Fairlight is a stunning village located just inland of the coast in East Sussex, situated between the historic town of Hastings in the east and Pett Level in the west. It forms a part of the Rother District, which the neighbouring settlement of Fairlight Cove is also a part of. At Fairlight Cove there is a lovely pebbled beach that is sheltered by a sandstone and clay cliff. The beaches located along this coastal stretch of East Sussex are renowned for the abundance of fossils that have (and are being) discovered - so if you are interested in archaeology then they are well worth a visit!
Located just 3 miles to the west of Fairlight is the popular seaside town of Hastings - which is famous for its 1066 battle between William the Conqueror and the Saxon King Harold. Hastings has grown to be a popular destination for holidaymakers as has an abundance of history, quaint shops, and family friendly attractions.
Fairlight stands on the High Weald - an Area of Outstanding National Beauty - and offers some fantastic walks over the beautiful English countryside. The High Weald is a large expanse of countryside that covers the northern part of East Sussex and is great for families, couples, and your furry friends to explore!
Fairlight and its surrounding areas have a wide variety of pubs, restaurants, and shops for you to explore during your visit - meaning that you have easy access to all that you would need. Fairlight is served by a number of bus routes that will take you to surrounding areas.