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Let Secret Sussex guide you around the unusual and unfamiliar. Step off the beaten track with this fascinating Sussex guide book and let local expert Ellie Seymour, author of the bestselling Secret Brighton guide, share these 150 well-hidden treasures of an amazing county. Ideal for local inhabitants, curious visitors and armchair travellers alike.


The places included in this guide are unusual and unfamiliar, allowing one to step off the beaten track.


Inside Secret Sussex:


Discover the setting for secret feasts in the forest, peek inside a glamorous Vogue war correspondent's surreal Sussex home, wander through a forgotten village by the sea, stumble on a fairy-tale folly and a tomb shaped like a Pyramid, uncover a hidden Bond-movie location, hunt out little-known Sussex wineries, track down Sherlock Holmes' fictional country cottage, take a safari through an African-inspired landscape, tour Led Zeppelin's former mansion, lose yourself in a museum about murder and true crime, and hang out with a colony of wallabies... Sussex is filled with hidden treasures that offer countless opportunities to wander off the beaten path. Secret Sussex is the first guide of its kind, designed for people who think they know the county well but are ready to move away from the tourist crowds in search of the unusual, the underground and the overlooked.

  • Don't miss - Each chapter of this Secret Sussex travel guide book corresponds to a different part of the county so that you can always find a hidden or secret place to discover.
  • Perfectly planned walks - Make sure that you do not miss any Secret location, by discovering each one featured in this guide by planning a walking tour of each part of the county

"Ellie shows her clear love for the county and her detailed entries demonstrate how much she has engaged with the people at each site to winkle out information not readily available at your local tourist information centre. She not only informs you about each place but often places it within a national context."
Sussex Life, Jan 22