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Local Attractions & Walking


South Downs Way
National Park

The Langham is the perfect place to stay when exploring and walking the South Downs Way where you can experience the natural un-spoilt beauty

of Beachy Head, Seven Sisters,

Birling Gap and the Cuckmere Haven.  


Redoubt Fortress

Open seasonally the Redoubt is a large part of Eastbourne's heritage and a 2 minute walk

from the Langham.

Bluebell Railway

Drusillas Park

Bluebell Railway

Enjoy a great family day out at Drusilla's Park, just a 20 minute drive from the Langham.


Drusillas is widely looked upon as the best small zoo

in the country.

Alfriston Clergy House

Clergy House Alfriston

A steam train ride on the Bluebell Railway is one of the top things to do with your family while in Sussex.


The line is a dedicated heritage line that runs for 11 miles between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead.  Only a 40 minute drive from The Langham.


Herstmonceux Castle
& Gardens

Located just two miles from the National Trust’s Cuckmere Valley, Alfriston Clergy House is a medieval thatched Wealden hall-house with picturesque garden.


Built in the 14th century, the building was the first acquired by the National Trust in 1896. The timber-framed house is set in idyllic surroundings with views across the River Cuckmere and has a tranquil cottage garden teaming with wildlife.

South Downs Tours invites you to experience the beautiful South Downs on Eastbourne’s doorstep including the truly iconic, world-renown coastline that is 'The Seven Sisters' and the historic village of Alfriston. Individuals or groups of up to 8 guests can be picked up directly from The Langham.

Herstmonceux Castle Gardens and Grounds is a 300 acre estate that comprises of woodland, formal themed gardens and a 15th century moated castle.


Made from red brick, Herstmonceux Castle is one of the earliest examples of a brick built building in England. The castle is open from March to October.

South Downs Tours

South Downs Tours

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