The May bank holiday is a great time to travel in the UK. Given COVID-19 restrictions and international travel not fully up and running again, it was a perfect opportunity to explore Brighton, Rye and Worthing.
We caught the train from Blackfriars in London on Thursday evening to Brighton and we based ourselves there for three nights there. We spent most of our time in Brighton but did a day trip to Worthing, Rye and Camber Sands.
Olive Grove for dinner – we shared the halloumi, croquetas, calamari and moussaka.
Fika for breakfast for their insane burgers – I would definitely recommend!
After breakfast, I went for a 10km walk to Saltdean.
Murmur for lunch – we shared the squid, panzanella salad, tacos and seafood pasta. It was super delicious and I’d definitely would recommend going here for good service, views and food!
Copper Clam for dinner – we shared the mussels, scallops and fish.
Flint House for lunch – we had an amazing meal here. We shared the sweet corn fritters, croquetas, asparagus and pea agnolotti, calamari, grilled pork zucchini, confit potato and apple tart.
We walked around the harbour and got a Flake 99 to enjoy.
We walked around the cute town of Rye with its cobble stone streets, grabbed breakfast on the go at The Whitehouse.
We then drove down to Camber Sands and chilled by the beach.
It was lovely to get outside of London for the first time in a while and explore the nature and beaches!