What's near Bryn Clai Bed & Breakfast?
Bryn Clai is an ideal base from which to explore the Sussex countryside and the nearby attractions of Brighton, Eastbourne and Tunbridge Wells.
Recommended places for evening meals:
- The Cock Inn
The Cock is within walking distance of Bryn Clai and has a wonderful unspoilt bar with original oak beams, a flag-stone floor and an Inglenook fireplace, with a lovely log fire during the winter months. Inside this lovely country pub/restaurant there is seating for 72 diners.
- The Anchor Inn
The Anchor Inn in Ringmer is a friendly country pub, located on the edge of the South Downs, close to the town of Lewes. The pub itself dates from the 18th century and has two large garden areas, and a separate terrace area with seating. Our young, passionate team always welcome families and offer home cooked local food, made to order.
- The Green Man
The Green Man is in a country location within the village of Ringmer, just off the A26 coming out of Lewes. Popular for meals, they have their own extensive menu and children's menu which is all homemade using only fresh vegetables.
- The Blacksmiths Arms
Superb food, fine wines and a warm welcome await you at The Blacksmiths Arms, a charming 18th century Inn set amid beautiful surroundings in an area of outstanding natural beauty nestled beneath the Sussex Downs in Offham near Lewes.
A list of other nearby attractions is below. Use the links to find out more about each one.
- Amex Stadium
The home of the Brighton & Hove Albion Football team.
- Brighton Royal Pavillion
Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, in stages between 1787 and 1823, the Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside and out.
- Palace Pier
The Brighton Marine Palace and Pier is a pleasure pier in Brighton, England. It is generally known as the Palace Pier for short.
World famous opera house. The Glyndebourne Festival runs from mid May to late August and there are previews of their touring season in the autumn.
- Lewes Castle
Climb to the top of this 1000 year old Norman Castle for stunning panoramic views across Sussex.
- Bluebell Railway
Steaming through the heart of the Sussex Weald. The railway is operated by volunteers of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society.
- Sheffield Park
Internationally renowned landscape garden and parkland.
Outstanding 20th-century garden, set around a romantic house and ruins, in beautiful woodland.
- Wakehurst Place
The National Trust's most visited place. Open throughout the year, Wakehurst is the country estate of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
- Millennium Seed Bank
The Millennium Seed Bank Project is an international conservation project coordinated by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Ardingly is a parish of around 700 dwellings lying in most attractive wooded scenery within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Jacobean house, home of Rudyard Kipling
- Plumpton Racecourse
Plumpton Racecourse is one of the leading small Jumps racecourses, with 16 race-meetings each year including a popular Ladies Day, Easter Family Festival and Friday Party Night Evening Race-meeting.
The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead is an equestrian sport centre.
- Stanmer House
A stunning 18th century Georgian Manor House set in the beautiful Stanmer Park, just a stone’s throw away from central Brighton. Our restaurant is open 7 days a week and both the whole house and marquee can be exclusively hired for weddings and events.
- The South Downs Way
Experience some of the finest countryside between Winchester, first capital of England, and the white chalk cliffs of Eastbourne.