|Adult College for Rural East Sussex|
|Location Information Sheet|
||Meeting place: Monk's House NT car park, Rodmell, Lewes, BN7 3HF
||Rodmell is a small rural village located roughly 4 miles south of Lewes and 5 miles north of Newhaven on the C7 road.
Approaching from the A27
From the West (Brighton, London) journey along the A27 and at the first Lewes roundabout take the third exit signposted 'Kingston' (height and weight restrictions apply on this road). From the opposite direction (Eastbourne, Hastings) travel along the A27 ignoring initial exits for Lewes until you reach a roundabout signed posted Lewes right and Kingston left. Take the first exit left to Kingston. Continue through the village of Kingston until you reach the junction with the C7 road (signposted Lewes left and Newhaven right). Turn right and follow this road until you reach Rodmell. Take the first road on the left after the Abergavenny Arms public house, signposted 'The Street'. Monk's House is located 400 yards further down on the right hand side. The National Trust car park is located 100 yards further on. Please try to avoid parking on the lane, as these spaces are intended for Rodmell residents.
Approaching from the A259
From the West (Brighton) as you enter Newhaven the A259 descends and merges with the one-way system from your right. Stay in the left hand lane and take the immediate left signposted Rodmell. From the East (Seaford, Eastbourne) enter Newhaven crossing over the river and you will merge into the one-way system that circles the main town centre. Ignore the exit for Brighton and take the next exit on your left signposted Rodmell.Continue along the C7 road until you reach the village of Rodmell. Take the road on your right before the Abergavenny Arms public house, signposted 'The Street'. Monk's House is located 400 yards further down on the right hand side. The National Trust car park is located 100 yards further on. Please try to avoid parking on the lane, as these spaces are intended for Rodmell residents. Please note there is no access from A26.
||Parking located 100 yards further on from property. Height restriction barrier of 6ft 6 or 198cm.
See https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/monks-house for more information about location.
||The postcode for Monk's House is unsuitable for use with Satellite Navigation devices as it more often than not guides users down the A26 and across an impassable railway crossing.
||One designated disabled space.
||At the end of the walk, you are invited to picnic in the grounds of Monk's House, or food and drink is available at the Abergavenny Arms at the end of the drive.