Burwash, Burwash Common and Burwash Weald are well worth a visit. Located at the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the villages offer beautiful walks through breathtaking countryside, fine hospitality in our local pubs, architectural gems on Burwash’s ancient High Street and much more.
Bateman’s, the Jacobean house where Nobel Prize-winning author and poet Rudyard Kipling lived from 1902 to 1936, is a gentle stroll from Burwash High Street where a stunning bronze statue of Kipling has recently been unveiled.
Burwash War Memorial, erected in 1920 next to St Bartholomew’s church, has a unique feature. Its lantern is illuminated on the day of the death of each of those Burwash men and women who died in the two world wars.
Accommodation is available in local pubs and B&Bs. The south coastal resort towns of Hastings, Bexhill, Eastbourne and Brighton are just a short drive away.
Hopefully this section of the website will help you enjoy your visit to the full.