Things to Do

Pubs

Laughing Fish
The landlords, Andy and Linda, are very welcoming providing good pub food and excellent guest ales. You will find wonderful locals who can tell you all about the history of the village of Isfield as well as current information. The villagers have purchased the field behind the pub for the use of the village community and campers that wish to stay there.
http://www.laughingfishonline.co.uk/

The Halfway House
Rowan and Mel provide excellent restaurant / pub food and events are held in the summer months in their rear field. These include rounders and cricket, everyone can get involved.
http://www.halfwayhouseisfield.co.uk/

Both pubs have great gardens with childrens playareas designated, dogs are also welcome.

 

Venues

Glyndebourne
Operahouse - http://glyndebourne.com/
Food and English Wine Festival - http://glyndefoodfestival.co.uk/

Bentley - http://bentley.org.uk/
Visitors to Bentley can enjoy lunch, coffee or afternoon tea at the Bentley. They are developing a new seasonal menu for the kitchens with locally sourced ingredients, inspired by traditional Sussex recipes.
There's a host of activities to keep everyone happy. Have fun at the adventure playground and explore the willow tunnels, ride on the miniature railway, visit the motor museum, feed the birds on the wildfowl reserve or discover the ancient houses on a woodland walk.

Seaford Museum
Seaford Museum is housed in Martello Tower no.74, which is situated at the eastern end of Seaford seafront. Nicknamed the Tardis by its visitors, there is a deceptive 5,000 square feet of display area which includes the roof with cannon, entrance floor with museum shop, the lower floor of the tower and the covered dry moat area.

 

Villages / Towns

Tunbridge Wells
The historic spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, the medieval town of Cranbrook and the Wealden Villages offers the visitor a variety of experiences, both old and new.
Located just 30 miles south of London the area combines history, contemporary shopping and leisure activities.
http://www.visittunbridgewells.com/

Lewes
Quaint shops set in an idyllic, picture postcard historic town famous for its castle.
Situated in the centre of the town a house once lived in by Anne of Cleves is now a musuem about her life.
Ghost Walks are a fun way to get around town
http://www.visitlewes.co.uk

Brighton
From iconic tourist attractions to beachfront cool, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Vibrant, colourful, fun and free, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea. It really is unique.
http://visitbrighton.co.uk

Eastbourne
Three theaters in Eastbourne cater for all your artistic needs
http://www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk/