Crowborough is a small town on the edge of Ashdown Forest that has grown up on and around Beacon Hill, so named for the flaming beacon used in past times to warn London of attacks on England's southern coast. The beacon can still be seen today, beside the running track at Goldsmith's Leisure Centre.
Crowborough is best known for being home to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Crowborough's train station is some distance from the centre of town, in adjacent Jarvis Brook.
The train line goes north to London, and south as far as Uckfield.
Fare and timetable information is available from Southern Trains, tel. 08457 484950.
The centre of Crowborough is very small, and can be covered on foot in quite a short time. As with most other towns in England, the town is well serviced by buses and taxis.
Arriva operates a half hourly 229 service between Crowborough and Tunbridge Wells. Timetables and fares are available on their website. Buy your ticket from the driver when you board the bus. this service does not operate on evenings or sundays
Brighton & Hove opereate an Half Hourly service between Brighton and Tunbridge Wells,with the 29's running straight through Crowborough on the A26 while the 29A diverts and serves Whitehill and Crowborough town centre.  On sundays the service is hourly
Renown Coaches operate local services 271 & 272 on behalf of East Sussex Country Council. This service does not run on evenings or sundays