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East Sussex

Part of the historic county of Sussex, this south east corner of England is one of the sunniest counties in England. The landscape has well known features such as the Weald and South Downs, the Chalk Hills leading to the cliffs and Lighthouse at Beachy Head. There are castles and historical buildings dotted throughout the county. For a more urban setting, there’s ultra trendy Brighton & Hove, beloved of creatives and its popular Brighton beach. Or chilled out Eastbourne, Lewes or the historic Old Town Hastings. East Sussex retains its high temperatures year-round, falling to 8° in January and February, and rising to 21° in July and August. Rainfall is, strangely for Britain, not much of an issue, barring the winter months, but there may still be showers. On average this corner of the country has more sunshine than the rest of the country. Proximity to London gives it relatively good accessibility by road and rail. Don’t miss the views across the channel from Beachy Head. Photo by Benjamin Davies via Unsplash

2 Wedding Venues in East Sussex meet your criteria

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East Sussex, England
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Experience timeless elegance at The Grand, where generations have tied the knot, seduced by its charm and splendor. Choose from enchanting wedding packages tailored to your...

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2-200

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£115.00

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1

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Sep
08
 The Grands Wedding Showcase 2024
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East Sussex, England
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Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club is a beautiful country house hotel set at the heart of the Ashdown Forest in East Sussex. Set in 186 acres of landscaped Sussex...

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2-150

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£162.00

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East Sussex

Part of the historic county of Sussex, this south east corner of England is one of the sunniest counties in England. The landscape has well known features such as the Weald and South Downs, the Chalk Hills leading to the cliffs and Lighthouse at Beachy Head. There are castles and historical buildings dotted throughout the county. For a more urban setting, there’s ultra trendy Brighton & Hove, beloved of creatives and its popular Brighton beach. Or chilled out Eastbourne, Lewes or the historic Old Town Hastings. East Sussex retains its high temperatures year-round, falling to 8° in January and February, and rising to 21° in July and August. Rainfall is, strangely for Britain, not much of an issue, barring the winter months, but there may still be showers. On average this corner of the country has more sunshine than the rest of the country. Proximity to London gives it relatively good accessibility by road and rail. Don’t miss the views across the channel from Beachy Head. Photo by Benjamin Davies via Unsplash

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