Sedlescombe is a pretty village centred around an open area of green on the B2244 (6 miles) North of Hastings in an area known as the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Included in the parish is the hamlet of Kent Street which is on A21. Sedlescombe is (12 miles) from Rye, (16 miles) Camber,(18 miles) Eastbourne, (30 miles) Ashford International Station, The towns of Battle (3 miles) and Hastings are nearby for the train direct to London’s main line station, Charing Cross approx. (1.30 hours)
The village is rich in architecture with historical roots back to the times of the Romans and iron melting, the village green today is surrounded by cottages and black & white half timbered houses dating from 15th century onwards, nearby is the gastro pub The Queens Heads and the parish church of St John the Baptist.
Today the village gives its name to the country’s oldest organic vineyard, which has been producing award-winning wines for the past thirty years. https://www.sedlescombe.org.uk/
The International School Pestalozzi village is in the village and there is primary school in the village https://www.sedlescombecep.e-sussex.sch.uk a well-respected golf course Sedlescombe golf club as well as local hotel.
The village is ideally placed for the many schools close by https://www.buckswood.co.uk