All Places in East Sussex
- Rye Watersports is a long established teaching centre offering lessons in Kitesurfing, Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing and Stand Up Paddleboarding. Lessons in kitesurfing, windsurfing and sailing are taught on our coastal lake, mid-way between Rye and Camber. The nearby beaches of Camber Sands in East Sussex, and Greatstone in Kent are where we run our kitesurfing lessons from.
- Take things easy in Eastbourne, and relax just 20 yards from the sea on a wonderful break at BEST WESTERN York House Hotel! The town's 4 mile promenade, a stunning sea view and fantastic service will combine to make your stay one to remember, and our great location gives guests the opportunity to venture onto England's South Coast without a second thought… where fishing on the pier, walking along Beachy Head and exploring the Sussex Downs is a pleasure! Good food is guaranteed, and you can work up an appetite before dinner in our indoor heated pool! Eastbourne itself has golf courses, leisure centres, a pier, bars, restaurants, theatres and more… so come on down!
- Hoseasons Rye Harbour, whatever your taste Rye Harbour offers you the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday – a splendid location on the South Coast next to a nature reserve and just a mile from the beach. Battle (of 1066 fame) is close by and the historic south coast Cinque Port of Rye is nearby – its ancient town centre with cobbled streets and timber framed buildings and the constant bustle of its fascinating fishing harbour offer a wealth of interests. Choose from comfortable two and three bedroom caravans.TV Kitchen including microwave Shower Bed linen included (except Bronze) Bed linen available for hire at time of booking (in Bronze accommodation only) Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area (except Rye Harbour Bronze 2 sleeps 4) Gas and electricity included Travel cots and highchairs £12pw each Group bookings may be subject to restrictions Pets £40pw each (max 2) (in Bronze and Silver 2 (pets) accommodation only) All non smoking accommodation
- Lewes Castle is positioned at the highest point of Lewes, East Sussex, and was originally called Bray Castle. Prior to the stone castle evidence exists of a wooden keep. The castle is a motte and bailey construction but unlike most it has two mottes. Built in 1060’s by William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey, and brother-in-law of William the Conqueror. Open to the public, tickets are sold from Barbican House which is just opposite the entrance gate, and include access to the Barbican House Museum of Sussex archaeology and the Town Model. Various events take place at the castle, including two plays annually, children’s parties and weddings.