Places of interest
Pevensey Castle, Pevensey english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/pevensey-castle
Built by the Romans, and used by William the Conqueror to rest his army on reaching Britain.
St, Mary’s Church, Westham stmaryswestham.org.uk
The first church built in this country by the Normans and Grade 1 listed.
Bateman’s, Burwash nationaltrust.org.uk/batemans
Author Rudyard Kipling’s home, where he wrote some of his finest books.
Charleston Farmhouse, Firle charleston.org.uk
Country home where the Bloomsbury Group gathered for almost half a century, around 15 minutes drive from us.
Monks House, Rodmell nationaltrust.org.uk/monks-house
Country home of author Virginia Woolf and her journalist husband Leonard.
World famous Opera House set in the South Downs, around 20minutes drive from us.
Standen, East Grinstead nationaltrust.org.uk/standen-house-and-garden An Art and Crafts family home, featuring many William Morris carpets, fabrics and wallpapers.
1066 country’s official website for places to stay and attractions to visit.
Resources to explore the heart of Sussex.
Local Galleries – hosting regular exhibitions
De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill dlwp.com
Jerwood Gallery, Hastings jerwoodgallery.org
Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne townereastbourne.org.uk