We took the 12 bus from Brighton and got off at the Country Park at Exceat. We had planned to just cross the road from there and either walk towards the cliffs or rent bikes and cycle there, but upon hearing that we were looking to see the view of the cliffs rather than actually going on the cliff tops themselves, the gentleman at the Seven Sisters Visitors' Centre suggested that we walk towards the coastguard cottages instead. Once we got there, we were so grateful that we had gone to the Visitor's Centre before setting off and had sought advice, as the view from there was exactly what we had been looking for. The walk from the car park to the cottages was easy, and the area was absolutely beautiful. The cliff top on the coastguard cottage side was high up, but it was no problem walking up.
We had read online that there wouldn't be any shops or restaurants in the area so we packed a couple of sandwiches and drinks for a picnic lunch. We saw a pub next to the car park though, and the outside seating area looked lovely.
I'd recommend a visit to the Seven Sisters Country Park to anyone. We were not able to go hiking or walk the few miles to Seaford and get the bus back from there, rather than going back to the bus stop where we'd gotten off earlier, and will be hoping that we can go back soon and do that next time!
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