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Clergy house

Alfriston (66 Pictures) a Picturesque Village in the county of East Sussex

(2.3 miles, 3.7 km, direction N of Exceat)

Alfriston occupies a favoured position in the beautiful Cuckmere Gap and serves as a tourist village to which hoards of visitors flock to enjoy the many well preserved fine old buildings to be seen, one of the most important being the local church...

Birling Gap, East Sussex

Birling Gap (52 Pictures) in the county of East Sussex

(3.2 miles, 5.1 km, direction SE of Exceat)

The Birling Gap is a coastal hamlet on the South Downs in East Sussex, situated on the

West Quay, Newhaven, East Sussex

Newhaven (41 Pictures) in the county of East Sussex

(4.8 miles, 7.7 km, direction W of Exceat)

Best known for its cross channel ferries and for its fort built in the 1860's as part of Britain's coastal defences, but which is now a fascinating museum offering visitors the opportunity to experience a massive fortress at first hand...

Beachy Head

Eastbourne (358 Pictures) a Seaside Town in the county of East Sussex

(6.2 miles, 9.9 km, direction E of Exceat)

Eastbourne, is a genteel town, that owes it's distictiveness to the 7th Duke of Devonshire...

Telscombe beach and cliffs, East Sussex

Telscombe (6 Pictures) in the county of East Sussex

(7.4 miles, 11.9 km, direction W of Exceat)

The tranquillity of this attractive little village is owed to its seclusion. Telscombe rests in a fold of beautiful Sussex countryside, and the fact that it is difficult to reach from the coast, adds to its charms...

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The classic view of the Seven Sisters in East Sussex, with the cottage in the foreground

Seven Sisters Country Park (90 Pictures)

(1.0 miles, 1.6 km)

Designated a site of Special Scientific Interest, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Seven Sisters Country Park.....

The Martello Tower at Seaford, East Sussex. Now a very interesting museum.

Seaford Museum (2 Pictures)

(2.1 miles, 3.4 km, direction W)

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Alfriston Clergy House. Alfriston, East Sussex

Alfriston Clergy House (3 Pictures)

(2.2 miles, 3.5 km, direction N)

Amongst the treasures of this town is the first house to be acquired by the National Trust, this is the magnificent Priest's, or.....

The Wilmington Long Man, East Sussex

The Long Man (8 Pictures)

(2.9 miles, 4.7 km, direction NE)

Where he comes from nobody knows, nor does anyone know the identity of this 240 foot figure of a man carved into the side of a.....

A big gun at the Fort looking over the sea at Newhaven, East Sussex.

Newhaven Fort (3 Pictures)

(4.4 miles, 7.1 km, direction W)

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This is the studio at Charleston Farmhouse in East Sussex.

Charleston Farmhouse (8 Pictures)

(4.6 miles, 7.5 km, direction N)

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Beachy Head Lighthouse, Eastbourne, East Sussex.

Beachy Head (107 Pictures)

(5.0 miles, 8.0 km, direction SE)

Beachy Head, with its dramatic white cliffs and gently undulating downs, is an area of outstanding natural beauty and.....


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