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Explore the South East by train to immerse yourself in the great English countryside, easily accessible from London.
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Silent Pool Distillers

Silent Pool Distillers

Silent Pool Distillers is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Surrey landscape. Using water from the spring fed Silent Pool, and 24 of the finest botanicals, we handcraft our award winning Silent Pool gin, liqueurs, vodka and Eau de Vies and bottle them on-site.
Hastings Stade

Hastings Stade

The Stade is the home of the largest beach-based fishing fleet in UK. Only a couple of hundred yards from the town centre, the Stade has historic net drying sheds - unique tall woroden buildings - and the freshest local fish for sale. There's also a miniature railway and the East Cliff funicular lift, and a museum in the old seamen's church.
Rye Castle Museum

Rye Castle Museum

The Museum is at two locations. The 14th century Ypres Tower has good views over what was once the largest and most important harbour in the country. The main exhibition on Rye's history is at 3 East Street, including ever-so-high stilts used in hop picking, and Rye’s old fire engine complete with leather hoses and battered lead-lined water buckets.
Bexhill Museum

Bexhill Museum

Bexhill Museum offers something for everyone, from local history and archaeology to fashion and Bexhill’s motor heritage. The unique collections are housed in a distinctive building which combines a traditional Edwardian museum with a modern extension. The Museum runs a wide range of special events and activities for children and adults.
Shoreham Port and Harbour

Shoreham Port and Harbour

Shoreham is dominated by its modern port facilities. The huge chimney of Shoreham Power Station at Shoreham Harbour can be seen from all along the Sussex coast and for miles out sea in the English Channel. A thriving and hard-working port, the area around it is densely packed warehousing and industrial. Shoreham harbour has an attractive marina.
Brighton Open Air Theatre

Brighton Open Air Theatre

Since its opening in 2015 BOAT has become well established as part of Brighton and Hove’s cultural landscape. BOAT is a 425 capacity Open Air Theatre in Dyke Road Park, Hove, open in the summer months, and hosting a huge range of events including Theatre, Music, Comedy, Family, Circus and Special Events.

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