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Alfriston, an adorable village on the South Downs Way which traces its origins back to Saxon times.... more

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Arundel is a delightful town dominated by Arundel Castle.... more

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Brighton, a onetime sleepy fishing town transformed into a fashionable resort at the beginning of the 19th century. The seafront is lined by an almost 3-mile-long promenade with the beach below and gardens and tall terraces above. Many of the once-fashionable townhouses are now boardi... more

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A lovely place to visit is the old-world Cotswold town of Burford. The broad High Street sweeps down the hillside, bordered by numerous antique and gift shops, to the bridge spanning the River Windrush. Branching off are delightful, narrow residential streets with flower-filled cottag... more

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Chiddingstone, a National Trust village, whose short main street has several 16th- and 17th-century, half-timbered houses, a church, and a teashop. Park by the old houses and follow a footpath behind the cottages to the Chiding Stone, from which the village gets its name: nagging wive... more

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A delightful town whose High Street has many lovely, white-board houses and shops, a fine medieval church, and a huge, white-board windmill with enormous sails.... more

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Eastbourne an old-fashioned holiday resort.... more

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Midhurst has some fine old houses and attractive inns. Knockhundred Row leads from North Street to Red Lion Street and the old timbered market. Curfew is faithfully rung each evening at 8 pm in the parish church. Legend has it that a rider, lost in darkness, followed the sound of the ... more

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Minster Lovell is a few miles to the west along the B4047: to reach the old part of the village, follow the brown signs for Minster Lovell Hall. Park at the end of the lane and walk through the churchyard to see the ruined home of the Lovell family in a field by the river’s edge... more

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Oxford is a beautiful university town graced by spacious lawns, pretty parks, lacy spires, honey-colored Cotswold stones, romantic pathways, and two picturesque rivers—the Cherwell and the Thames. Follow signs for the city center, park in any of the well-signposted, multi-story ... more

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A town of narrow old streets proffering lots of antique stores.... more

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A cosmopolitan city with a histoic quarter where yo find the Naval Museum, H.M.S. Victory and Mary Rose.... more

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Rye, a fortified seaport that was often attacked by French raiders. However, the sea has long since retreated, leaving the quaint town marooned 2 miles inland.... more

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Tenterden has a broad High Street of tiled and weather-boarded houses.... more

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In its heyday Royal Tunbridge Wells rivaled Bath as a spa town.... more

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A historic university town. Park in one of the car parks on the edge of town and walk into the pedestrian heart of the city, which was the capital of England in King Alfred’s reign during the 9th century and stayed so for 200 years.... more

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In the town of Witney is where blankets have been made for over a thousand years and which still preserves its Cotswold market-town atmosphere. The 18th-century Blanket Hall was used for weighing blankets and has an unusual one-handed clock.... more

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Woodstock is one of England’s prettiest country towns. On the outskirts of Woodstock are the famous gates of Blenheim Palace. In contrast to the immense palace and spacious grounds are the compact streets of the little town of Woodstock with its coaching inns and interesting sho... more

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