The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Found on a winding country lane, this popular traditional pub is well worth the journey for fabulous food and a great selection of wine and beer. It has a great reputation so book ahead to ensure you get a table. Dogs are welcome and car parking is available.
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.
A gentle four mile ramble starting from Buxted Station along the banks of Tickerage Stream, around Views Wood and through Buxted Park. East Sussex Council have a some great circular walks on their website and you can find full details here eastsussex.gov.uk
Nestled in the heart of East Sussex, this quaint village offers a choice of good traditional pubs and a plethora of local walks to build up an apetite. In the distance, the magestic Buxted Park and St Margaret's Church stand guard and are well worth a visit.
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.
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Located on the southern edge of the Weald this small town offers an assortment of high street shops and small independent traders. There are supermarkets and a variety of restaurants and cafes to choose from. The Uckfield Picture House shows the latest blockbusters and events with the Picture House restaurant conveniently located across the road.
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Situated in the heart of the village, this local inn has a restaurant and bar area. Food is locally sourced using local suppliers where ever possible, even the cider comes from orchards close by.
This classic British pub offers traditional dining using seasonal ingredients locally sourced. In summer the country garden is open for guests to enjoy the Sussex countryside.
Standing magestically overlooking the 312 acres of Buxted Park, The Dining Room offers breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week with afternoon tea served for special occasions. Parking is free and booking in advance recommended.
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