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Eastbourne 2018

HARVEYS DRAY Lewes

HARVEYS DRAY Lewes HISTORIC A short drive or a spectacular walk through the South Downs National Park from Eastbourne lies the historic market town of Lewes built into the slopes either side of the Ouse Valley at the heart of the South Downs. Begin your tour at Lewes Castle, one of the earliest Norman strongholds in England. Climb the South Tower to view the site of the Battle of Lewes in 1264 and walk in the footsteps of medieval monks at the haunting ruins of the 11 th Century Priory of St Pancras, the first Cluniac priory in England. Explore Anne of Cleves House, a beautiful medieval timber house bequeathed to Henry VIII’s fourth wife and enjoy afternoon tea. ANNE OF CLEVES HOUSE LEWES CASTLE Wander the cobbled streets and quirky twittens to find an eclectic mix of independent shops, galleries, markets and antique emporiums. Enjoy lunch in one of the many cafés and restaurants serving great local foods and sample traditional cask ales from the Victorian Harvey’s Brewery. Lewes is ideally positioned to explore the evocative country home of the Bloomsbury Group of artists at Charleston, the 17 th Century Monk’s House, once the home of Virginia Woolf in Rodmell, or world class opera at Glyndebourne. 34 EASTBOURNE The Sunshine Coast

From historic market towns, a vibrant city to picture perfect villages set in the South Downs National Park, make Eastbourne your base as you explore the splendour of our Sussex neighbours. BRIGHTON ROYAL PAVILION ALFRISTON Set in the backdrop of the Cuckmere Valley, the charming historic village of Alfriston is the perfect spot for a cream tea. Visit the Gun Room and sample some wine from Rathfinny Wine Estate and explore the ‘Cathedral of the South Downs’, the apothecary and the 14 th Century National Trust Clergy House. BRIGHTON Home to the iconic Royal Pavilion, the famous, dazzling Pier with amusements and rides galore, and the British Airways i360 observation tower, this city is super cool with fabulous shopping and a buzzing cultural arts scene. BATTLE Visit the site of one of the most famous battles in England’s history - the 1066 Battle of Hastings. Watch thrilling re-enactments on the original battlefield and explore the Abbey museum. Beyond the Abbey walls you’ll find a diverse mix of attractions, galleries and restaurants in this charming market town. Love thy neighbour ALFRISTON VILLAGE BATTLE HASTINGS With rich maritime and cultural connections, this cosmopolitan town is home to the remains of the first castle in England built by William the Conqueror. Explore the charming Old Town nestled between the East & West Hills and see the iconic tall black net huts, famous fish market and 20 th and 21 st Century British art at the Jerwood Gallery. HERSTMONCEUX Explore the magnificent 15 th Century moated castle set in superb Elizabethan gardens which embody the history of medieval England and the romance of renaissance Europe, and discover the former Royal Observatory, complete with working telescopes and Discovery Centre. NEWHAVEN Linking the coast with the beautiful South Downs, Newhaven is a working port with an individual charm and history and the closest ferry port to London in the UK. Discover some great family attractions including Newhaven Fort and Paradise Park. HASTINGS HERSTMONCEUX PARADISE PARK Visit Eastbourne @VisitEastbourne #VisitEastbourne VisitEastbourne.com 35

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