West Hoathly is an attractive village on the top of a hill. The centre is preserved as a Conservation Area.
St. Margaret's Church, which celebrated its 900th anniversary in 1990 has a rare terraced churchyard which is evidence of a former vineyard and well worth visiting.
The 15th Century Priest House, with the museum of local history, Olde English Garden and formal herb garden, is open to the public from March until October (Mon-Sat 11am-5.30pm and Sun 2pm-5.30pm).
Gravetye Manor, an Elizabethan manor, now an exclusive first class hotel and restaurant, is set in 30 acres of gardens and surrounded by several thousand acres of woodland. It was once the home of William Robinson, the famous horticulturist.