Things to see and do - Battle
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It was at the top of Battle Hill that the Normans won the famous Battle of Hastings, on 14 October 1066, against the English Army of King Harold. You can see the remains of the commemorative abbey built by William the Conqueror. The small village standing at the foot of the hill was built to serve the abbey and was named Battle in honour of the event.
Tourist attractions Battle : Things to see and do
The imposing but graceful mass of the 14C Gatehouse, battlemented and richly decorated, dominates the humble buildings on the market place. Most of the great Benedictine abbey was destroyed with the Dissolution of the Monasteries although its outline..
From the terrace walk, there is a commanding view of the vast site where the most decisive of English battles was fought. It was on this ridge that Harold deployed his men after their exhausting forced march from York. On the far side of the swampy v..
Sedlescombe Golf Club, Kent Street GB - Sedlescombe TN33 0SD
Set in beautiful countryside, Sedlescombe Golf Hotel is next to Sedlescombe Golf Club. Each stay includes a 9-hole round of golf on the par-3 course. Sedlescombe Golf Hotel has luxury bedrooms with spacious en suite bathrooms and twin basins. All ro..
Netherfield Hill GB - Battle TN33 0LH
The Battle Golf Club is located in the Sussex countryside, 2 miles from the historic town of Battle. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and a restaurant. Rooms are stylishly furnished in light colours and 19th-century art prints. Rooms feature ..
Sedlescombe GB - Sedlescombe TN33 0QA
With leafy gardens, an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant, The Brickwall Hotel offers cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is situated in the pretty East Sussex village of Sedlescombe. Set in a Tudor building, the spacious rooms at The Br..