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The Dyke railway station was a railway station near Devil's Dyke in West Sussex, England which opened in 1887 and closed in 1939.
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Not to be confused with the pub that has the same name, but this area was really gorgeous. Bus 77 from Brighton was about 20-minutes and when we reached the area, we could see the land all around. Great for family picnics during summer.
One of the best places to go if you want something to do on a warm summers day, also the effort put into walking about to then get to the top of the hill by the pub and watch the sunset in the west is just beautiful. I suggest to check what time the sun sets and plan your time accordingly as it is a great experience for anyone.
Stunning views and lush green out there. Very quiet and lovely drive to this place. We mistakenly drove through the devil's dyke as detour avoiding traffic towards Brighton and were thankful that we did take it. This place is so beautiful and relaxing to eyes.
With its stunning panoramic views, Devil’s Dyke is a fantastic spot to run around, let off steam, explore the countryside and celebrate the great outdoors. Devil's Dyke may be famous for stunning views, but just five minutes from the car park you will find the deepest and widest dry valley in Britain. Everywhere you walk on this rich and diverse downland site history surrounds you, from Iron Age forts to Victorian funfairs. So, after you have taken in the view go and explore Sussex's most iconic hill fort.
Excellent location for walking to or from. Branch out across the south downs and see the very special views. You can easily reach all the way back to Mile Oak Farm and surrounding areas The local vintage inn does great food and is dog friendly. Fully recommend for walkers and sights of the South Downs.
Great place though get there early to get your spot in the car park and inside if you are eating. Fabulous views. Parking VEGAN menu available but you must ask for it. Vegan burger was not great, needed salsa or lettuce/tomato topping. Good beer and drinks selection.
Eventhough it was so cold and misty when we went there we still had loads of fun exploring and taking photographs, we also enjoyed having a cup of hot coffee at the pub and café.
Beauty spot just north of Brighton, good for walking.Hang gliding and other recreational activities also take place here. the South Downs Way passes by here.
Good place for a nice walk ans womderful views . then to sit down and have some food. At the pub
5 stars for the huge variety of walks you can do in this wide West Sussex valley. It's a sought after hiking destination, however it's never too busy for you to find yourself lost in nature on your own. Well-displayed signposts for all liking: short, medium, long or circular walks. You can't get bored of it. Whether you go downhill and visit the small nearby villages or just go across the dyke (=canyon) or through fields or across forests. Useful tip: download the South Downs free app to choose your route. Or just take the 77 bus from Brighton station, get off at the last bus stop and get lost. You'll always find a way back (but don't forget your google map! 😉)
Breath taking views in all directions and all the way to the sea. Some really steep hills to climb. Best views from a pub I have ever seen. Outside seating. National trust car park. Vintage inns menu. Gets very busy. We were told 40 minute wait for food, but our sandwithes arrived in 20 mins so no complaints. Good food as well.