The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
A 14th century traditional pub located in the heart of the pretty village of Sedlescombe. Perfect for anytime of year, with a roaring fire in winter and relaxing beer garden for the summer months.
A long shingle beach with areas of sand at low tide. There's a Victorian pier to visit and Hastings town has traditional seaside attractions. Lifeguards are present during high season and the beach is cleaned daily. Dog restrictions apply and there are dog free zones.
This four mile walk takes in beautiful countryside and woodland and it's at its best when the bluebells flower in early May. Start at the parish church and follow the details via the link to our friends at highweald.org
Located just 50 miles from London, this small town was named after the famous Battle of Hastings. These days life is much more tranquil and you'll find a thriving market town with pretty medieval cottages, interesting shops and historic landmarks.
Battle has an interesting past and this museum gives a facinating insight into the history of this famous town. A visit here is a must if you are in the area.
Stand on the very spot where King Harold and William the Conqueror fought their famous battle. You can explore the abbey ruins, see the sculpture trail, visit the gatehouse exhibition and if all that sounds exhausting, pop into the Battle Abbey Cafe for refreshments.
Family friendly and dog welcoming, this pub offers a seasonally changing menu using locally sourced produce. An open fire will warm you in winter and in the summer months you can take advantage of the large garden.
A pretty traditional pub situated in the heart of the village of Netherfield. With ingle nook fireplace and lovely garden, it's a great place to visit any time of year. The menu is created using local produce and you can choose from the a la carte menu, bar snacks and roast on Sundays.
With lush countryside and woodland walks it's easy to see why this area is a ramblers delight. Take a look at the Burwash Walks website and discover a variety of walks in and around the area, all starting from the car park in the centre of the village.
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Things to do
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