WELCOME TO
BURWASH
An Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty in the Sussex Weald
Burwash
A community website serving residents and visitors in the three villages of
Burwash, Burwash Common and Burwash Weald

Other Tourism Links

The oldest building in the village is St Bartholomew's Church and parts of the Norman original (1090) can be seen today

For more information on Burwash, the High Weald and the broader area of East Sussex visit www.highweald.org

Lots more information on other places to visit in East Sussex can be found at www.1066country.com

Here are some of our personal favourites:

For garden lovers there are many famous gardens within easy reach of Burwash, including:

Pashley Manor is open from April to September - 7 miles by main road, less if you know the local lanes!

Great Dixter is one of the most beautiful gardens in Britain - birthplace and home of the late Christopher Lloyd; Grade 1 listed Tudor house restored by Edward Lutyens

Bedgebury Pinetum is less than a 20 minute drive, and with nearly 10,000 trees and shrubs is home to the most complete collection of temperate conifers in the world

The National Trust manages the world-renowned Sissinghurst Castle Gardens created by Vita Sackville West amd her husband Harold Nicolson, and Scotney Castle one of the most romantic gardens designed around the ruins of a 14th century castle. Both gardens are a 25 minute drive from Burwash.

Bodiam Castle is a similar distance, and is a great destination for families particularly when combined with a trip on the Kent & East Sussex Railway

Battle Abbey and the nearby site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066 is also well worth a visit

Lovers of the arts will appreciate the Modernist icon - the de la Warr pavilion in Bexhill and home for regular arts events and exhibitions throughout the year; it also has a wonderful cafe overlooking the sea!

In nearby Eastbourne with its classic seaside attractions can also be found the exciting new art gallery and centre for visual arts the Towner Gallery

 

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