Places to Visit

South Downs National Park and the South Downs Way

The South Downs National Park has it all – rolling hills, glorious heathland, river valleys, ancient woodland, listed buildings, diverse archaeology, thriving villages and market towns, and the iconic white cliffs of the Heritage Coast.

The South Downs Way is a 100 mile (160km) long-distance off-road National Trail running the entire length of the South Downs National Park.  Providing spectacular views from its high ridges across a changing patchwork of fields, woods, rolling hills, wide river valleys and its Heritage Coast, this route connects Winchester, the Saxon Capital of England and the white cliffs of Eastbourne.

Seven Sisters

Situated in the South Downs National Park, Seven Sisters Country Park comprises 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland.  A great place to explore and offers spectacular views of the Seven Sisters cliffs, Seaford Head Nature Reserve, Cuckmere Haven and surrounding rolling downland.

I visited Breakers Bed & Breakfast at the end of October and had a great time, The owners Mark and Christine were lovely and very welcoming and you could tell they had put lots of work into making this the best guest house in Eastbourne.

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