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Rottingdean Vacation Packages
Rottingdean Vacation Packages
Rottingdean is around 50 miles south of London, the national capital.
Located about 4 miles west of Rottingdean is Brighton, a location that contains a range of interesting attractions. While there, make time to see the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery and the Brighton Royal Pavilion. Most tourists also go to Bodiam Castle.
See the Brighton & Hove Albion FC take to the field on home grounds, American Express Community Stadium. Situated in Brighton, it's 4 miles northwest of Rottingdean. If you're lucky enough to make it to a Brighton & Hove Albion FC match while you're in the region, you'll be blown away by the team's athleticism.
Only here for a few days? Visit Windmill Mini-Golf Course for something in the area.
If your group heads 4 miles away from Rottingdean, you will get to The Lanes. Some time here will allow you to go to Brighton and Hove Jewish Congregation and Mechanical Memories Museum. You should also investigate Lagoon Watersports and Body Base Hove Spa in Hove. This nice spot is about 6 miles from Rottingdean.
The regional hub, St Leonards-On-Sea, is the heart of the action. Starting from Rottingdean, head east for 25 miles and spend a day at the Warrior Square Gardens, St Leonards Gardens and Filsham Reedbed Nature Reserve. Don't head back without having also experienced St Leonard, Hollington -Church-in-the-Wood and Old Roar Gill.
Prepare yourself to embark on an exciting adventure through the rich cuisine scene of East Sussex.
To capture the real essence of the region, savor regional ingredients like fish and lamb.
Make sure you taste some traditional food, such as bangers and mash (sausages with mashed potatoes) and ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread, pickles and cold cuts).
Those who can still find room for a little more should try spotted dick (sponge pudding of dried fruits with custard), a delicious way to wrap up your culinary adventure.
The top bars in this region just about always serve Yorkshire Bitter, so make sure you sample it if you enjoy quality beer.
If you are not really a drinker, hot chocolate is a popular local beverage you have to try.
If you want to connect with the locals, taste Bombay Saphire Gin, a well-known alcoholic drink.
To complement your dining pleasure, try some wine from the East Sussex region, such as Denbies Pinot Gris and Chapel Down Chardonnay.
It's a sad truth of life that vacations don't last forever. But after touring such a stunning region, you'll depart with many memories which will occupy a piece of your heart for years to come.
The handiest airport, Gatwick Airport, is 25 miles to the north of Rottingdean.
Accommodation in Rottingdean
At this point, Rottingdean doesn't offer a huge variety of places to stay listed on our Rottingdean hotels page, so make sure that you book ahead to avoid disappointment.