East Sussex GuideEast Sussex is a county in the South East of England. It is also possible to cycle from Tunbridge Wells to East Grinstead along the The Forest Way, which passes through Forest Row. HotelsFind hotels in Brighton and Hove, Forest Row, Eastbourne, Seaford, Hassocks and more.
Popular in East SussexBrightonBrighton is a famous seaside resort and charming city (on the south coast of England, in the county of East Sussex and almost immediately due south of the capital city London. Ashdown ForestAshdown Forest is in East Sussex. Ashdown Forest covers 14,000 acres of lowland heathland which has never been under the plough and so provides a unique habitat for many species of flora and fauna. EastbourneEastbourne is a town in East Sussex, on England's South East coast. Eastbourne is a popular and traditional sea-side resort on the south coast of England, about 110 km from London and has a population of just under 100,000, making it the second largest town in Sussex.
In East SussexCuckmere HavenCuckemere Haven is in the South Downs and East Sussex of England. Cuckmere Haven is an area of flood plains in Sussex, England where the river Cuckmere meets the English Channel between Eastbourne and Brighton. South DownsSouth Downs is in East Sussex, England The South Downs passes through the counties of East Sussex, West Sussex and Hampshire. LewesLewes is the county town of East Sussex. By train from London Victoria, Brighton or Eastbourne, Hastings. UckfieldUckfield is located in the Heart of the Weald. It is a jolly town with all the amenities that local people and tourists could want. RobertsbridgeRobertsbridge is in East Sussex. Robertsbridge is a village in the county of East Sussex, England. RyeRye is a town in East Sussex. Trains run directly from Ashford International and Brighton with trains to London calling at both stations. HastingsHastings is a seaside town in East Sussex, in the South East of England. Hastings is most famous for the battle that took place there in 1066 between King Harold's English and William the Conqueror's Normans. HailshamThe market town of Hailsham, located in the Wealden district of East Sussex, was originally known as an agricultural centre. HartfieldHartfield is a village in Ashdown Forest, East Sussex. It is famous as the setting for the Winnie the Pooh stories by A.A Milne. BexhillThe town of Bexhill is located approximately six miles west of Hastings in the Rother District of East Sussex and has a population of just over 42,000. NewhavenNewhaven is in East Sussex. By train from Lewes or Brighton. By ferry from Dieppe. CrowboroughCrowborough is a town in East Sussex near the border with Kent, in the South East of England. BattleBattle is a small town in the county of East Sussex, England, about 5 miles inland from Hastings and is the aptly-named site of the Battle of Hastings, fought between Harold, King of England and William, Duke of Normandy in 1066. HeathfieldHeathfield is a town in East Sussex, in the High Weald. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty. WadhurstWadhurst is a small rural village in East Sussex, in the South East of England. Wadhurst is a short drive from the A267 on either the B2099 or B2100. MayfieldMayfield is a small rural village in East Sussex, in the South East of England. Mayfield is just off the A267. SeafordSeaford is a small town and coastal resort in East Sussex. Seaford is a quiet, charming town located 10 miles east from Brighton and 10 miles west from Eastbourne.
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