The property is centrally located in a busy sought-after popular tourist village in East Sussex, which nestles in the heart of the South Downs, not far from the larger seaside towns of Seaford and Eastbourne. Lying in the Cuckmere Valley, the village dates from Saxon times and we understand is recorded in the Domesday Book.
The village has many beautiful old buildings attracting visitors in large numbers all year round, including foreign tourists and regular coach parties en route as part of their itinerary to the many local attractions such as the National Trust's Clergy House (overlooked from the restaurant terrace), the Long Man, Charleston Farmhouse, the Seven Sisters Park and ever popular Wine Centre.
The South Downs Way also passes through the village, and thus providing a convenient watering hole for walkers/ramblers and cyclists and many local people and businesses. The restaurant itself is located in the High Street, amongst many other beautiful period properties, all steeped in history.
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