beauty oft he Southover Grange Gardens! This fascinating landmark features a 16th century house and surrounding property which has been well-manicured and made available to the public. After being occupied by numerous historic figures, the location was later requisitioned by the government during World War II. Today it provides luxurious scenery for a brief escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Alexandra Park proudly accepted the Green Flag Award for the 6th year in a row in 2010. This achievement is given to parks that are well-managed and offer a high level of value to the local community. Travellers can explore this lovely green space which is full of native wildlife. Don't forget to spend some time exploring the Old Roar Gill and Coronation Wood!
Pashley Manor is a quintessential English garden located on the Sussex and Kent border. Pashley offers a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds.
Created during the early 1990s, the beautiful gardens at Merriments have quickly developed into a stunningly beautiful 4 acres of densely planted borders where the plants grown in the nursery can be seen in a garden context with a truly remarkable depth of imagination.
Internationally renowned garden and parkland, landscaped by 'Capability' Brown, with waterfalls, cascades and some beautiful lakes. See the magnificent colours throughout the year. Sheffield park was also reportedly the site of the first England vs. Australia cricket match.
Great Dixter is a charming 15th century timber-framed manor house set in one of the most beautiful gardens in England. There are many different areas to the garden, including topiary and meadow areas, the wall garden, the high garden and the exotic garden.
Queens Park offers a wonderful setting for an afternoon stroll or a family picnic! This tranquil green space is nestled in a sheltered valley. A local herbalist maintains a wildlife garden and offers workshops. The area is also home to a clock tower which was constructed in 1915. Travellers should check with the park and event organisers to learn more about what's on during their visit.
Preston Park is recognised as the largest of all urban parks in the city of Brighton. Travellers can stop by to enjoy a lovely afternoon in the open air with lush landscape and the relaxing trickle of water ways all around. The area is also often used for circuses, concerts, family days, fairs and much more!
South Downs Way offers some of the finest countryside in the region! Anyone who enjoys a lovely view should not miss a chance to explore this breathtaking region. A 160 kilometre trail traces older routes and droveways that line the ridges of South Downs.Travellers can discover this area on foot, bicycle or horseback.
St. Ann's Well Gardens is a fascinating place packed with natural beauty. The site was originally used by Dr. Richard Russell between 1687 and 1759 as a place of healing. His clients would sip water directly from a spring as a remedy for various ailments. Later the maintained gardens were changed and entertainment was added.
Surrounded by acres of beautiful parkland, Groombridge has history dating back to the 17th century. The backdrop to the formal walled gardens is the classical Restoration manor house.
Dating back to the early 20th century, this garden features plantlife from all over the world, including Burma, Tasmania, the Himalayas and the Andes. Borde Hill also showcases a superb collection of champion trees.
You'll discover 27 acres of magnificent woodland and water gardens filled with rare and unusual plants including specimens from all over the world. A lot to enjoy if you are a green fingered enthusiast. (Limited wheelchair access)
Delightfully informal, Emmett's Garden is not very large — it covers an area of about 4 acres at the highest point in Kent on the 600 foot sandstone ridge so there are wonderful views. Its stunning rock garden has recently been restored.
Hailsham Pavilion combines a fully restored interior featuring high quality decor associated with the Golden Days of cinema and theatre entertainment, with a programme and facilities which are right up to date.
This beautifully restored early 19th century fortress provides the perfect setting for the largest military museum in the south east. Collections include the Royal Sussex Regiment, the Queen?s Royal Irish Hussars and the Sussex Combined Services.
The Underground Theatre is a cosy and intimate performance space and a great venue for small-scale professional productions of drama, dance and music.
Discover a magical time travel adventure for the whole family at award-winning social history attraction, Yesterday?s World. Set in a charming 600 year old hall house and new state of the art exhibition centre, it features the backstreets of Victorian England, Queen Elizabeth II's coronation and fashions of the psychedelic seventies.
Learn about the many exciting opportunities available in Lewes, East Sussex! The tourist information centre is available to guide newcomers as they experience this charming district. Book accommodations, gather a list of upcoming events, reserve tickets and/or pick up a souvenir or two! Books, postcards and much more are available at the Lewes Tourist Information Centre!
From fine paintings to china, this vast collection has something for everyone. There is an emphasis placed upon local wildlife and the contrast between today and 150 million years ago. Children will love the fossils, dinosaurs and prehistoric crocodiles!
Adventure Golf Hastings offers a fun way to spend any clear afternoon! Don't just play miniature golf, dive right into a beautiful landscape that was heavily inspired by sunny Florida. The course includes 7 waterfalls, over 37 fountains, a cave, Tikki poles. Some fountains also produce an amazing dancing water display!
Explore the Old Gallery and get a better perspective on Hastings and the people who thrive there. This unique collection includes eye-catching interpretations of many of the area's key landmarks and cultural icons. Each was painted with love and care by Andrew G. Dennis, a man who grew up in the area and has come to admire it's many beautiful features.
Art lovers should not miss a chance to stop by the Rebel Gallery in Old Town, Hastings. This independent collection features the amazing work of imaganist Suzanne Powell and photographer Jon Wilhelm. Previously known as the Huldrick Studio and Gallery, the Rebel Gallery forms the cornerstone for art in Old Town.
The Tablet Gallery in Hastings offers fine art for home or business. This fascinating retailer offers a wide variety of stunning pieces. Find something to hang on a wall, look for limited edition pieces or pick up a high quality dishwasher safe mug that was individually printed with the work of Gavin Luker.
The Electric Palace is a unique independent digital cinema nestled in Hasting's Old Town. The venue was specially developed to cater to film presentations and similar events. Audiences regularly attend to take in screenings of classic, world and contemporary cinema. Travellers are invited to book in advance to make sure they have a seat during their stay!
Everyone has a great time when they visit Flamingo Amusement Park! This family-friendly attraction contains an array of exciting rides and activities. Hop on Cinderella's carousel or explore the ShowTime funhouse. There's a ghost train, bumper cars, thrill rides and much more! The grounds include an on-site ATM and cafe.
Don't forget to check out the Leigh Gallery during your visit to Hasting's Old Town! This captivating gallery was established in Bloomsbury in 1982. It later moved to its current neighbourhood in 2001. Curious shoppers can find a lovely selection of unique items that range from paintings to glass, ceramics, decorative boxes and other amazing pieces.
Priory Meadow is a shopping centre with all you'll need under one roof — clothes shops, electrical shops, music shops and restaurants, and bars for when it's time for a break.
The American Express Community Stadium is recognised as one of the most iconic in all of England. This important sports venue is the home of the Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club. Along with opportunities to spectate, visitors can also participate in public tours of the facility. These run on specific days throughout the week.
Since 1859, the University of Brighton has been instructing creative young minds in many artistic pursuits. Today the facility boasts an impressive art programme as well as a number of unique exhibits. See an exciting collection of work from the world's leading research environment for artistic endeavours during your stay in Brighton!
The beautiful Brighton Dome is the premier multi-arts venue along the south coast. This culturally important landmark has seen more than 200 years of history in the area. The organisation produces 600 plus events in the areas of theatre, music, dance, spoken word, literature, comedy, film, visual arts, digital media and more annually.
Located in Preston Circus, the Holistic Health Clinic offers many enticing treatments that will invigorate the mind and body. Visitors can participate in a Yoga or Pilates session or sign up for one of the many courses and workshops hosted at the facility. The services list includes deep tissue massage, cranial osteopathy, aroma therapy, chiropractic services, healing techniques, homeopathy and much more!
The handsome Theatre Royal in Brighton is the perfect place to enjoy a good show. Pastries, cakes, tea, coffee and other refreshments can be enjoyed in the Parlour while entry level bars offer additional libations during your visit. Travellers should check the theatre's current production schedule to see what's on when they will be in the area.
North Laine in Brighton is a haven for travellers who want to relax and enjoy one of the most vibrant regions in the city. This charming urban stretch includes more than 400 unique cafes, entertainment venues and independent shops. There is truly something for everyone! Take a tour, go shopping or stop in for a bite to eat during your stay.
The famous Spiegeltent is a hand hewn pavilion that features the finest cabaret and music around. Very few authentic Spiegeltents still exist today. The tents were constructed with mirrors, wood, canvas, velvet, brocade and leaded glass which gave each its own unique personality. Visitors can explore the many classic acts and attractions featured, which range from jazz to debates, comedies and much more!
The University of Sussex has served as a popular educational institute for over 50 years. More than 13,000 students have taken up the intellectual and creative challenges presented by the school, coming out stronger and more prepared for their future careers. Available courses span a number of broad areas, including law, business, engineering, psychology, life sciences, physical sciences, art history, philosophy and medicine.
The main museum arch is the focal point of Brighton's fishing quarter. It contains a 27ft beach boat, prints, photographs and memorabilia of Brighton seafront life from the Regency days to the post-war boom in pleasure boat operations.
Experience the quaint atmosphere and unique retail opportunities available at the Lanes in Brighton! This fascinating area is packed with novelty restaurants and charming shops. Buskers often make their way up and down the streets, adding even more variety to your visit. Discover local history, enjoy live jazz music and find something special to take home with you at the Lanes!
The Brighton Media Centre includes two buildings located a 10 minute walk from the nearby train station and just a minute from the beach. Office space, studios and event space is available. Business travellers, groups, organisations and others can contact the Brighton Media Centre for more information on venue space and related services.
Chocoholly bills itself as a "creative chocolatier". This enticing shop offers a mouthwatering selection of the finest confections, ranging from chocolate bars to gift hampers, salted caramels and seasonal items. Workshops are also held so visitors can learn more about how their favourite dessert is made. Organic and vegan items are available.
The Regency Town House is a five storey Grade I listed building in Brunswick Square, Hove and also includes a basement annexe a few doors away. The house and basement are currently under restoration, so viewing is by pre-booking only, see website for details.
Undercover shopping centre with a varied selection of all your favourite high street outlets.
The infamous sound and light show opens up the town?s local history and the fascinating walking tours on offer allow visitors interesting insights into the town?s rich heritage. Enjoy an exhibition of the old arcade games that once dominated all British seaside resorts or for the more brave souls amongst you take the ghost tour and learn of local legend and folklore.
Rye Art Gallery stands at the heart of the ancient town of Rye, displaying works of both regional and national importance. The Gallery comprises two historic buildings, housing the Stormont Studio and the Easton Rooms.
The Ropetackle Arts Centre is a place for creativity and individuality. The facility is community run and has seen some of the most well-known performing arts events hosted in the United Kingdom. Each week sees another collection of exciting events and performances. Travellers should check the official website to see what's on during their stay.
The best way to go sightseeing is from the sky. HeliFly Ltd. offers a unique way to get a new perspective on Sussex, Brighton and elsewhere. Flights start at around 20 minutes and go as long as 45 minutes with a custom package option. Enjoy delicious lunches, take a flying lesson or book a memorable air tour today!
The Shoreham Harbour Lifeboat Station is an important landmark in this region. The station currently welcomes visitors to come and learn more about what they do. After replacing the previously demolished facility in 2010, the current station is home to the lifeboat, Enid Collett, which was named for the donor. Tour guides and a souvenir shop are available.
Worthing Theatres offer an exciting and diverse all year-round programme of concerts, plays, cinema, dances and much more for your enjoyment. Check the website for a show to suit you.t
Charleston is an important landmark for creative individuals. This location was a common country meeting place for painters, writers, intellectuals and others. Those who frequented its quaint rooms and lush grounds were named the Bloomsbury group. Travellers can stop by and see the gorgeously decorated house and vibrant gardens that surround it.
Built at the turn of the 19th century during the Napoleonic Wars, it was the last of such towers along the Kent and Sussex coasts. Each Martello tower was fortified to repel invasion from France. This one is now the home of the Seaford Local History Museum.
Explore the wonderful Glynde Place which still plays home to the Fifth Viscount and Viscountess Hampden. View a delightful collection of artefacts collected by the different generations of the family who have lived in the house since 1569.
Visit Newhaven Fort for a fun-filled family day out. Explore the tunnels at the heart of the cliffs and then take in the spectacular views over the South Downs. Learn about the history of this Victorian Fortress, including the important position it held in both World Wars and experience the Blitz first hand down in a 1940s air raid shelter. (Certain areas not accessible by wheelchairs)
The grounds and ruins of a great Benedictine abbey, founded by William the Conqueror to commemorate the Battle of Hastings. Listen to a fascinating audio tour as you explore the battlefield, see where King Harold met his end and admire the beautiful abbey.
This small converted farmhouse and garden was the home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf from 1919 until Leonard's death in 1969. Some furniture and personal items remain in the house in which the Woolfs entertained artists and writers of the Bloomsbury Group.
St. Leonard, Hollington became a popular destination for visitors who wanted to see the tranquil beauty of the "church in the woods." It was also a preferred choice for many burials, memorials and clandestine marriages. New housing was added during the 1970s onward, which reduced much of the tree cover.
Given to Anne of Cleves in the 15th century in th divorce settlement from Henry VIII, this timber-framed house contains impressive pottery collections, an ironwork gallery and artifacts from chimney back and boot-scrapers.
The Glyndebourne is a must-see for fans of classic performances. This independently financed opera house has been bringing in audiences since the 1930s. Along with amazing live performances, the Glyndebourne is also committed to reducing its impact on the environment. Energy saving systems have been implemented so guests enjoy a comfortable experience in a green facility.
Imposing ruins are all that remain of the huge Priory of St Pancras, destroyed by Thomas Cromwell in 1538. A portion of the 13th century marble Great Gate survives as do parts of the refectory, dormitory, infirmary, chapel and cloisters. (Limited disabled access)
Explore a cosy place full of unique retail opportunities and much more! Old Town in Hastings offers many wonderful ways to spend an afternoon. Discover amazing treasures by browsing one of the antique dealers or stop by a fine art gallery for a bit of inspiration! The area includes independent fashion boutiques, bookshops and a warm bohemian style.
The Fishermen's Museum in Hastings is one of the most popular landmarks in the area. This attraction is available almost every day and has seen more than 140,000 visitors. It was originally formed in 1956 as local residents worked to preserve Hasting's rich maritime history. Today visitors can tour an extensive collection of nautical memorabilia while learning about the region's past.
The Shipwreck Museum can be found right along Hasting's shoreline. More than a million visitors have explore the unique collection of maritime exhibits featured here. Learn more about local history while taking in some fascinating tales of life on the high seas. Friendly staff are available to answer questions and help guide you as you discover this important landmark.
Nestled at the centre of Old Town in Hastings, the Stables Theatre and Arts Centre can be located inside a charming 18th century building. The venue originally opened its doors in 1959 and was later improved and expanded to include 126 seats. Each year sees 10 unique productions at the facility. These include the finest amateur performances as well as touring professional productions and local groups.
The history of the Volks Electric Railway date back to 1851, when the son of a German clockmaker began an apprenticeship learning how to make scientific instruments. He later applied his knowledge of electricity to create an electric railway. The idea grew, with plans to extend the track all the way to the town boundary. Today visitors can ride along in the charming train cars, which were created as far back as 1883.
You will feel like you have climbed to the top of the world after seeing the amazing view from Ditchling Beacon! This breathtaking natural site can be found approximately 7 miles north of Brighton. This area once served as a beacon to warm of invasion. Today it holds much archaeological significance, with the ruins of an Iron Age hill fort among its lush landscape.
Conveniently positioned in the cultural quarter of Brighton, the Museum and Art Gallery is surrounded by the Royal Pavilion gardens. This facility contains an exciting collection of exhibits that feature many inspiring creations. Education facilities and art rooms are also located on site as well as the Brighton Museum Cafe.
Ditchling Museum tells the story of an exceptional village and its community of 20th century artists and craftsmen. Exhibitions are accompanied by a programme of lectures, workshops and children's activities, focusing particularly on the art and craft collection.
The Royal Pavilion is an extravagant palace that will take your breath away! It was originally constructed for Prince Regent and was later used by King George IV. The structure is well-known for its excitingly exotic design, which is apparent inside as well as out. Some of the best examples of chinoiserie can be found hidden within.
The Brighton Buddhist Centre offers travellers a respite from the bustle of daily life. Learn more about your self and the world we all share through the teachings of Buddha. Visitors can learn meditation practises with introductory courses. Yoga and Tai Chi classes are also available. Discover a better way of life through improved health, wellbeing and meditation.
The Old Police Cells Museum has been welcoming visitors to its unique collection since 2005. This fascinating landmark includes a number of exhibits that feature women's and men's cells. View a 1950s detective's office, see authentic police uniforms from decade's past, explore reconstructed prisoner quarters and pay respects in the memorial room.
The Jewish community has been a part of the Brighton area since the 18th century. The congregation currently oversees 2 synagogues, one on Middle Street and the other on New Church Road. The organisation's goal is to education and assist its members as they pursue an orthodox way of life.
Travellers can head to Standen Lane to observe the breathtaking Chattri monument. The tremendous contribution made by the Indian army resulted in many lost and wounded. The Chattri was the first of two memorials constructed in honour of the sacrifice of these brave men. An inscription appears in Hindi and English explaining the purpose of this important landmark.
Locating on Davigdor Road in Hove, St. Mary and St. Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church is an important site for members of the religious community. Weekly services and lessons are hosted along with other events throughout the year. Visitors can check with the church organisers to learn more about service times.
Beautiful and fascinating, the Preston Manor is the perfect place to visit during your trip to Brighton. This fully furnished and decorated landmark features rich Edwardian style. The upper levels include elegant reception rooms and bedrooms while the lower levels are home to the kitchens and servants' rooms. Travellers should check current open hours before visiting.
St. Helen's church was constructed sometime during the 10th or 11th centuries. It was later restored in 1876. The location is currently recognised as a significant religious landmark as well as a popular feature in the Hove area. Many have contributed to the effort to save the church, which has been at risk of closure by order of the Church of England.
The Hove Museum and Art Gallery is home to an eclectic selection of unique items. The exhibits feature everything from cinematic artefacts to toys, fine art and crafts. The eye will be captivated as the mind learns more about this fascinating area and it's history and culture. The facility also includes a gift shop and tea rooms.