The Lodge Guidebook

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The Lodge Guidebook

Sightseeing

Worthing Pier on the seafront is a typical Victorian seaside attraction with many shows on at the Pavilion Theatre at the foot of the Pier throughout the year. Worthing its self offers good selection of restaurants, cafes and bars although it is a much more relaxed and quieter resort compared to its 'boisterous' neighbour, Brighton just along the coast. A great advantage over Brighton is that there is plenty of parking and if you don't mind a short walk, there are lots of free places to park on street. If you want a quiet drink, a relaxed evening meal and a quiet stroll along the prom... Worthing is for you. If you want thronging bars, a choice of hundreds of restaurants and 24hr hustle and bustle, Brighton is your place.
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Worthing Pier
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Worthing Pier on the seafront is a typical Victorian seaside attraction with many shows on at the Pavilion Theatre at the foot of the Pier throughout the year. Worthing its self offers good selection of restaurants, cafes and bars although it is a much more relaxed and quieter resort compared to its 'boisterous' neighbour, Brighton just along the coast. A great advantage over Brighton is that there is plenty of parking and if you don't mind a short walk, there are lots of free places to park on street. If you want a quiet drink, a relaxed evening meal and a quiet stroll along the prom... Worthing is for you. If you want thronging bars, a choice of hundreds of restaurants and 24hr hustle and bustle, Brighton is your place.
Cissbury Ring is an 84.2-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north of Worthing . It is owned by the National Trust and is designated a Scheduled monument for its Neolithic flint mine and Iron Age hillfort. It's part of the South Downs National Park.
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Cissbury Ring
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Cissbury Ring is an 84.2-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north of Worthing . It is owned by the National Trust and is designated a Scheduled monument for its Neolithic flint mine and Iron Age hillfort. It's part of the South Downs National Park.
High Salvington Windmill is an excellent example of a working post mill dating from approximately 1756 This is just a short walk up the hill from our Airbnb, in the small village of High Salvington. It is only open on selected Sundays from April to September - please make sure you check. Further up the hill there are many walks on to the beautiful South Downs National Park, some walks link onto the South Downs Way. You can easily walk from our AirBnB to High Salvington, on to the South Downs via West Hill or Honeysuckle Lane down through woodland across the A24 and into Findon Village for a wonderful pub lunch.
High Salvington Windmill
High Salvington Windmill is an excellent example of a working post mill dating from approximately 1756 This is just a short walk up the hill from our Airbnb, in the small village of High Salvington. It is only open on selected Sundays from April to September - please make sure you check. Further up the hill there are many walks on to the beautiful South Downs National Park, some walks link onto the South Downs Way. You can easily walk from our AirBnB to High Salvington, on to the South Downs via West Hill or Honeysuckle Lane down through woodland across the A24 and into Findon Village for a wonderful pub lunch.
Chidham is a hidden gem, with a tranquil walk to a very quiet beach, away from the obvious tourist hotspots. Experience this 7.89 km, loop trail Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 2 h 8 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking, trail running, and walking. Great walk with a stunning seafront and lovely benches and drift wood to sit on and picnic. A couple of soggy patches after high tide but otherwise all dry and firm. Take layers as windy but also lovely in the sun. Highly recommended for a flat stunning walk. There’s a pub for refreshments and a bite to eat too, which is handy. The marvellous low tide (or any tide) views are not to be missed. Be aware that part of the trail can only be accessed at low tide, with no alternative route, so you can only do a circuit when it isn't high tide! So, to sum up, overall, walking over mixed terrain. Some very wet and slippery paths. Deep puddles in places if it has rained hard. A long stretch on shingle, gravel and flint beach - check the tide before starting. Some parts can be rather overgrown, too. So, quite the adventure, but the views make it totally worth it. Please note that the lane near the trail head named Marsh Lane heading west out of Chidham is a private road. Please do not use this road. CHECK TIDE TIMES BEFORE LEAVING HOME!
Chidham
Chidham is a hidden gem, with a tranquil walk to a very quiet beach, away from the obvious tourist hotspots. Experience this 7.89 km, loop trail Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 2 h 8 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking, trail running, and walking. Great walk with a stunning seafront and lovely benches and drift wood to sit on and picnic. A couple of soggy patches after high tide but otherwise all dry and firm. Take layers as windy but also lovely in the sun. Highly recommended for a flat stunning walk. There’s a pub for refreshments and a bite to eat too, which is handy. The marvellous low tide (or any tide) views are not to be missed. Be aware that part of the trail can only be accessed at low tide, with no alternative route, so you can only do a circuit when it isn't high tide! So, to sum up, overall, walking over mixed terrain. Some very wet and slippery paths. Deep puddles in places if it has rained hard. A long stretch on shingle, gravel and flint beach - check the tide before starting. Some parts can be rather overgrown, too. So, quite the adventure, but the views make it totally worth it. Please note that the lane near the trail head named Marsh Lane heading west out of Chidham is a private road. Please do not use this road. CHECK TIDE TIMES BEFORE LEAVING HOME!
Designated a National Trail, The South Downs Way attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year each looking to get a taste of the stunning South Downs National Park. Now is the time to indulge yourself in a little piece of the South Downs Way, whether by foot, wheel or hoof. Please bring your bikes with you... we have safe and secure bike storage and a Ranger truck in which we can take you and you bikes to a drop off point near the local South Downs Way path points and you can cycle back home. We even have a picnic backpack hamper we can lend you. Enjoy a beautiful picnic up on the top of the downs. Guidebooks are on the bookshelf with many walks and bike rides to explore this beautiful new National Park.
South Downs Way
Designated a National Trail, The South Downs Way attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year each looking to get a taste of the stunning South Downs National Park. Now is the time to indulge yourself in a little piece of the South Downs Way, whether by foot, wheel or hoof. Please bring your bikes with you... we have safe and secure bike storage and a Ranger truck in which we can take you and you bikes to a drop off point near the local South Downs Way path points and you can cycle back home. We even have a picnic backpack hamper we can lend you. Enjoy a beautiful picnic up on the top of the downs. Guidebooks are on the bookshelf with many walks and bike rides to explore this beautiful new National Park.
The village of Rottingdean lies a couple of miles to the east of central Brighton and can easily be accessed by bus, bike, car or on foot along the undercliff walk. It is has plenty of attractions with its beaches, cliff top walks and sea views. There is the iconic windmill at the top of Beacon Hill which leads on to the Nature Reserve. Rottingdean High Street has plenty to offer in the way of independent eateries and a delightful mix of shops. Kipling Gardens are named after the village's most famous resident, 'Jungle Book' writer Rudyard Kipling, these delightful gardens are full of rustic village charm. Surrounded by flint walls and sitting close to Rottingdean’s village green and duck pond, Kipling Gardens is a great example of a traditional English garden. In close walking distance from the gardens are local shops and cafés. The nearby 12th Century church St Margaret’s is famous for its Burne Jones windows.
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Rottingdean
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The village of Rottingdean lies a couple of miles to the east of central Brighton and can easily be accessed by bus, bike, car or on foot along the undercliff walk. It is has plenty of attractions with its beaches, cliff top walks and sea views. There is the iconic windmill at the top of Beacon Hill which leads on to the Nature Reserve. Rottingdean High Street has plenty to offer in the way of independent eateries and a delightful mix of shops. Kipling Gardens are named after the village's most famous resident, 'Jungle Book' writer Rudyard Kipling, these delightful gardens are full of rustic village charm. Surrounded by flint walls and sitting close to Rottingdean’s village green and duck pond, Kipling Gardens is a great example of a traditional English garden. In close walking distance from the gardens are local shops and cafés. The nearby 12th Century church St Margaret’s is famous for its Burne Jones windows.
Findon and Nepcote are charming villages a few miles to the north of Worthing, with a fine selection of inns and restaurants and easy access to nearby countryside and stabling. Findon is also locally famous for its annual sheep fair held in September on the Village Green... a great day out. The original village properties are beautifully maintained with many dating from the 17th and 18th Century.
Nepcote
Findon and Nepcote are charming villages a few miles to the north of Worthing, with a fine selection of inns and restaurants and easy access to nearby countryside and stabling. Findon is also locally famous for its annual sheep fair held in September on the Village Green... a great day out. The original village properties are beautifully maintained with many dating from the 17th and 18th Century.
Seven Sisters Country Park is a unique place. It comprises 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland. Named after the famous chalk cliffs that form part of the Sussex Heritage Coast, Seven Sisters Country Park is a popular location for locals and international visitors who come to experience this magnificent stretch of coastline between Seaford and Eastbourne. The names of the cliffs from west to east are: Haven Brow, Short Brow, Rough Brow, Brass Point, Flagstaff Brow, Bailey's Hill and Went Hill. The reason for why they were so named remains obscure. Like other chalk cliffs around Britain, it is slowly being nibbled away by the elements. It’s estimated that between 30-40cm of the coastal edge crumbles away each year. It is a haven for wildlife, especially migratory birds who enjoy the temperate British summers. It’s home to grazing livestock, rare flora and fauna and is a corridor for a large number of migrating birds. The meanders of the Cuckmere river flow through the Park and visitors can follow the adjacent footpath from the Visitors Centre to the coast. Situated at Exceat, near Seaford, East Sussex, the Park is well served by buses from Brighton, Seaford and Eastbourne, making it ideal for a car-free day out. (Brighton & Hove Coaster buses serve this location around every 15 mins.)
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세븐 시스터스
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Seven Sisters Country Park is a unique place. It comprises 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland. Named after the famous chalk cliffs that form part of the Sussex Heritage Coast, Seven Sisters Country Park is a popular location for locals and international visitors who come to experience this magnificent stretch of coastline between Seaford and Eastbourne. The names of the cliffs from west to east are: Haven Brow, Short Brow, Rough Brow, Brass Point, Flagstaff Brow, Bailey's Hill and Went Hill. The reason for why they were so named remains obscure. Like other chalk cliffs around Britain, it is slowly being nibbled away by the elements. It’s estimated that between 30-40cm of the coastal edge crumbles away each year. It is a haven for wildlife, especially migratory birds who enjoy the temperate British summers. It’s home to grazing livestock, rare flora and fauna and is a corridor for a large number of migrating birds. The meanders of the Cuckmere river flow through the Park and visitors can follow the adjacent footpath from the Visitors Centre to the coast. Situated at Exceat, near Seaford, East Sussex, the Park is well served by buses from Brighton, Seaford and Eastbourne, making it ideal for a car-free day out. (Brighton & Hove Coaster buses serve this location around every 15 mins.)
Originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times, Ashdown Forest is now one of the largest free public access space in the South East. It is a great place for walking and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and is known the world over as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh. The Forest is at the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has national and international protection because of its wildlife. Nearly two thirds of its 6500 acres (2500 hectares) are heathland, amounting to 2.5% of the UK's extent of this rare habitat. Winnie-the-Pooh was published in 1926 with illustrations by E.H. Shepard. Neither Christopher Robin nor his father could remember the origin of the name, though “Winnie” is said to be named after a bear brought from Winnipeg by a Canadian soldier called Lieutenant Colebourn, and then resident in London Zoo. The characters in the story were Christopher Robin’s toys, although E.H. Shepard used his own bear (Growler) as the model for Winnie. The toys went on tour and ended up in the New York Public Library, where they now live (except for Roo who mysteriously disappeared). Christopher Robin always blamed A.A. for the terrible teasing he got at boarding school and throughout his life and the two never really got on together. Christopher wrote about his life in several volumes with the most important two being The Enchanted Places and The Path Through The Trees. There are two walks available that take in the main Pooh sites. The leaflet can be downloaded from the walks page on the Ashdown Forest Website or picked up from the Forest Centre.
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애쉬다운 포레스트
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Originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times, Ashdown Forest is now one of the largest free public access space in the South East. It is a great place for walking and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and is known the world over as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh. The Forest is at the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has national and international protection because of its wildlife. Nearly two thirds of its 6500 acres (2500 hectares) are heathland, amounting to 2.5% of the UK's extent of this rare habitat. Winnie-the-Pooh was published in 1926 with illustrations by E.H. Shepard. Neither Christopher Robin nor his father could remember the origin of the name, though “Winnie” is said to be named after a bear brought from Winnipeg by a Canadian soldier called Lieutenant Colebourn, and then resident in London Zoo. The characters in the story were Christopher Robin’s toys, although E.H. Shepard used his own bear (Growler) as the model for Winnie. The toys went on tour and ended up in the New York Public Library, where they now live (except for Roo who mysteriously disappeared). Christopher Robin always blamed A.A. for the terrible teasing he got at boarding school and throughout his life and the two never really got on together. Christopher wrote about his life in several volumes with the most important two being The Enchanted Places and The Path Through The Trees. There are two walks available that take in the main Pooh sites. The leaflet can be downloaded from the walks page on the Ashdown Forest Website or picked up from the Forest Centre.
Alfriston and the Cuckmere Valley Alfriston is a village community surrounded by the Wealden South Downs. We sit near the eastern end of the South Downs Way where this national path splits three ways, going east, west and south, from the very centre of our historic village. Around the village, visitors can enjoy our famous church St Andrew's church (the "Cathedral of the South Downs"), the clergy house (the National Trust's first property) and the wide range of galleries, cafés, pubs and shops. Alfriston hosts many events throughout the year including music festivals, traditional fetes, boot fares ... the list seems endless. ​ Stroll north or south along the Cuckmere river or hike east or west up onto the Downs to soak up the natural peace and tranquillity of the area.
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Alfriston
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Alfriston and the Cuckmere Valley Alfriston is a village community surrounded by the Wealden South Downs. We sit near the eastern end of the South Downs Way where this national path splits three ways, going east, west and south, from the very centre of our historic village. Around the village, visitors can enjoy our famous church St Andrew's church (the "Cathedral of the South Downs"), the clergy house (the National Trust's first property) and the wide range of galleries, cafés, pubs and shops. Alfriston hosts many events throughout the year including music festivals, traditional fetes, boot fares ... the list seems endless. ​ Stroll north or south along the Cuckmere river or hike east or west up onto the Downs to soak up the natural peace and tranquillity of the area.
The High Weald of Kent & Sussex (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - ANOB). A medieval landscape of wooded, rolling hills studded with sandstone outcrops; small, irregular-shaped fields; scattered farmsteads; and ancient routeways. The 1461km2 area covers parts of Kent, Sussex and Surrey at the heart of South East England. The area's woodland conceals over 30 small manor houses, castles and beautiful parks and gardens; 9 managed by the National Trust. Other highlights include Bewl Water - the largest area of inland water in the South East of England; Harrison's Rocks - a 1.5km sandstone climbing crag; and Bedgebury Forest which has 22km of cycle tracks. Open farms and woodlands provide a countryside experience; and a car-free view of the landscape can be enjoyed from one of the area's 3 steam railways. The High Weald in Kent and Sussex has an amazing network of footpaths, bridleways and byways (2,395km!). There are lots of nature reserves too, managed by bodies like the National Trust, RSPB, Woodland Trust and Forestry Commission. There's something for everyone – from nature lovers and families with young children, to avid ramblers! Explore the High Weald's unique landscape on self-guided walks, nature trails, or on long-distance routes like the High Weald Landscape Trail. In September, join our High Weald Walking Festival when knowledgeable guides lead themed walks.   Birchen Wood car park. Small fee applies
High Weald AONB
The High Weald of Kent & Sussex (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - ANOB). A medieval landscape of wooded, rolling hills studded with sandstone outcrops; small, irregular-shaped fields; scattered farmsteads; and ancient routeways. The 1461km2 area covers parts of Kent, Sussex and Surrey at the heart of South East England. The area's woodland conceals over 30 small manor houses, castles and beautiful parks and gardens; 9 managed by the National Trust. Other highlights include Bewl Water - the largest area of inland water in the South East of England; Harrison's Rocks - a 1.5km sandstone climbing crag; and Bedgebury Forest which has 22km of cycle tracks. Open farms and woodlands provide a countryside experience; and a car-free view of the landscape can be enjoyed from one of the area's 3 steam railways. The High Weald in Kent and Sussex has an amazing network of footpaths, bridleways and byways (2,395km!). There are lots of nature reserves too, managed by bodies like the National Trust, RSPB, Woodland Trust and Forestry Commission. There's something for everyone – from nature lovers and families with young children, to avid ramblers! Explore the High Weald's unique landscape on self-guided walks, nature trails, or on long-distance routes like the High Weald Landscape Trail. In September, join our High Weald Walking Festival when knowledgeable guides lead themed walks.   Birchen Wood car park. Small fee applies

Food scene

Brighton & Hove... with over 760 registered food venues (and over 360 being Cafés), the city certainly outshines any other location on the south coast for shear number and choice of world cuisine to choose from. We have a book for you to use with the top 500, 2022 Restaurants, Bars and Cafés from 1 to 500 but 'Google Maps' or 'Trip Advisor' will probably be your best friend for searching out your preferred cuisine or tipple.
Our home town of Worthing has it's very own celebrity chef in the form of Kenny Tutt. Local boy, Kenny Tutt won Masterchef in 2018 and set about opening his restaurant PITCH in 2019. The restaurant takes its name in reference to the family market heritage and is a celebration of the South Coast through a mix of modern and classic cuisines. Set in the heart of Worthing, PITCH spans two floors, with private dining available. Kenny also runs his own Worthing cookery courses most weekends. It is a very wise move to book well in advance!
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PITCH Restaurant
16 Warwick St
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Our home town of Worthing has it's very own celebrity chef in the form of Kenny Tutt. Local boy, Kenny Tutt won Masterchef in 2018 and set about opening his restaurant PITCH in 2019. The restaurant takes its name in reference to the family market heritage and is a celebration of the South Coast through a mix of modern and classic cuisines. Set in the heart of Worthing, PITCH spans two floors, with private dining available. Kenny also runs his own Worthing cookery courses most weekends. It is a very wise move to book well in advance!
A fabulous very local pub and restaurant about a mile from The Lodge! It is no more than 15/20 mins walk or we can drop you down there. It serves traditional pub food but all cooked fresh to order. Worth booking for an evening table. In the autumn & winter months they have a roaring log fire on the go. In the summer, they have a beer garden.
The Coach & Horses
A fabulous very local pub and restaurant about a mile from The Lodge! It is no more than 15/20 mins walk or we can drop you down there. It serves traditional pub food but all cooked fresh to order. Worth booking for an evening table. In the autumn & winter months they have a roaring log fire on the go. In the summer, they have a beer garden.
A fabulous country pub & restaurant not far from Arundel just off the A27. Absolutely amazing food (we can personally vouch for that!) The Black Horse, Binsted, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 0LP TELEPHONE 01243 553325 CLOSED on Sunday evenings & all day Monday.
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The Black Horse
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A fabulous country pub & restaurant not far from Arundel just off the A27. Absolutely amazing food (we can personally vouch for that!) The Black Horse, Binsted, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 0LP TELEPHONE 01243 553325 CLOSED on Sunday evenings & all day Monday.
Situated in the heart of the rolling South Downs, just 1 minute from the A27, the Worlds End is the perfect example of a traditional English country pub. Built in the 18th Century as a coaching inn on the old Arundel Road, the pub was recently refurbished to an amazing standard, creating a home from home feel, where you can really relax and unwind with friends and family. And roaring log fires, flagstone floors, oak beams and quality food complete the picture, providing a particularly cosy interior and dining experience when the longer winter nights set in. OPENING TIMES MONDAY TO SATURDAY 11AM TO 11PM SUNDAY 11AM TO 10PM
The World's End
Situated in the heart of the rolling South Downs, just 1 minute from the A27, the Worlds End is the perfect example of a traditional English country pub. Built in the 18th Century as a coaching inn on the old Arundel Road, the pub was recently refurbished to an amazing standard, creating a home from home feel, where you can really relax and unwind with friends and family. And roaring log fires, flagstone floors, oak beams and quality food complete the picture, providing a particularly cosy interior and dining experience when the longer winter nights set in. OPENING TIMES MONDAY TO SATURDAY 11AM TO 11PM SUNDAY 11AM TO 10PM
Situated in a convenient position just off the A27 in Patching. Siobhan, Simon and our dedicated and friendly team will make sure that everything is catered for when you come to visit us. Our large restaurant area is perfect for both quiet lunches and private functions. The beautiful gardens make the perfect setting for outside dining and lazy lunches in the sun. With gardens surrounding the pub, we can offer you an outside dining experience with beautiful views over the West Sussex countryside. Arundel Rd, Worthing BN13 3UJ 01903 871299
The Fox Patching Inn
Situated in a convenient position just off the A27 in Patching. Siobhan, Simon and our dedicated and friendly team will make sure that everything is catered for when you come to visit us. Our large restaurant area is perfect for both quiet lunches and private functions. The beautiful gardens make the perfect setting for outside dining and lazy lunches in the sun. With gardens surrounding the pub, we can offer you an outside dining experience with beautiful views over the West Sussex countryside. Arundel Rd, Worthing BN13 3UJ 01903 871299
WELCOME TO THE BLUEBIRD CAFE The Bluebird Cafe is the perfect place to start your day, beautifully situated on the beach front in Ferring, Sussex. A stunning, dog friendly cafe serving the best breakfast, lunch and take away fish ‘n’ chips. Ideal to stop off in the summer for lunch or great for warming yourself up with a cup of fresh coffee or hot chocolate in the winter months. The Cafe Open from 8am – 5pm everyday (Inside Bookings Online) The Hatch Open from 8am – 5pm everyday The Parlour Open weekends & holidays (Weather Permitting) We are based on Ferring Beach. Address : The Bluebird Cafe The Strand Ferring West Sussex BN12 5QX Telephone : 01903 503 033
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The BlueBird Cafe
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WELCOME TO THE BLUEBIRD CAFE The Bluebird Cafe is the perfect place to start your day, beautifully situated on the beach front in Ferring, Sussex. A stunning, dog friendly cafe serving the best breakfast, lunch and take away fish ‘n’ chips. Ideal to stop off in the summer for lunch or great for warming yourself up with a cup of fresh coffee or hot chocolate in the winter months. The Cafe Open from 8am – 5pm everyday (Inside Bookings Online) The Hatch Open from 8am – 5pm everyday The Parlour Open weekends & holidays (Weather Permitting) We are based on Ferring Beach. Address : The Bluebird Cafe The Strand Ferring West Sussex BN12 5QX Telephone : 01903 503 033
Casa Ciro restaurant has been established here in Worthing since September 1999. This year has seen a complete modernisation of the 'look' and decor, however the food remains the extremely high standard it is known for. Casa Ciro is open all year from 12 Noon to last orders at 10.30pm (Monday - Saturday). Each day there is the lunchtime special, the 3pm - 6.30pm Menu, Special Party Menus and of course, the A La Carte Enjoy :) 30 - 31 Marine Parade Worthing West Sussex BN11 3PT Tel: 01903 239 090
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Casa Ciro
30-31 Marine Parade
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Casa Ciro restaurant has been established here in Worthing since September 1999. This year has seen a complete modernisation of the 'look' and decor, however the food remains the extremely high standard it is known for. Casa Ciro is open all year from 12 Noon to last orders at 10.30pm (Monday - Saturday). Each day there is the lunchtime special, the 3pm - 6.30pm Menu, Special Party Menus and of course, the A La Carte Enjoy :) 30 - 31 Marine Parade Worthing West Sussex BN11 3PT Tel: 01903 239 090
For a refined culinary experience, where everything is cooked from scratch, The Fish Factory, located in Worthing and Littlehampton on the Sussex South Coast serves up the finest seafood dishes, delicately cooked to perfection following your specifications. With all the allure of a top-notch London restaurant, The Fish Factory hasn’t lost its unpretentious and relaxing, homely atmosphere and diners will enjoy our casual, rustic environment. 51 Brighton Road Worthing West Sussex BN11 3EE Tel 01903 207123
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The Fish Factory
51 Brighton Rd
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For a refined culinary experience, where everything is cooked from scratch, The Fish Factory, located in Worthing and Littlehampton on the Sussex South Coast serves up the finest seafood dishes, delicately cooked to perfection following your specifications. With all the allure of a top-notch London restaurant, The Fish Factory hasn’t lost its unpretentious and relaxing, homely atmosphere and diners will enjoy our casual, rustic environment. 51 Brighton Road Worthing West Sussex BN11 3EE Tel 01903 207123
The Fat Greek Taverna…from Cyprus with love. Discover the taste of Cyprus at The Fat Greek Taverna. The Fat Greek Taverna is the result of decades of traditional family Cypriot cooking integrated with European charm. You can expect all your meals to be prepared using wood fired ovens and real charcoal rotisseries. Our famous wood ovens were built combining hundreds of years of family knowledge with modern volcanic materials. Once our ovens are fired, they stay hot for days and produce wonderful foods such as our 1/4 lamb shoulder which is cooked overnight in our ovens. Our speciality Cypriot Foukou (BBQ) is fired with sustainable charcoal hardwood. The Foukou (BBQ) turns the meat at the right speed to ensure the souvlaki (meat) skewers do not loose their juices and the perfect smoked flavour. Traditional cooking has been delivered to you at The Fat Greek Taverna in our modern, urban, chic restaurant designed especially with our kitchens on show so you can experience the Cypriot flavour, smell and sounds. Our Taverna is truly unique so please allow yourself to experience something unique and memorable with great food, fun and our friendly, welcoming service team. The Fat Greek Taverna truly is…”From Cyprus with Love”. 20 Portland Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 1QN Tel 01903 202012
The Fat Greek Taverna
20 Portland Rd
The Fat Greek Taverna…from Cyprus with love. Discover the taste of Cyprus at The Fat Greek Taverna. The Fat Greek Taverna is the result of decades of traditional family Cypriot cooking integrated with European charm. You can expect all your meals to be prepared using wood fired ovens and real charcoal rotisseries. Our famous wood ovens were built combining hundreds of years of family knowledge with modern volcanic materials. Once our ovens are fired, they stay hot for days and produce wonderful foods such as our 1/4 lamb shoulder which is cooked overnight in our ovens. Our speciality Cypriot Foukou (BBQ) is fired with sustainable charcoal hardwood. The Foukou (BBQ) turns the meat at the right speed to ensure the souvlaki (meat) skewers do not loose their juices and the perfect smoked flavour. Traditional cooking has been delivered to you at The Fat Greek Taverna in our modern, urban, chic restaurant designed especially with our kitchens on show so you can experience the Cypriot flavour, smell and sounds. Our Taverna is truly unique so please allow yourself to experience something unique and memorable with great food, fun and our friendly, welcoming service team. The Fat Greek Taverna truly is…”From Cyprus with Love”. 20 Portland Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 1QN Tel 01903 202012
Chipwick is also a TAKEAWAY and is very popular. Probably best to call and order in advance at busy times as there can often be a wait of up to 45 minutes on summer evenings. 94 Brighton rd Worthing West Sussex BN11 2EN 01903 205060 Chipwick’s clean, comfortable, contemporary, licenced restaurant area is a great place for any occasion, celebration or simply lunch or dinner. With a mouth-watering menu that, of course, includes our famous fish and chips, satisfyingly sumptuous shellfish and delectable Dover sole on the bone along with an array of other delicious dishes, Chipwick has something for everyone. A popular choice with many of our customers during the warmer season is our fresh south coast lobster simply grilled with garlic butter and served with salad garnish and a side of potatoes. Keen to cater for all tastes, we are, naturally, big on burgers too! Our fully stocked bar contains a fine variety of drinks including barista coffee made with smooth Italiano beans, a wonderful wine selection, copious beers, an abundance of spirits, prosecco and even champagne!
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The Original Chipwick
94 Brighton Rd
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Chipwick is also a TAKEAWAY and is very popular. Probably best to call and order in advance at busy times as there can often be a wait of up to 45 minutes on summer evenings. 94 Brighton rd Worthing West Sussex BN11 2EN 01903 205060 Chipwick’s clean, comfortable, contemporary, licenced restaurant area is a great place for any occasion, celebration or simply lunch or dinner. With a mouth-watering menu that, of course, includes our famous fish and chips, satisfyingly sumptuous shellfish and delectable Dover sole on the bone along with an array of other delicious dishes, Chipwick has something for everyone. A popular choice with many of our customers during the warmer season is our fresh south coast lobster simply grilled with garlic butter and served with salad garnish and a side of potatoes. Keen to cater for all tastes, we are, naturally, big on burgers too! Our fully stocked bar contains a fine variety of drinks including barista coffee made with smooth Italiano beans, a wonderful wine selection, copious beers, an abundance of spirits, prosecco and even champagne!
At Fernando's Grill & Steak House Restaurant you will get best Steaks, Burgers, Grill Chicken, Peri Peri Chicken, Wraps, Pittas, Pasta, Vegan & Vegetarian in Sussex Brighton & Hove and Worthing. ​ At Fernando's we are passionate about fresh homemade food and spectacular service. Come and join us in a relaxing and vibrant setting. 31 Chatsworth Road, Worthing, Sussex, BN11 1LY Tel: 01903 367890
Fernando's Worthing
31 Chatsworth Road
At Fernando's Grill & Steak House Restaurant you will get best Steaks, Burgers, Grill Chicken, Peri Peri Chicken, Wraps, Pittas, Pasta, Vegan & Vegetarian in Sussex Brighton & Hove and Worthing. ​ At Fernando's we are passionate about fresh homemade food and spectacular service. Come and join us in a relaxing and vibrant setting. 31 Chatsworth Road, Worthing, Sussex, BN11 1LY Tel: 01903 367890
Very high quality Chinese Restaurant on the seafront... reviews say the food is excellent but the prices are on the high side.
Imperial China
Very high quality Chinese Restaurant on the seafront... reviews say the food is excellent but the prices are on the high side.
We believe that people come here to eat, but would also love it, if a rapport was there between the customer and the staff. We’ve done this now for 31 years and it’s proof in our wonderful customer base. Our Method We believe in using top quality ingredients and ensuring a sustainable business plan is the reason we have been here since 1986. We always aim to always exceed your expectations, and we know that sometimes we won’t. So, we ask you to help us improve, and tell us when something is not quite to your standards. We will always take on real feedback and look to adapt ourselves. Ultimately, we have survived because we have been happy to listen and change. 42 Goring Rd., Goring-by-Sea, Worthing, BN12 4AD Tel: 01903 504035
Shafiques (Worthing)
42 Goring Rd
We believe that people come here to eat, but would also love it, if a rapport was there between the customer and the staff. We’ve done this now for 31 years and it’s proof in our wonderful customer base. Our Method We believe in using top quality ingredients and ensuring a sustainable business plan is the reason we have been here since 1986. We always aim to always exceed your expectations, and we know that sometimes we won’t. So, we ask you to help us improve, and tell us when something is not quite to your standards. We will always take on real feedback and look to adapt ourselves. Ultimately, we have survived because we have been happy to listen and change. 42 Goring Rd., Goring-by-Sea, Worthing, BN12 4AD Tel: 01903 504035
Welcome to Issa Sushi Restaurant in Worthing Our cosy restaurant offers handmade sushi and hot dishes. We take pride in serving a modern take on traditional Pan-Asian & and sushi cuisine, using only the best ingredients, and our daily deliveries guarantee fresh, healthy and tasty food for a reasonable price. To make a reservation or order a take away please call Issa Sushi on 01903 200874. South St Worthing BN11 3AW
ISSA SUSHI - Worthing
Welcome to Issa Sushi Restaurant in Worthing Our cosy restaurant offers handmade sushi and hot dishes. We take pride in serving a modern take on traditional Pan-Asian & and sushi cuisine, using only the best ingredients, and our daily deliveries guarantee fresh, healthy and tasty food for a reasonable price. To make a reservation or order a take away please call Issa Sushi on 01903 200874. South St Worthing BN11 3AW

City/town information

Brighton is the bustling metropolis of the south, often referred to as "London by the sea". With a population of around 270,000 and around 8 million tourists per year, it is the one of the biggest seaside cities in the UK. You can drive there, but parking is difficult and expensive so use public transport if you can. There is a thriving night life, countless attractions and places to eat. Brighton Pride every August attracts visitors from all over the world. It hosts many events and rallies, such as the Brighton Festival in the spring, food events, London to Brighton vintage car run in November, marathons both half and full... it seems like a weekend doesn't go by when there isn't some event on in Brighton or Hove. There is a Sea Life Centre, the i360 observation tower and Falmer is the home of the Premier League team Brighton and Hove Albion. You must make time to visit the world famous Brighton Pavilion (pictured above) once home to the Prince Regent who became King George IV.
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Brighton is the bustling metropolis of the south, often referred to as "London by the sea". With a population of around 270,000 and around 8 million tourists per year, it is the one of the biggest seaside cities in the UK. You can drive there, but parking is difficult and expensive so use public transport if you can. There is a thriving night life, countless attractions and places to eat. Brighton Pride every August attracts visitors from all over the world. It hosts many events and rallies, such as the Brighton Festival in the spring, food events, London to Brighton vintage car run in November, marathons both half and full... it seems like a weekend doesn't go by when there isn't some event on in Brighton or Hove. There is a Sea Life Centre, the i360 observation tower and Falmer is the home of the Premier League team Brighton and Hove Albion. You must make time to visit the world famous Brighton Pavilion (pictured above) once home to the Prince Regent who became King George IV.
What with the historic places - cathedral, walls, market cross and bishops garden plus the lovely pedestrianised central zone and choice of restaurants this is a great place for a day out whether you come by train, bus or opt for a long stay car park (see council web site). Chichester is also home to the famous Festival Theatre with renown plays and shows being performed throughout the year.
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Chichester
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What with the historic places - cathedral, walls, market cross and bishops garden plus the lovely pedestrianised central zone and choice of restaurants this is a great place for a day out whether you come by train, bus or opt for a long stay car park (see council web site). Chichester is also home to the famous Festival Theatre with renown plays and shows being performed throughout the year.
Bosham is a beautiful town , two miles west of Chichester, on the harbour. It is known for having a tide which comes in and covers up some of the harbour roads, so be wary of leaving your car without checking the tides! There is a local legend that daughter of King Canute drowned in the nearby brook and is buried at the church. For fans of history there is a lot of folklore.
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Bosham
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Bosham is a beautiful town , two miles west of Chichester, on the harbour. It is known for having a tide which comes in and covers up some of the harbour roads, so be wary of leaving your car without checking the tides! There is a local legend that daughter of King Canute drowned in the nearby brook and is buried at the church. For fans of history there is a lot of folklore.
Arundel is around 15 minutes away from our Airbnb. It is a beautiful town with a magnificent castle, cathedral and many historic buildings. It's one of the most historic towns in England. Swanbourne lake is worth a walk around. If you are a "twitcher" or love wildlife then a visit to the Arundel Wetland Centre is essential (see own information below). Nearby is a a fantastic pub/restaurant called the Black Rabbit situated right on the banks of the river Arun. It is in a stunning location for a riverside lunch or an evening drink in the sunshine. POSTCODE: BN18 9PB Mill Road. (Can get VERY busy at Weekends and Bank Holidays)
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Arundel
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Arundel is around 15 minutes away from our Airbnb. It is a beautiful town with a magnificent castle, cathedral and many historic buildings. It's one of the most historic towns in England. Swanbourne lake is worth a walk around. If you are a "twitcher" or love wildlife then a visit to the Arundel Wetland Centre is essential (see own information below). Nearby is a a fantastic pub/restaurant called the Black Rabbit situated right on the banks of the river Arun. It is in a stunning location for a riverside lunch or an evening drink in the sunshine. POSTCODE: BN18 9PB Mill Road. (Can get VERY busy at Weekends and Bank Holidays)
At the heart of rural Sussex lies the beautiful county town of Lewes - a mixture of the unusual and intriguing and so typically Sussex. Its medieval streets, old English churches and tiny twittens (a Sussex word for alleyway) allow visitors a glimpse into the true essence of bygone Lewes. Although surrounded by chalk cliffs, the townscape is dominated by the remains of a Norman castle and is also home to the handsome townhouse of Anne of Cleves (fourth wife of King Henry Vlll). Lewes also claims host to numerous contemporary art galleries and historic & special interest sites including the once mighty Priory of St. Pancras - a casualty of the dissolution of the monasteries. Lewes is a market town of small, specialist, independent retailers and on certain days, the subtle aromas wafting from Harvey’s Brewery will attract any visitor to Cliffe High Street. Bookshops, boutiques and antique centres sit alongside individual craft workshops, and the restaurants, cafes, and pubs offer delicious choices all year round with real emphasis on local produce.
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Lewes
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At the heart of rural Sussex lies the beautiful county town of Lewes - a mixture of the unusual and intriguing and so typically Sussex. Its medieval streets, old English churches and tiny twittens (a Sussex word for alleyway) allow visitors a glimpse into the true essence of bygone Lewes. Although surrounded by chalk cliffs, the townscape is dominated by the remains of a Norman castle and is also home to the handsome townhouse of Anne of Cleves (fourth wife of King Henry Vlll). Lewes also claims host to numerous contemporary art galleries and historic & special interest sites including the once mighty Priory of St. Pancras - a casualty of the dissolution of the monasteries. Lewes is a market town of small, specialist, independent retailers and on certain days, the subtle aromas wafting from Harvey’s Brewery will attract any visitor to Cliffe High Street. Bookshops, boutiques and antique centres sit alongside individual craft workshops, and the restaurants, cafes, and pubs offer delicious choices all year round with real emphasis on local produce.
The beautiful market town of Petworth , a centre for arts and culture, is set in the heart of the South Downs National Park. It's surrounded by the walls of Petworth House and Park.
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Petworth
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The beautiful market town of Petworth , a centre for arts and culture, is set in the heart of the South Downs National Park. It's surrounded by the walls of Petworth House and Park.
Eastbourne is well known for being the sunniest resort in the UK, plus it has a less wanted reputation for being the retirement capital as well! It has plenty to do for a day out... the 19th-century pier, museums, the Towner Art Gallery and a 1930s bandstand. Nearby, Redoubt Fortress, built during the Napoleonic Wars, has a military museum. Southwest along the coast, in South Downs National Park, are the tall chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and its striped 1902 lighthouse. Every year (except during the pandemic), the town has held the famous, Eastbourne Airborne, now renamed Eastbourne International Air show. This is a FREE event and this year is held between the 18th and 21st August. It is well worth a visit if you love aircraft. Eastbourne also has 2 beer festivals, one in the spring and in the autumn.
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Eastbourne
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Eastbourne is well known for being the sunniest resort in the UK, plus it has a less wanted reputation for being the retirement capital as well! It has plenty to do for a day out... the 19th-century pier, museums, the Towner Art Gallery and a 1930s bandstand. Nearby, Redoubt Fortress, built during the Napoleonic Wars, has a military museum. Southwest along the coast, in South Downs National Park, are the tall chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and its striped 1902 lighthouse. Every year (except during the pandemic), the town has held the famous, Eastbourne Airborne, now renamed Eastbourne International Air show. This is a FREE event and this year is held between the 18th and 21st August. It is well worth a visit if you love aircraft. Eastbourne also has 2 beer festivals, one in the spring and in the autumn.
Tunbridge Wells became a much-loved spa town during the Restoration period in the late 17th century, thanks to the discovery of a chalybeate springs. While the boom in sea bathing 100 years later saw its popularity wane a little, it still attracted aristocratic visitors – including Queen Victoria among them. It secured ‘Royal’ status in 1909. Found within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its beautiful centre and the idyllic countryside close by make it a firm favourite among day-trippers.
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Royal Tunbridge Wells
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Tunbridge Wells became a much-loved spa town during the Restoration period in the late 17th century, thanks to the discovery of a chalybeate springs. While the boom in sea bathing 100 years later saw its popularity wane a little, it still attracted aristocratic visitors – including Queen Victoria among them. It secured ‘Royal’ status in 1909. Found within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its beautiful centre and the idyllic countryside close by make it a firm favourite among day-trippers.
Portsmouth in Hampshire is located on Portsea Island. To the east is Langstone Harbour and to the west is Portsmouth Harbour a busy sheltered harbour which is the home of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard as well as cross channel ferries, fishing boats and many yachts and pleasure craft. On the southern tip of Portsea Island is Southsea with sea views across The Solent to the Isle of Wight. Portsmouth is proud of it's naval history and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to a world class selection of historic ships including HMS Victory Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar, HMS Warrior the world's first iron hulled armoured ship and the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's Tudor warship. There are numerous other attractions to visit such as the Spinnaker Tower at Gunwharf Quays outlet shopping and leisure complex, the D-Day Story and of course Southsea Seafront. There are ferry and hovercraft connections to the Isle of Wight as well as cross harbour ferries to neighbouring Gosport. The city is lucky to have not one but two Frank Matcham designed theatres, the Kings Theatre in Southsea and the New Theatre Royal in Guildhall Walk, which have both been restored and are open for business hosting theatrical and musical entertainment. Portsmouth Guildhall and the Wedgewood Rooms in Southsea also host a wide variety of concerts and other cultural events. King Richard (1157 - 1199) sailed from Portsmouth on his way to the Crusades, and it was he who granted the town it's earliest known charter. It was during Richard's reign that the Star and Crescent first appeared on the town arms, the title of Mayor of the town also appears at this time. An earlier charter is thought to have been granted by Henry I, but all trace of it's existence has disappeared. King Richard's charter gave Portsmouth the right to hold a fair once a year, a weekly market and exemption from various tolls.
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Portsmouth
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Portsmouth in Hampshire is located on Portsea Island. To the east is Langstone Harbour and to the west is Portsmouth Harbour a busy sheltered harbour which is the home of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard as well as cross channel ferries, fishing boats and many yachts and pleasure craft. On the southern tip of Portsea Island is Southsea with sea views across The Solent to the Isle of Wight. Portsmouth is proud of it's naval history and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to a world class selection of historic ships including HMS Victory Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar, HMS Warrior the world's first iron hulled armoured ship and the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's Tudor warship. There are numerous other attractions to visit such as the Spinnaker Tower at Gunwharf Quays outlet shopping and leisure complex, the D-Day Story and of course Southsea Seafront. There are ferry and hovercraft connections to the Isle of Wight as well as cross harbour ferries to neighbouring Gosport. The city is lucky to have not one but two Frank Matcham designed theatres, the Kings Theatre in Southsea and the New Theatre Royal in Guildhall Walk, which have both been restored and are open for business hosting theatrical and musical entertainment. Portsmouth Guildhall and the Wedgewood Rooms in Southsea also host a wide variety of concerts and other cultural events. King Richard (1157 - 1199) sailed from Portsmouth on his way to the Crusades, and it was he who granted the town it's earliest known charter. It was during Richard's reign that the Star and Crescent first appeared on the town arms, the title of Mayor of the town also appears at this time. An earlier charter is thought to have been granted by Henry I, but all trace of it's existence has disappeared. King Richard's charter gave Portsmouth the right to hold a fair once a year, a weekly market and exemption from various tolls.
This is a town steeped in history. Find your bearings with a visit to Rye Heritage Centre, to see their vintage scale model of Rye, complete with a sound and light show. Rye Castle Museum, which was originally a bottling factory, boasts a unique 18th century fire engine, relics from the town’s shipbuilding past, and a display showing how the coastline has changed over the past thousand years. Visit the Ypres Tower, built in 1249 to defend Rye from invaders, with views across the marsh to what was once one of the most important harbours in the country. The literary minded will also love Lamb House, the one-time home of Henry James and EF Benson. Down the hill is Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, with a good network of accessible footpaths criss-crossing its saltmarsh and shingle ridges, and wonderful views across to Camber Sands and the cliffs of Hastings Country Park. It’s a twitcher’s paradise, with five hides provided for watching the wildlife. Look out for corn buntings and whimbrel flocks, bitterns and egrets, circling lapwings, dragonflies, damselflies and marsh frogs. In fact 4,275 species have been recorded in the reserve so far, including more than 300 that are considered rare and endangered in Britain. Put some thrills into your visit with a boat trip from Full Throttle Boat Charters, or a lesson in windsurfing, dinghy sailing or paddleboarding from Rye Watersports.
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Rye
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This is a town steeped in history. Find your bearings with a visit to Rye Heritage Centre, to see their vintage scale model of Rye, complete with a sound and light show. Rye Castle Museum, which was originally a bottling factory, boasts a unique 18th century fire engine, relics from the town’s shipbuilding past, and a display showing how the coastline has changed over the past thousand years. Visit the Ypres Tower, built in 1249 to defend Rye from invaders, with views across the marsh to what was once one of the most important harbours in the country. The literary minded will also love Lamb House, the one-time home of Henry James and EF Benson. Down the hill is Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, with a good network of accessible footpaths criss-crossing its saltmarsh and shingle ridges, and wonderful views across to Camber Sands and the cliffs of Hastings Country Park. It’s a twitcher’s paradise, with five hides provided for watching the wildlife. Look out for corn buntings and whimbrel flocks, bitterns and egrets, circling lapwings, dragonflies, damselflies and marsh frogs. In fact 4,275 species have been recorded in the reserve so far, including more than 300 that are considered rare and endangered in Britain. Put some thrills into your visit with a boat trip from Full Throttle Boat Charters, or a lesson in windsurfing, dinghy sailing or paddleboarding from Rye Watersports.

Social History

(Information from their website) PACK YOUR WALKING BOOTS & GET UP CLOSE TO HISTORY Embrace the outdoors and embark on an adventure across our 40-acre site with your family. Children of all ages can enjoy hands-on, interactive activities; there is so much to explore and discover – meet Knucker the water dragon and the working farm animals! Here is a list of things for you to look out for on your trip to the museum with your young explorers: Explore upstairs and downstairs in our collection of buildings – see how people used to live and work Learn how the watermill works – try milling with a hand-turned quern Explore the woodland playground and find Knucker the water dragon! Head to the family activity hub in Hambrook Barn to play traditional games Try hands-on activities in the medieval house from Sole Street Catch Tudor cooking in Winkhurst kitchen – smell the smoky fire and try some tasty treats See traditional breed farm animals – spot our Shire and Percheron horses, Southdown sheep, Saddleback pigs, plus chickens and geese
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Weald & Downland Living Museum
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(Information from their website) PACK YOUR WALKING BOOTS & GET UP CLOSE TO HISTORY Embrace the outdoors and embark on an adventure across our 40-acre site with your family. Children of all ages can enjoy hands-on, interactive activities; there is so much to explore and discover – meet Knucker the water dragon and the working farm animals! Here is a list of things for you to look out for on your trip to the museum with your young explorers: Explore upstairs and downstairs in our collection of buildings – see how people used to live and work Learn how the watermill works – try milling with a hand-turned quern Explore the woodland playground and find Knucker the water dragon! Head to the family activity hub in Hambrook Barn to play traditional games Try hands-on activities in the medieval house from Sole Street Catch Tudor cooking in Winkhurst kitchen – smell the smoky fire and try some tasty treats See traditional breed farm animals – spot our Shire and Percheron horses, Southdown sheep, Saddleback pigs, plus chickens and geese

Golf Courses

Worthing is lucky that it has many golf courses, all within a short drive from the Lodge. Hill Barn is the closest, with Worthing Golf Club nearby too. Further away, there is also one at Ham Manor ( Littlehampton), Avisford Park near Arundel, Angmering, Storrington, Hassocks, Pyecombe, Devils Dyke in Brighton and West Hove. If you're a golfer, why not treat yourself to a golfing holiday and try them all out! You would be welcome to lock your golf clubs in our garage when you're not out playing.
Worthing Golf Club
Worthing is lucky that it has many golf courses, all within a short drive from the Lodge. Hill Barn is the closest, with Worthing Golf Club nearby too. Further away, there is also one at Ham Manor ( Littlehampton), Avisford Park near Arundel, Angmering, Storrington, Hassocks, Pyecombe, Devils Dyke in Brighton and West Hove. If you're a golfer, why not treat yourself to a golfing holiday and try them all out! You would be welcome to lock your golf clubs in our garage when you're not out playing.

Horse Racing

The most beautiful racecourse in the world.... Horseracing has been part of Goodwood since 1802 when the 3rd Duke of Richmond introduced the sport. Fast forward two hundred years, there are 19 unique race days including the Qatar Goodwood Festival. To a backdrop of fabulous racing, Goodwood Racecourse offers a stunning choice of bars, dining and private hospitality.
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Goodwood Racecourse
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The most beautiful racecourse in the world.... Horseracing has been part of Goodwood since 1802 when the 3rd Duke of Richmond introduced the sport. Fast forward two hundred years, there are 19 unique race days including the Qatar Goodwood Festival. To a backdrop of fabulous racing, Goodwood Racecourse offers a stunning choice of bars, dining and private hospitality.

Events & attractions.

The historic Goodwood Motor Circuit Nestled at the foot of the Sussex Downs, the track is the only classic circuit in the world to remain entirely in its original form, after being lovingly restored. Home of the world-famous Goodwood Revival, Festival of Speed, and Members' Meeting, Goodwood Motor Circuit combines all the nostalgia of the golden era of motorsport with the modern technology of today.
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The historic Goodwood Motor Circuit Nestled at the foot of the Sussex Downs, the track is the only classic circuit in the world to remain entirely in its original form, after being lovingly restored. Home of the world-famous Goodwood Revival, Festival of Speed, and Members' Meeting, Goodwood Motor Circuit combines all the nostalgia of the golden era of motorsport with the modern technology of today.
VISITING AMBERLEY MUSEUM Travel back in time and explore the South’s working past in a 36 acre former quarry and limeworks, located in the heart of the South Downs National Park. With over 40 exhibit areas to discover, including a narrow-gauge railway, historic buses, rural crafts and extensive communications displays, there is something for everyone. Their team of friendly and knowledgeable volunteers are on hand to demonstrate, chat and reminisce.
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Amberley Museum
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VISITING AMBERLEY MUSEUM Travel back in time and explore the South’s working past in a 36 acre former quarry and limeworks, located in the heart of the South Downs National Park. With over 40 exhibit areas to discover, including a narrow-gauge railway, historic buses, rural crafts and extensive communications displays, there is something for everyone. Their team of friendly and knowledgeable volunteers are on hand to demonstrate, chat and reminisce.
Fishbourne Roman Palace is the largest Roman home in Britain. Imagine the luxury that would once have surrounded the proud owner of this lavish Roman residence. Stroll around the recreated Roman gardens – the earliest gardens found anywhere in the country – and enjoy the largest collection of mosaics in situ in the UK. Situated 1½ miles to the west of Chichester, Fishbourne is easily accessible by car, public transport and bike. Their site is wheelchair friendly and assistance dogs are welcome. There’s a lovely café for a spot of lunch, lots of open space to explore, and a fabulous gift shop with locally sourced products and Roman-themed gifts.
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Fishbourne Roman Palace
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Fishbourne Roman Palace is the largest Roman home in Britain. Imagine the luxury that would once have surrounded the proud owner of this lavish Roman residence. Stroll around the recreated Roman gardens – the earliest gardens found anywhere in the country – and enjoy the largest collection of mosaics in situ in the UK. Situated 1½ miles to the west of Chichester, Fishbourne is easily accessible by car, public transport and bike. Their site is wheelchair friendly and assistance dogs are welcome. There’s a lovely café for a spot of lunch, lots of open space to explore, and a fabulous gift shop with locally sourced products and Roman-themed gifts.
Imagine travelling through 11 miles of glorious Sussex scenery behind a steam engine. Bluebell Railway was one of the first preserved heritage lines in the country, resulting in one of the finest collections of vintage steam locomotives and carriages – many of which were preserved straight out of service from British Railways. The Bluebell Railway commenced train services in August 1960 and now runs steam trains between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead, stopping at Horsted Keynes and Kingscote. During your visit, learn about the history and science of the industrial age, experience the thrill of getting up close to a working steam locomotive and luxuriate in the comfort and style of a bygone era. Meet railway staff in period clothing, see original working signal boxes, and step back in time as you board our vintage carriages. The four stations are preserved in different periods of history including Victorian, 1930s and 1950s. If you would like some suggestions on planning your visit, please see what’s on pages on their website. Search "Bluebell Railway" on Google.
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Bluebell Railway
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Imagine travelling through 11 miles of glorious Sussex scenery behind a steam engine. Bluebell Railway was one of the first preserved heritage lines in the country, resulting in one of the finest collections of vintage steam locomotives and carriages – many of which were preserved straight out of service from British Railways. The Bluebell Railway commenced train services in August 1960 and now runs steam trains between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead, stopping at Horsted Keynes and Kingscote. During your visit, learn about the history and science of the industrial age, experience the thrill of getting up close to a working steam locomotive and luxuriate in the comfort and style of a bygone era. Meet railway staff in period clothing, see original working signal boxes, and step back in time as you board our vintage carriages. The four stations are preserved in different periods of history including Victorian, 1930s and 1950s. If you would like some suggestions on planning your visit, please see what’s on pages on their website. Search "Bluebell Railway" on Google.
Let off steam at this living history railway! Experience the nostalgic sights, sounds and smells of steam as you travel through 10 miles of beautiful Hampshire countryside, adjacent to the South Downs National Park. Located just seven miles from the ancient city of Winchester, you can join the line at the picturesque Georgian town of Alresford or at the bustling market town of Alton. Fares give you all day travel, so you can visit all four heritage stations with period charm as well as these historic towns. Alresford station is where the watercress that gave the line its name was sent all over the country by train from the goods platform you can still see behind the signal box. Here you can visit the West Country Buffet for some delicious hot meals, snacks and drinks, and visit our gift shop for a range of souvenirs and model railway pieces. Ropley was a sleepy country station until the preservation company took over in the 1970s when it became the loco shed for the railway. Ropley is where you can see the engines and carriages being restored and find out more about what really goes into running and preserving a heritage railway. Apart from the station house, all other buildings here have been built during the preservation period. The station hasn’t lost its historic charm, the famous topiary which is around 150 years old still lines the platform today. Medstead and Four Marks is a typical country station, smaller and more peaceful than our other stations along the line. It is the highest station on the old Southern Railway and the steep 1 in 60 gradient either side of the station is often described as ‘going over the Alps’ by our footplate crews. Here you can visit the ‘Delivering the Goods’ exhibition all about goods handling on the railway. You can also discover the famous Kings Cross footbridge used in the Harry Potter film. Alton is the eastern tip of the Watercress Line, with a mainline connection where we share the station with South Western Railway (who use Platforms 1 & 2). Beyond the London end of the station is one of our Wagon Group restoration bases and the Railway’s three steam cranes are also maintained here.
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The Watercress Line
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Let off steam at this living history railway! Experience the nostalgic sights, sounds and smells of steam as you travel through 10 miles of beautiful Hampshire countryside, adjacent to the South Downs National Park. Located just seven miles from the ancient city of Winchester, you can join the line at the picturesque Georgian town of Alresford or at the bustling market town of Alton. Fares give you all day travel, so you can visit all four heritage stations with period charm as well as these historic towns. Alresford station is where the watercress that gave the line its name was sent all over the country by train from the goods platform you can still see behind the signal box. Here you can visit the West Country Buffet for some delicious hot meals, snacks and drinks, and visit our gift shop for a range of souvenirs and model railway pieces. Ropley was a sleepy country station until the preservation company took over in the 1970s when it became the loco shed for the railway. Ropley is where you can see the engines and carriages being restored and find out more about what really goes into running and preserving a heritage railway. Apart from the station house, all other buildings here have been built during the preservation period. The station hasn’t lost its historic charm, the famous topiary which is around 150 years old still lines the platform today. Medstead and Four Marks is a typical country station, smaller and more peaceful than our other stations along the line. It is the highest station on the old Southern Railway and the steep 1 in 60 gradient either side of the station is often described as ‘going over the Alps’ by our footplate crews. Here you can visit the ‘Delivering the Goods’ exhibition all about goods handling on the railway. You can also discover the famous Kings Cross footbridge used in the Harry Potter film. Alton is the eastern tip of the Watercress Line, with a mainline connection where we share the station with South Western Railway (who use Platforms 1 & 2). Beyond the London end of the station is one of our Wagon Group restoration bases and the Railway’s three steam cranes are also maintained here.
21 MAY - 28 AUGUST 2022 - Glyndebourne Festival 2022 Their flagship summer programme of world class opera. Enjoy a performance in their indoor auditorium, and picnic in the gardens or dine in their restaurants during the 90-minute interval. See their website for more information and a full programme of events.
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Glyndebourne
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21 MAY - 28 AUGUST 2022 - Glyndebourne Festival 2022 Their flagship summer programme of world class opera. Enjoy a performance in their indoor auditorium, and picnic in the gardens or dine in their restaurants during the 90-minute interval. See their website for more information and a full programme of events.