How to get here

By train

Brighton train station and Hassocks train station, both 5 miles.A train ticket gets you a '2-for-1' offer on adult single and return tickets on the service 77 bus to Devil"s Dyke. Just show the bus driver your valid train ticket

By road

Signposted 2 miles north of A27 Brighton ring road and 1 mile south of A281

By foot

Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill lie on the South Downs Way, a 100-mile long National Trail that crosses the chalk escarpment and ridges of the South Downs from Winchester to Eastbourne

By bus

77 bus service travels up to Devil's Dyke from the centre of Brighton, passing the pier and train station. From the bus stop it is a gentle walk (about twenty minutes) to Saddlescombe along the South Downs Way. The bus runs everyday in summer, weekends and Bank Holidays in spring and autumn, Sun and Bank Holidays in winter (except Christmas Day). Weather permitting, it is an open-top bus on Sun and Bank Holidays.Each paying adult can take two children free on the 77 bus. A bus leaflet called 'Breeze up to the Dyke' is available. For more info, check Brighton and Hove Buses

By cycle

The South Downs Way is used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The trail passes through Saddlescombe and Newtimber, with some steep, but rewarding climbs along the way. A section of National Cycle Network Route 20 crosses the South Downs at Crawley and runs along the border of Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill to Brighton

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