The best of coast and countryside in Hailsham
Around ten miles north of Eastbourne, the market town of Hailsham is perfectly positioned in East Sussex on the doorstep of spectacular castles, beautiful countryside and the south coast. Catch a film at the beautifully restored Hailsham Pavilion or head to Knockhatch Adventure Park to see the owls and animals, with indoor and outdoor fun to help young ones burn off steam. Have a pleasant stroll at Hailsham Common Pond or for something more active, the town’s leisure centre has a good pool with a flume.
Step back in time in historic Sussex
You’re within an easy drive of historical treasures such as the lovely gardens of Herstmonceux Castle and the rugged splendour of Pevensey Castle. Battle Abbey, site of the Battle of Hastings, is also Nearby. Animal lovers in the party will love a trip to Drusilla’s Park, home to some unusual creatures such as red pandas, Fennec foxes and the rare Binturong (bear cats).
Shopping, nightlife, beaches - Sussex has it all
Take a trip to Eastbourne which has a fine pier, lots of shops and restaurants, the chance to see cutting-edge art for free at the Towner Art Gallery and the famous cliffs at Nearby Beachy Head. Lewes has striking architecture and lovely shopping, or try lively Brighton for more great shops plus a great night time scene. Looking for accommodation Near Hailsham? Travelodge Hellingly Eastbourne Hotel’s only five minutes’ drive away or try Travelodge Eastbourne Willingdon Drove Hotel.