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Special offers with Downlander

Downlander gives you discounts at attractions around the South Downs area.


Simply present your e-ticket at any of the listed attractions to benefit.


Beachy Head


Exceat Farmhouse

Have a free drink on production of your Downlander ticket for each customer who is eating at Exceat Farmhouse.


Restaurant and tearoom with more tables in a beautiful courtyard and set in the glorious Seven Sisters Country Park near Seaford.


Bus Stop: Exceat Park Centre (12, 12A, 13) at the bottom of our drive.





Inside Much Ado BooksMuch Ado Books

Show your Downlander ticket and receive a 10% discount on purchases greater than £10 at Much Ado Books, High Street, Alfriston.


Much Ado offers thousands of hand-picked new, old and out-of-print books, ranging from bargain paperbacks to antiquarian rarities.


Shipping available. Open seven days.




Charleston Farmhouse

In 1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant moved to Charleston with their unconventional household and began to transform the old farmhouse, decorating walls, doors, furniture, textiles and ceramics, and filling the rooms with work by their friends and contemporaries, creating a rural haven for the group of artists, writers and intellectuals known as Bloomsbury.


The walled garden compliments the house with mosaics, sculptures, ponds and vibrant flowerbeds. The shop has a varied collection of ceramics, clothing and accessories, the gallery shows a programme of free exhibitions and the Outer Studio Café provides light refreshment.


Two for one adult entry with a Downlander ticket.





Charleston Garden Room





Newhaven Fort

Families are promised an exciting and varied day out at this award winning visitor attraction. The fascinating life-size exhibitions and displays help visitors to experience what life was really like for a soldier (and sometimes his family) living in a Victorian Fortress, as well as to understand and learn about the First and Second World Wars.


Once you’ve spent some time exploring, perhaps you might like to simply take some time to enjoy the stunning cliff top views with a fair-trade coffee or hot chocolate, an ice cream, some home-made organic soup, or a piece of scrummy carrot cake from our Searchlight Café.


Free child with every paying adult.




Newhaven Fort



The Old Apiary

This kind of shop you'll want to visit time and again. Relax and enjoy choosing from our unique and exciting range of traditional and contemporary gifts. 10% off all purchases on presentation of a valid Dowlander ticket.



Alfriston Clergy House

This was the first property purchased by the

National Trust in 1896. It is a 14th Century thatched Hall House with an unusual chalk and sour milk floor.


Visitors can wander in the pretty cottage garden and take in the peaceful timeless atmosphere. The Clergy House is in an idyllic setting beside the parish church with views across the Cuckmere River.


Two for one adult entry with a Downlander ticket.