A stunning gem of a village, off the C7 from Lewes, which is approximately 4 miles from the county town of East Sussex.
The village is surrounded by open countryside and the South Downs to the south side. There is an excellent public house and village hall as well as the defining Monks House, bought with the help of the Wycherley family by Leonard and Virginia Woolf.
The north side of the village has an attractive loop of houses, most with superb views and a footpath walk to Lewes, past the car park and cricket ground. Rodmell is approximately three miles from Lewes, with its mainline railway station. Iford, Northease, Southease, Piddinghoe and Telscombe hamlets are all close by and there is easy access to Brighton via the coast road and Newhaven Cross Channel Port with a railway station at Southease.