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The weather in Alfriston
Check out the climate diagram for Alfriston. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Alfriston, with temperatures going under 2°. The month of March has nice weather with only 8 rainy days.
A holiday cottage in the medieval village of Alfriston
With its intriguing medieval history and legends of smugglers, Alfriston demands a visit. This thriving community takes its art and cultural scene seriously, as you'll discover. Your Alfriston accommodation awaits.
Make sure to take time for tea
The family-run Singing Kettle Tea House in the main square is best suited to extended bouts of people watching. Meanwhile, Moonrakers proposes delicious British cuisine with fabulous views over the village green and church.
Retreat from the rush to the tranquil walled garden of the Apiary Coffee Shop & Tea Garden. Their home-made scones, coffee, and light lunches are a must while in Alfriston. How about a memorable winemaker's lunch with sweeping views of the South Downs? The Rathfinny Wine Estate beckons with its exceptional Sussex sparkling wines.
Culture and medieval history
English village life is best experienced at Alfriston's bustling market square, home to a market cross and centuries-old public houses. Alfriston's top attraction is undoubtedly the 14th-century half-timbered Clergy House, which boasts views over the River Cuckmere.
Catch a local theatre production or concert at St. Andrews Church, known as 'the Cathedral of the South Downs'. Alfriston Summer Music Festival performances take place here, and food, drink, and music await at the annual Alfest, a summer affair that brings you 'the best of the South Downs'.
Award-winning Drusillas Park is a must visit for its friendly residents: monkeys, lemurs, red pandas, penguins, and more. The zoo also houses two adventure play areas, Go Wild! and Go Bananas!, along with a Thomas & Friends train ride.
Watch Jersey cows being milked at Middle Farm or enjoy a romp in the hay. Alternatively, the Arlington Reservoir Nature Reserve & Fishery offers anglers great trout fishing and is home to gorgeous migratory and indigenous bird populations.Stop for tea and cake during your circular walk around the scenic reservoir.
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