The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Ideally situated in the heart of the village, this pub offers lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and a takeaway menu. There's outdoor seating for summer months and a roaring log fire to warm your toes in winter. Bookings required for all diners.
A long four mile shingle beach with no sand in sight, so whilst you won't be building sandcastles you can enjoy clear waters and great views towards Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters. You'll find a good number of cafes close by and a cycle path which runs along the back of the beach. Parking is usually available on nearby side roads. Volunteer lifeguards patrol the area during summer months and there is a seasonal dog ban on the central section of the beach only.
One of the largest free public places to visit in the South East, Ashdown Forest offers up 6.5k acres of woodland and heathland, perfect for walkers, ramblers and wildlife seekers. Visit The Ashdown Forest Centre on Coleman's Hatch Road to learn all there is to know about the area.
In the High Weald Area of Outstanding Beauty, this pretty village sits to the south east of East Grinstead. Close to Ashdown Forest it's the ideal place to visit for walks, cycling, rambling or horse riding. If you'd like to experience a journey with a difference, the Bluebell Railway will take you back to the Victorian era with a steam train ride through the surrounding countryside.
Welcome to a 200 acre community owned farm where you can enjoy browsing in the farm shop for local produce including vegetables, dairy, bread and honey amongst other delights. There's also barista coffee served from a horsebox in the coffee barn and a wood burner to keep you toasty in winter.
Situated in the centre of the pretty village, this16th century pub has ample outdoor seating for summer days. Food is locally sourced and the menu changes depending on the season. The wine list is extensive and you will also find local sparkling wines available.
Here's your chance to walk a Llama. Or maybe say hello to an eclectic mix of other animals including alpacas, reindeer, donkeys, pigs and lambs. You'll also find a playground, cafe and gift shop, fun for all the family.
Welcome to Deers Leap, a 240 acre park with dedicated mountain bike tracks set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There's a bike hire shop, repairs if you take your own and a cafe for that well deserved break.
If you're in the area a visit here is a must. You can pick your own seasonal fruit, shop for local produce and call in to the cafe for a well deserved break. Food is locally sourced and vegans, gluten and dairy free options are available.
Oast Farm Shop
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