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Shoals of barnacled exhibits swim around the huge Enterprise fishing boat at this Stade museum, housed in a former fishers’ church.

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Award-winning gardens and landscaping with fine old trees and delightful planting to inspire throughout the year. Perfect destination for garden lovers and history enthusiasts of Tudor times.

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The Mark Cross Inn - Real fires create a homely atmosphere and there are spectacular views from the beer garden over the Sussex countryside.

One of the best preserved medieval towns in England, Rye is home to the enchanting cobbled Mermaid Street, the impressive Norman Church of St. Mary’s, a rich selection of specialist shops and a thriving fishing fleet.

The Tunbridge Wells Bar & Grill - Located in a prime location on the High Street.

There are many lovely walks on our doorstep, including ones around the 140 acres of the Wadhurst Castle Estate. Guests staying at Wadhurst Castle Cottage may view the Castle grounds by prior arrangement.

The seafront area known as the Stade (below East Hill) is home to distinctive black clapboard structures known as Net Shops...

An old-school repository of junk salvaged from various vessels that have sunk in the Channel, plus sections on fossils and diving.

In Georgian times, this historic spa town gained a reputation as the place to see and be seen. Today, visitors can wander through the Pantiles of that Georgian area, enjoy shopping in the High Street and Victoria Centre, and eat in one of a selection of excellent restaurants.

As the family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill, it contains an unrivalled collection of Churchill paintings, photographs and memorabilia.

A glimpse into the splendour of 14th Century life. Bodiam is a moated castle with magnificent ruins where once knights would have lived, loved and fought. The original wooden portcullis still survives in the impressive gatehouse. Seasonal events are staged throughout the year.

Hastings’ best caffeine stop resembles a very well-stocked secondhand bookshop with every inch of wall space packed with browsable titles...

Misshapen beams, rough-plastered walls and a vaulted ceiling make this 15th-century pilgrim’s lodging the most spectacular place to eat in Battle...

There are several golf courses, and also clay pigeon shooting and various fishing lakes in the area. Sea fishing is available at Brighton and there are some excellent walks on our doorstep, including ones around Wadhurst Castle Estate.

This immense moated pile just east of Maidstone is for many the world’s most romantic castle, and it's certainly one of the most visited in Britain...

Sarah runs a garden and cookery school at her home Perch Hill Farm, Brightling in East Sussex. Visitors are welcome on Garden Open Days or can book in to courses on floristry, growing cut flowers and cooking seasonal produce.

The family home of the Dukes of Norfolk for more than nine centuries in West Sussex. Set in 40 acres with spectacular gardens. The castle contains priceless collections of tapestries, furniture, and armour.

On this website for Wadhurst, East Sussex, you can search for great places to stay as well as local dining establishments. This site also has links to attractions, activities, events and many other notable goings on in Wadhurst.

Wadhurst, East Sussex boasts excellent hotels, quaint B&B's and comfortable guest houses in the town and the nearby vicinity. You can search for accommodation by type, distance from Wadhurst, East Sussex and rating, as well as other individual accommodation requirements.

Sussex’s Harveys Brewery perfumes Lewes town centre with a hop-laden scent. Book several months in advance for tours.

The ruins of William the Conqueror’s first stronghold sit 5 miles east of Eastbourne, just off the A259...

Whether holidaying with your family or catching up with friends, there are plenty of things to do, from enjoying the lovely walks around the Wadhurst Castle Estate to taking days out at various local attractions and many nearby National Trust Properties.  Camber Sands, Brighton Pavilion and the Bluebell Railway are also popular with visitors to Wadhurst Castle Cottage.

Wadhurst village is a short walk away with an excellent variety of shops, including banks, a post office, chemist, butcher, green grocer, mini supermarket and several hair dressers.  There is also a health food shop and tea rooms with wonderful home made cakes, where you can relax after a walk round the Castle estate. There are also two local pubs in the village – the Greyhound and the White Hart – and also Indian and Pizza restaurants and is just seven miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells.

A short walk west of the train station, this marvelous little museum is housed in a red-brick mansion...

A medieval moated manor and National Trust property near Sevenoaks in Kent.  Surrounded by peaceful gardens with an orchard, water features, lakes and woodland walks, this beautiful English country house, built nearly 700 years ago, was once the home of knights, courtiers to Henry VIII and high society Victorians.

Here are some popular days out,  visitor attractions and places to eat:

Friday 18th November for 3 days @ 6:00pm Location: Tunbridge Wells

On this spot raged the pivotal battle in the last successful invasion of England in 1066: an event that had an unparalleled impact on the country’s subsequent social structure, language and, well, pretty much everyth...

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Hotel du Vin & Bistro - Set in one Tunbridge Wells architectural landmarks, a Grade II-listed sandstone mansion built as a private residence in 1762.

Hastings last hit the national news in October 2010 when its Victorian pier burnt down...

Kew’s country garden at Ardingly in West Sussex is open all year. Enjoy 180 acres of splendid gardens, woodlands and water features. Year-round botanical interest and a riot of colour.  Every season brings a new experience.

Between the South Downs and the sea on England’s stunning south coast, Brighton offers everything from Regency heritage to beachfront chic. Offering a fantastic mix of iconic attractions, famed nightlife, award-winning restaurants, funky arts, culture, and year-round festivals and events, Brighton really does have it all.

Large, purpose-built exhibition venue at the end of the Stade used for temporary shows of contemporary British art as well as themed installations from the Jerwood collection...

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This fortress was built by William the Conquerer, and an exhibition in the grounds tells the story of the castle and the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

The famous cliffs of Beachy Head are the highest point of the chalky rock faces that slice across the rugged coastline at the southern end of the South Downs...