The Southeast

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  • 1. Bodiam Castle


    Immortalized in paintings, photographs, and films, Bodiam Castle (pronounced Boe-dee-um) rises out of the distance like a piece of medieval...Read More

  • 2. Bodiam Boating Station

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    By far the prettiest way to approach Bodiam Castle is on a 45-minute river cruise through Sussex countryside. Boats leave from the riverbank...Read More

  • 3. Chapel Down Winery


    After decades—centuries, even—as the butt of jokes, the English wine industry is at last being taken more seriously. Drop in at Chapel Down...Read More

  • 4. Church of St. Mary the Virgin

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    At the top of the hill at the center of Rye, this classic English village church is more than 900 years old and encompasses a number of architectural...Read More

  • 5. Great Dixter House and Gardens


    Combining a large timber-frame hall with a cottage garden on a grand scale, this place will get your green thumbs twitching. The house dates...Read More

  • 6. Lamb House


    Something about Lamb House, an early-18th-century dwelling, attracts writers. The novelist Henry James lived here from 1898 to 1916. E. F. Benson...Read More

  • 7. Mermaid Street


    One of the town's original cobbled streets, and perhaps its most quintessential view, heads steeply from the top of the hill to the former harbor...Read More

  • 8. Rye Castle Museum


    The diminutive Rye Castle Museum, below the remains of the castle wall on East Street, displays watercolors and examples of Rye pottery, for...Read More

  • 9. Winchelsea


    Like Rye, Winchelsea perches prettily atop its own small hill amid rolling farmland. Look for the splendid (though damaged) church built in...Read More

  • 10. Ypres Tower


    Down the hill past Church Square, Ypres Tower (pronounced "Wipers" by locals) was originally built as part of the town's fortifications (now...Read More

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