Grand Jacobean stately home and gardens, on the site of Elizabeth I's childhood home.
Bateman's is a 17th-century house located in Burwash, East Sussex, England. Author Rudyard Kipling lived in Bateman's from 1902 to his death in 1936.
Part of the Glendale Churches Heritage Trail, Old Bewick has had 900 years of 'storm and strife' from Scots invasions and the weather! Built in 12th C and restored in 13th and 14th C. In 1695 the Nave was fully restored and again in 1866 the Chapel was re-roofed. The Apse is quite a wonder to behold. There is both Anglo-Saxon and Norman influences in evidence both inside and outside the church. It certainly is worth the visit and walk around our old graveyard.
Charleston, in East Sussex is a property associated with the Bloomsbury group, that is open to the public. It was the country home of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant and is an example of their decorative style within a domestic context, representing the fruition of over sixty years of artistic creativity. Vanessa Bell wrote of this time; "It will be an odd life, but ... it ought to be a good one for painting."