Discover places to visit and things to do in our “Local Guide”
Don't miss this riverside pub near Arundel in West Sussex
It's in a perfect location: Right on the River Arun with superb views . The pub uses regional food partnersRead more.
Have you ever seen the 'Belle Tout' Lighthouse?
The Belle Tout was in service until 2 October 1902, when a new lighthouse was built at the bottom ofRead more.
Battle Abbey is well worth a visit!
Run by English Heritage, the Abbey takes its name from the town of Battle in East Sussex and was foundedRead more.
Still time to fit in a visit to the Tulip Festival at Arundel Castle
Arundel is a fascinating historic town in West Sussex, southern England. The tulip festival continues there until the middle ofRead more.
Brighton Pier – Open all year with free admission!
The seaside piers around the coast of Britain stand as a powerful reminder of the achievements of Victorian engineers andRead more.
Brighton: The most popular UK seaside resort for overseas visitors
That beach weather must be coming soon! A lovely photo by +Joseph Debattista Post by Jenny at http://steyningcottages.co.uk Steyning isRead more.
Ever tried flat water kayaking? Join a course or a guided trip!
Kayaking Opportunity Hatt Adventures one day kayaking course is designed to teach you all of the basic skills required byRead more.
Great views across Sussex from Lewes Castle!
Climb to the top of this 1000 year old Norman Castle – panoramic views guaranteed! The adjoining Barbican House isRead more.
Gorgeous food seven days a week, with wonderful wines & beers!
Tucked away in the West Sussex village of Poynings – the Royal Oak is one of my favourite pubs. ItRead more.
Bottle feed orphan lambs at the Seven Sisters Sheep Centre?
You can bottle feed springtime’s orphan lambs at 12.30 and 4.15 (Lambing Season: March 5th to May 2nd) See allRead more.