A sleepy corner of England, medieval Sussex is home to beautiful historic castles, medieval churches and stunning timber-framed buildings hidden down wooded lanes.
Sussex is best known for its soaring chalk cliffs, rolling downland and bustling seaside resorts. Yet this county – so close to London – is peppered with some of the finest medieval buildings in England. Historically, medieval Sussex was densely wooded and these historic houses, castles and churches still need seeking out down picturesque lanes.
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For more on medieval Sussex see the May/June 2016 (July 2016) issue of BRITAIN magazine, which is now available to buy in the UK and will go on sale in the US on 6 May 2016.
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