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Popular and busy viewpoint as there's a car park is right at the top. It's easier to drive up Ditchling Road off the A27 as going the other way from Ditchling village the road is narrow and steep. No toilets or café but there was...More
A slight detour back to Brighton took us up a sloping road to Ditchling Beacon. While the name is not the most poetic, the views are indeed a treat for the casual walker and artist alike. When we arrived, one man was standing on a...More
It’s a place to blow the cobwebs away. Park/cycle up and be wowed by the views. Walk along the ridgeway . The vista is amazing you can see for miles. Tell all my visitors to come here. Good for family walks. Solo trips, romantic sunset...More
My wife and I have been walking the South Downs Way in stages. We started in Winchester and have driven and walked from various car parks on the route. Ditchling Beacon has a good sized car park (reasonable car parking charges apply), but is not...More
Ditchling Beacon is just fantastic, the views all around you are amazing from the top of this mountain which is part of the Sussex Downs. There is a car park at the top where you can often get an Ice Cream from the visiting van....More
An energetic climb or a car ride takes you up to this wonderful spot. At the top take time to sit and stare for a while as the views are spectacular, wander a fairly flat way along the South downs or choose a longer more...More
If you are walking that would be a good idea as it is high above both Ditchling itself and Brighton. If you are cycling you will have a drinks bottle etc and when you have been to the Beacon pop down into Ditchling for a... More
If you are walking that would be a good idea as it is high above both Ditchling itself and Brighton. If you are cycling you will have a drinks bottle etc and when you have been to the Beacon pop down into Ditchling for a coffee at the Green Welly cafe in Ditchling!