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Brighton and Beyond Tours

Gold winners of the Guided Tour of the year 2018/19
Bronze Winner of the International Visitor Experience 2018/19

With over 20 years experience of running tours in the UK and Europe, these guys really do know what they’re doing. The tours start in Brighton, around a thiry minute drive from Wild Boar Wood and will give you the chance to get the real Sussex experience. Visit the farms and vineyards of Sussex and the hidden landscapes full of wonder, all with a local guide who can answer all your questions.

Choose from the choice of two tours, with a maximum of sixteen people each tour. Smaller groups means more time to explore, less waiting around and the ability to go at your own pace.

Tour Choices

Seven Sisters and the South Downs

If you’re interested in the landscape of the South Downs and the Seven Sisters then this is the tour for you. Your guide takes you through the amazing ancient landscape, with its rolling chalk cliffs and downland rich in fauna. You’ll stop at Devils Dyke, a popular spot along the South Downs Way for Brightonians wanting to escape the city. You’ll also visit Seven Sisters, with the unmissable white cliffs. In addition you’ll stop in Rottingdean, a typical coastal village. Middle Farm is a highlight of the trip and a good place to sample some amazing Sussex produce. A great opportunity to pick up some steaks for the night’s campfire dinner!

Prices from £45

Seven Sisters, near the Sussex campsite

Food and Drink Tour

If eating and drinking is your thing then this is certainly going to be a treat. We are blessed with some of the country’s most spectacular produce in Sussex and this is your chance to get a good taste of it. You’ll also get to visit some of Sussex’s beautiful scenery with a stop at Devils Dyke. On your stop at Middle Farm you can pick up some local produce and sample some of the National Cider Collection. You’ll carry on from here to Longman Brewery and taste some of their delicious award winning beers.

Prices from £89

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Coronavirus Update

Based on Government guidance we have opened both Beech Estate and Wild Boar Wood Campsites on July 4th, 2020. *** Please note any new bookings made after July 6th, 2020 until further notice, that are unable to commence due to Government guidance regarding COVID-19, will be offered credit notes for 18 months. This applies to booking made directly on our website only. ***