Devil's Dyke - National Trust
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Devil's Dyke is a 100m deep V-shaped dry valley on the South Downs Way in southern England, near Brighton and Hove. It is part of the Beeding Hill to Newtimber Hill Site of Special Scientific Interest. Great Walks.
5k walk, incredible views, good pub with great food but at weekends must book a table
Amazing views across Sussex that you can enjoy while walking across the downs or enjoying a drink at the Devil's Dyke pub.
“Select your order at home and then go to pick it up. For maximum enjoyment, eat on the beach on a warm evening!”
“Though it attracted some local criticism and is fairly limited as an activity, the viewing platform does provide a great view of the town and seafront below. It's surprisingly peaceful and intriguing to quietly and smoothly ascend the i360 tower and observe the passers-by below.”
“Chef Michael Bremner’s beach-front brasserie is named after the dark cloud of starlings (a ‘murmuration’) that swirls over the adjacent West Pier at sunset, best viewed from the restaurant’s lovely terrace, which spills out on to the newly developed promenade next to the futuristic i360 tower and viewing pod. The open kitchen offers bold combinations. So lobster croquettes come with a gutsy saffron and chorizo mayonnaise, while a punchy plate of harissa baked marrow is lifted by red pepper tabbouleh and coconut yoghurt dressing. Good oysters; an excellent breakfast menu; and a bargain set lunch (three courses for £20); plus excellent service. Don't have to book although that may have changed so check first.”
“Independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Excellent for people watching. ”