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Bateman's - Rudyard Kipling's former home

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Bateman's - Rudyard Kipling's former home

Caption - Bateman's is a National Trust owned 17th century Jacobean house. Once home of writer Rudyard Kipling.

Walk 1838 : Bateman's & Holton Hill

Photographer : Paul Farmer

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East Sussex

East Sussex offers some excellent walking with the South Downs offering many excellent routes. The coast also offers some superb walks including Beach Head which rises 162 metres (530 feet) above the Sea. In land the Weald is worth exploring with its attractive villages and historic buildings. The highest point in the County is Ditching Beacon (248 metres, 814 feet). The most important long-distance footpath is the South Downs Way which provides a basis for shorter circular walks.

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