The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Located in the centre of the village this traditional pub offers locals and guests a warm welcome. Reals ales are available and there's outside seating in warmer weather.
William the Conqueror landed here in 1066 before the historic Battle of Hastings. At the time the harbour was a bustling port but over time the coast has receded and now the local village is over a mile away from the beach. These days the shingle beach is pretty quiet with good views over the channel. Pay and display parking is available nearby and dogs are allowed although restrictions may apply in high season.
Wide open pebbled beach
A lot my pebbled beach not many other facility
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.
Snuggled in the rolling hills of East Sussex, Burwash is a charming village with many interesting buildings and a lovely tree-lined high street. Batemans, home to the legendary Rudyard Kipling is now a popular National Trust property in the area. There's also a sprinkling of shops and two traditional pubs.
Set in the heart of the village, this local pub offers home made food, locally sourced and real ales. There's two outside garden areas for warmer months and a toasty open fire in winter.
This beautiful Jacobean house is situated in the rolling countryside of the Sussex Weald and it's not hard to see why Rudyard Kipling and his wife fell in love with Bateman's. They lived here for much of their married life and when they passed away the property was gifted to the National Trust. Today the house is preserved as it was left and is a must for anyone visiting the area.
Under new management from February 2019, this is now a family run establishment offering a creative menu using locally sourced produce. Off road parking is available and children are welcome.
A traditional farmers pub serving a traditional menu and real ales. You'll find a real fire to keep you warm in winter and outdoor seating for warmer months.
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.
Fantastic Sunday Roast!
Top quality food and very fairly priced. Would highly recommend.
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