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Battle - Historical, Cultural and Elegantly Charming

We can recommend several local accommodations for you to stay at if required. Some of them will offer you a discount if you book through us. See below for details. This charming market town grew up around Battle Abbey and takes its name from the famous battle between England's would be rulers William Duke of Normandy and the Saxon King Harold. On 14th October 1066, this area witnessed the most celebrated confrontation to take place on English soil - the Battle of Hastings, an event so significant it completely changed the course of English history. Following the battle William the Conqueror built Battle Abbey - a penance ordered by the Pope for the loss of life incurred in the conflict. Today you can visit the famous English Heritage site 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield and experience the battle through dramatic film, audio tours, interactive exhibits and walking the battlefield. The town subsequently spread beyond the Abbey walls and today offers a diverse mix of attractions, galleries and restaurants waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.

 
         

 

         
  Eco Camp UK   

Eco Camp UK

Offers camping in East Sussex with forest tent pitches, faraway tent pitches and woodland meadow, as well as fully equipped ‘wild Sussex glamping’ bell tents, within the private 2000-acre Beech Estate. The scenic forest campsite is a 20 acre section nestled on the edge of it’s own private 600-acre woodland. Perfect to explore by mountain bike and foot or for children to explore and experience.

 
         

 

         
  Leeford Place   

Leeford Place

A beautiful family-run Hotel situated within the idyllic and historic 1066 Countryside with a picturesque setting and landscaped gardens, it is the perfect place for a relaxing break. Relax in the comfortable lounge bar or the conservatory overlooking the beautiful gardens. A terrace area overlooks the beautiful grounds for warm evening drinks or dining. The restaurant is open for lunch and evening meals with a menu to satisfy all tastes.

 
         

 

         
  Dogwood Yurt   

Dogwood Yurt

Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty It affords glampers and caravaneers, from all over the world, a rare chance to relax in lovely surroundings and a base from which to explore the area's fine beaches, ancient woodlands and rich, historic diversity. We have two cosy, warm abodes for your stay in East Sussex - choose from our stunning Turkmen Yurt or our new, pine Cabin.

 
         

 

         
  St. Benedict's Byre  

St. Benedict's

St Benedict's Byre was built approx 120 years ago and was used as a milking parlour until 1999 when it was converted to become the beautiful property it is today. One part of the property was used for housing the cattle in bad weather and the rest was the parlour itself. Has an expansive, well maintained garden which guests are more than welcome to utilise. The garden backs onto fields resulting in scenic countryside views in all directions. Phone 01424 830747 for info.