My place is close to Brighton, there is an excellent bus service into town and a direct bus to Brighton Station. Alternatively it is a 25 minute walk into town along the seafront, which is just a few minutes away.
The house is Victorian and in a quiet, tree lined attractive terrace within easy walking distance of the seafront and Marina. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby. It is close to the historic village of Rottingdean where Rudyard Kipling lived and the beautiful old market town of Lewes is easily accessible by bus or train. It is the perfect base for walkers because of the close proximity of the South Downs Way. Three outstanding contemporary galleries can be reached by a regular train service - The Towner in Eastbourne, The Jerwood, Hastings and the De la Ware in Bexhill. A frequent bus service from Brighton to Eastbourne runs from the seafront along a scenic route through Cuckmere Haven and over Beachy Head. If you enjoy reading there is an outstanding independent bookshop in nearby Kemptown village or the highly acclaimed bookshop in the Sussex village of Alfriston. Glyndebourne can be reached by train and a shuttle service collects ticket holders at the station.