Rottingdean Travel Guide

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    by julia79
  • Rottingdean
    by julia79
  • Rottingdean
    by julia79

Rottingdean Things to Do

  • by julia79 Written Jun 5, 2009

    It's not so special, but it's nice to do it:) especially in a sunny and nice day. We did it and made some funny pictures :)

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  • by julia79 Written Dec 6, 2008

    It was the home of Rudyard Kipling where he wrote some of his popular classics. He moved to live there with his family in 1897.
    Most of the original garden is saved and prepared to welcome guests who'd like to visit this wonderful place. There are colorful flowers and a croquet lawn.

    Kipling in Rottingdean, Sussex (1897-1902)-Jacqueline Banerjee, PhD, Contributing Editor, UK

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    • Historical Travel
    • Family Travel

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    by zuriga Updated May 31, 2006

    High on Beacon Hill (used during the Hundred Years War to warn of the invading French) stands Smock Mill. It dates back to 1802. The townspeople milled their corn there until 1880 and now it proudly sits overlooking the Channel and next to a miniature golf course.

    Windmill
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    • Architecture

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Rottingdean Restaurants

  • by julia79 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    The White Horse Hotel is situated in Rottingdean, East Sussex. I can talk only about the bar because I just passed by to have a beer and look at the sea. The view is magnificent and it was very important for my decision to chose that bar/restaurant. The sea-gulls are just next to you, so you can almost touch them:) It is a wonderful place in a good weather. A good food and polite personnel make your stay lovely and exciting. If you visit Rottingdean-don't miss to go to this restaurant.

    White Horse Hotel
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    by zuriga Written Apr 18, 2005

    The Plough is famous for it's live Irish Music Session every Sunday at 4. Good drink and food are also available.

    The Plough
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    • Beer Tasting
    • Music

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    by zuriga Written Apr 18, 2005

    You may want to try your hand at flying over the sands and hopefully not out to the English Channel!

    Up and Away
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    • Hang Gliding
    • Surfing
    • Family Travel

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