Situated in Sussex on the south coast of England between Brighton and Eastbourne, Rottingdean is a few minutes from Brighton and 90 minutes from London by road. There is plenty to do and see in Rottingdean with its beach and seafront, picturesque village green, gardens and pond as well as the famous windmill. The village has a rich and fascinating story. Rottingdean offers a blend of traditional village life, contrasting coastline and rolling countryside – a rich and diverse experience.
The village of Alfriston bustles with visitors: it has medieval medieval-framed inns, flint cottages, tea and antique shops. A trip to Alfriston makes for a relaxing break to explore the historic heritage of the village as well as the surrounding countryside. Nearby, carved into the chalk of the Downs, is the Long Man of Wilmington, a 227-foot figure, probably of Anglo-Saxon origin.
Rye today is much-visited, classic medieval town with a stone gateway. Timber-framed and tile-hung houses stand along cobbled streets, of which Mermaid Street is the prettiest. From a picturesque cobbled street, step back in time into one of England’s oldest & loveliest inns. The Mermaid's quiet, unassuming facade looks down on famous cobbled Mermaid Street and although the sign outside the olde worlde black and white timbered hotel says ''rebuilt in 1420'' the cellars are some 300 years older, dating back to 1156.
Eastbourne is a world-famous tourist destination with five miles of unspoilt beaches, a vibrant arts and entertainment scene and is gateway to the beautiful South Downs National Park. Located on the South East coast of the UK Eastbourne has won awards such as “Best UK Resort” and “Most Welcoming Town in Britain”. There are plenty of attractions and fun things to do from theme parks and zoos to exploring the area's history, discover 1066 castles, museums and art galleries.