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Southeast England - more planning ?

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I am still working on where I want to base us for our trip to southeast UK next spring.
It looks like we will be mostly in "mid" Kent and Sussex (East and West). The rough plan at this time is to go no further east than Rye and no further west than Winchester.

I am currently leaning towards 2 bases for the approximately 2 week trip (one more easterly and one more westerly).

Right now I am leaning towards either the Cranbrook area OR the Rye area (easterly)
and South Downs (probably near Midhurst) for the westerly.
Would it make any sense to have 3 bases?
Any comments/recommendations/suggestions etc ?

Thanks for any help. My biggest problem seems to be that everywhere looks appealing.

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