The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Located in the centre of the pretty village of Cuckfield, the Rose and Crown is a delightful village pub with a restaurant, bar and large garden for al fresco dining. Check out their website for opening times and to reserve a table.
Here you'll find a shingle beach which sits in-between Shoreham-by Sea and Worthing. Dogs are allowed year round which is great for dog walkers as there's a vast swathe of compact sand exposed at low tide. The beach is popular with sailors, windsurfers and kite-surfers. Please note there is no lifeguard cover.
A nature reserve since 1967, Blunts Wood and Paige's Wood make up 22 acres of woodland. Criss-crossed with footpaths and a bridleway visit here to discover a great variety of wildlife including dormice, stoats and glow worms.
With a great selection of independent shops, it would be easy to mistake Cuckfield for a small town rather than a village. Beautifully kept and with a lovely selection of old buildings, Cuckfield is a pretty place and definitely worth a visit.
A family run traditional village pub where food is cooked to order and dogs are welcome. There's a large outside terrace and inside the decor is warm and cosy.
Lovely pub, fantastic service and great value for money. Will definitely be visiting again
Okenden Manor is a delightful hotel on the outskirts of Cuckfield. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with morning coffee and afternoon tea also available. Take a look at their website for menu details and to make a reservation.
Built in the nineteenth century, this village pub sits on the outskirts of the village and offers a traditional menu. There's a covered outside area for al fresco dining and terraced gardens.
With two great parks, Victoria and Beech Hurst Gardens, a good selection of independent shops and lots of places to dine, Haywards Heath is a lovely town with lots to offer. Shoppers should head for Orchards Shopping Centre with The Broadway the place to go for restaurants and cafes.
This gentle walk will take you along the banks of the reservoir and through pretty countryside to several bird hides. This easy trail is one and a half miles long (return trip) and has benches along the route, perfect for picnics. Take a look at the Ardingly Activity Centre link for further details about this delightful walk.
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