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East is East and West is West, as the county’s famous poet, Kipling, said. East Sussex has many delights, from the majestic coastline of mighty chalk and sandstone cliffs, to the fecund, womanly curves of naked downland; from the seething, life-rich flatlands of Pevensey Levels, to the sandy scrub acres of the Ashdown Forest; from the man-made delights of tiny, flint villages and elegant seaside squares, to the shyest places of the deep, wooded Weald.

The Olde Forge Hotel and Restaurant Local Attractions The Olde Forge Hotel and Restaurant Local Attractions The Olde Forge Hotel and Restaurant Local Attractions

We have listed below a small selection of local attractions that may be of interest to visitors to our hotel. If you would like to find out more about what is going on in the areas of Eastbourne or Brighton, please visit the website www.visitsussex.org

Cycling around Sussex

To find out more about cycling around Sussex and guided rides and events, visit East Sussex Countryside Cycling.

Walking

East Sussex is a welcome haven for walkers in the busy south-east of England, with over two thirds of the County covered by the High Weald and Sussex Downs Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is also a wealth of picturesque villages, country houses and parkland hidden within its rolling landscape, waiting to be discovered. Please come and enjoy the unique splendours of our beautify East Sussex countryside.

For our more "energetic" guests there are a number of outstanding circular walks in southern East Sussex which are part of the Paths to Prosperity project. We have a number of these brochures here at the hotel for you to take away with you, however if you click on the links below, there are a small selection for you to decide from.

For a selection of all other walks in the surrounding area of the hotel, please visit:

East Sussex County Council Walks
National Trails - South Downs Way

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