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Thirty miles south of London you can explore one of the best surviving medieval landscapes in Northern Europe. Mysterious ancient woodland and fern-clad streams; intriguing timber-framed buildings; sunken lanes created by Saxon drovers and Tudor...more
We live in the High Weald AONB, a beautiful part of south east England beginning south of Tunbridge Wells and rolling down to the sea between Hastings and Rye through verdant countryside speckled with historical towns and villages, and plenty of great pubs and idyllic...More
The High Weald is a beautiful area to drive through - we were visiting local National Trust properties and found ourselves traversing narrow country lanes to find Bateman's, the sometime home of Rudyard Kipling, and then Bodiam Castle. We passed through numerous pretty village that,...More
There are many scenic walks in the High Weald. It's a varied landscape, with rolling hills, spacious heathlands, sandstone outcrops and many woodlands, and it's great for bluebells and autumn colours. I've done a wide range of walks there, accessed by public transport. Some of...More
Beautiful area. Glad I've been but would not return because...
.. the roads are often narrow and the 'locals' (mainly from London apparently) drive fast and impatiently. Driving through narrow high streets with cars parked on one side and 2 cars trying to get through...More
I go out for walks on the High Weald regularly. There is lots of beautiful countryside around here with lots to see. Part of the AONB is only a short walk from home, so I often visit if I have some spare time. If you...More
The High Weald AONB is a remnant of a medieval landscape we don't often find these days. Small fields, steep wooded hills, gill streams and dotted with ridge top villages and many small farms. It is a large area that covers from Rye at the...More