Beckley is the nearest village, half a mile away. The historic town of Rye is only 5 miles away, with its beautiful medieval buildings and a good selection of shops and restaurants.
There are numerous local attractions to suit all ages and tastes.
For walkers, there are woodland walks directly from the house. Romney Marsh is ideal for flat walking, with several good pubs along the way. Fairlight area is equally near for those preferring hilly cliff top walks.
For those after a bit of sand and sea Bixley Cottage is only 5 miles from the sea. The long sandy beach at Camber is 2 miles on from Rye or Winchelsea in the opposite direction with it’s shingled beach.
Dungeness, on the peninsula, is an important staging post for landbird migrants and the Observatory is uniquely positioned for year round bird watching. Derek Jarman’s converted fisherman's hut and garden are to be found at Dungeness.
Bodiam Castle - National Trust medieval moated castle, is set in open grounds near Robertsbridge.
Batemans, Burwash - Rudyard Kipling's former home. Interior of the Jacobean house reflects the author's associations with the East as well as the beautiful gardens.
Great Dixter House, Northiam - Edwin Lutyens restored this medieval house and designed the gardens in 1910, and was home to Christopher Lloyd, who created one of the most experimental gardens in England.
Hawhurst Owl Rescue Centre
Rone Breeds Centre, Woodchurch
Bodiam Boating Station, Newenden
Mermaid Street, Rye
Lamb House, Rye
Great Dixter, Northiam
Batemans, (Rudyard Kipling House)
Derek Jarman's garden, Dungerness