Places of Interest
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This elegant Georgian town offers an award-winning beach and pier with numerous attractions. The town’s museum and art gallery holds an impressive range of collections, including costumes and toys, Roman artefacts and decorative art.
With its Roman walls, Tudor market and Georgian terraces, Chichester has history on every corner. The city’s cathedral has been the hub of Christian life for more than 900 years. Also worth a visit is Fishbourne Roman Palace, with its impressive mosaic floors, underfloor heating systems, corridors and courtyards.
Surrounded by chalk cliffs and dominated by the riuns of its mighty Norman castle, Lewes is packed with history, charm and character.
The town looks out towards the Isle of Wight and proudly boasts the best sunshine record in the country.
Nestling at the foot of the South Downs, Eastbourne is one of Britain’s more elegant resorts. Take a relaxing stroll along the promenade, adorned by the world-famous Carpet Gardens, or visit Beachy Head with its panoramic views from the clifftop.
The castle overlooks the picturesque town of Arundel and is an imposing structure which houses extensive collections of furniture and paintings.
Groombridge Place Garden & Enchanted Forest
The major location for the 2005 film ‘Pride & Prejudice‘ exudes mystery, romance and intrigue. Beautifully laid out formal gardens with herb patches and shaded arbours and a fascinating forest area with exciting play areas and stunning views of the surrounding countryside.