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Tel code: 01424 | code search
Postcode: TN33 | code search
Population: 4000
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Medieval Fair

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Annual Craft & Hobby Fair
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Battle of Hastings
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Crazy Lane Touring Park
"NEW OWNERS!!! NOW CALLED MEADOWVIEW PARK This campsite has completely change for the better it is such a lovely little park very friendly, helpful staff, little shop onsite. its well worth ..." More

Squirrel Inn
"Excellent Food & Service. Plenty of space to park and outside area great in the warmer weather.

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Crazy Lane Touring Park
"Very disappointed with this campsite, their website said quiet valley, how wrong they are, the A21 is only a matter of metres away, and at times it felt as though ..." More

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The beautiful town of Battle, so appropriately named, is built around the Abbey which was erected on the site of the Battle of 1066. You can experience an audio tour of the site, see the spot where King Harold fell, watch a spectacular re-enactment, or see a Bayeux Tapestry print at the Museum of Local History.
To celebrate his victory, William built the imposing Battle Abbey. It is maintained by English Heritage, and visitors can now enjoy superb facilities including 'wand' tape-tours, fascinating exhibitions and a shop offering original gifts. You may even see a Norman soldier guarding the gate!
Also set on the battlefield is the 12th Century Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Here you can see a magnificent Romanesque nave, rare 14th Century wall paintings and the stunning Senlac commemorative stain glass window. Within a short walking distance you can discover more fascinating historical facts at the Battle Town Model, set in award winning gardens, at the Almonry.
Today, Battle is a thriving market town featuring Georgian and Mediaeval cottages amongst a host of interesting shops, boutiques, restaurants and tearooms. Experience a more recent living history at the fascinating Buckleys Yesterday's World. Here, you can step back through the ages, and enjoy bygone shops and room settings, displaying all manner of intriguing collectables and antiques.
Attention to detail helps bring the past to life, discover how ordinary people lived, what they bought and how they amused themselves. Everything is presented in a uniquely entertaining and charming fashion.
Battle offers comfortable hotel and B&B accommodation, excellent attractions, delightful tea rooms, period restaurants and historic pubs. It is also the centre of the 31 mile 1066 Country Walk between Pevensey Castle and ancient Rye, with its links to the coast at Bexhill and Hastings

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Fletcher Business Services Ltd
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McPherson & Partners
Mike Robertson Associates Ltd

Attraction

Battle Abbey and Battlefield
Battle Town Model Show and Almonry Gardens
Yesterday's World

Camping

Brakes Coppice Park
Crazy Lane Touring Park

Classes

Yoga - Patanjali Yoga Centre

Cottage

Millers Oast

Dentist

Corner House Dental Surgery
Dental Surgery

Doctor

Dr Elliot-Pyle
Dr Jardine-Brown & Partners
Dr Rice-Oxley & Partners
Ninfield Surgery

Estate Agent

Chris Campbell
Freeman Forman

Golf Club

James Andrews School of Golf

Holiday Park

Crowhurst Park

Inn

George Hotel

Market

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Battle Country Market

Pub and Bar

Abbey Hotel
Chequers
Plough Inn
Senlac
Squirrel Inn
White Hart
Ye Old Kings Head

Restaurant

Abbey Hotel
Blacksmiths
Bonani Tandoori
Cafe Belge
Greens
Nobles Restaurant
Ostlers
Plough Inn
Powder Mills Hotel

Senlac
The Pilgrims
White Hart
Ye Old Kings Head

School

Battle Abbey School

Solicitor

Wykeham Hurford & White

Taxi

Arrow Taxis (Battle) Ltd
Battle Taxis
Chequers Taxis
J J Cars
Town & Country Taxis

Vet

Senlac

Sports Clubs

Battle TTC (Table Tennis)

Shops

Battle House Of Flowers
Whistler Nick
Abbey Green Flowers
Boots
Abbey Pet Foods
Nick Whistler Art & Books
Green & Elliott

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Cobblers Of Battle
Phillips Man Shops Ltd
Coyners & Company
Steamer Trading Cookshop
Battle Health Store
Enigma

Antiques

Barnabys Of Battle
Lavande
Bridge Garage Antiques & Collectables

Places to Stay near Battle

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George Hotel (0.29 miles)

George Hotel

The 300 year old George Hotel provides comfortable accommodation for visitors to the historic town of Battle. Visit the place where English history changed forever. Walk over the battlefield where William the Conqueror stood.

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Powder Mills Hotel (0.73 miles)

Powder Mills Hotel

The PowderMills is an 18th Century Country House Hotel with 40 en-suite bedrooms in 150 acres of outstanding natural beauty, adjoining the Battlefields of 1066 and Battle Abbey. Twenty years ago, the present owners ... More | visit website

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Leeford Place Hotel (1.82 miles)

Leeford Place Hotel

Leeford Place Hotel is situated in a beautiful eight acre country setting, the oldest part of the building dating from the fifteenth century and reputed to have once been a Royal Hunting Lodge. On arrival ... More | visit website

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Kester House Bed & Breakfast (2.32 miles)

Kester House Bed & Breakfast
Kester House is located in the East Sussex village of Sedlescombe at the foot of the Green just a quick walk from its friendly local pub that dates back to the 14th century. In fact, ... More | visit website
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St Benedicts Byre B&B (2.34 miles)

St Benedicts Byre B&B
St Benedict's Byre was built approximately 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 ... More | visit website
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Brickwall Hotel (2.38 miles)

Brickwall Hotel

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The Brickwall Hotel stands overlooking the village green in the pretty East Sussex village of Sedlescombe. Originally built in 1597 for the local ironmaster, the hotel combines a touch of Tudor times ... More

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Sedlescombe Golf Hotel (2.54 miles)

Sedlescombe Golf Hotel

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Sedlescombe Golf Hotel is set in Beautiful 1066 countryside. Nine holes of golf included in the price of a room. The Golf Hotel sits right next to the first and tenth ... More

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Bannatyne Spa Hotel (2.69 miles)

Bannatyne Spa Hotel

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Set amid 38 acres of woodland and gardens, 3 miles away from the historic towns of Hastings and Battle in East Sussex, the hotel is an ... More
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Claverton Country House Luxury B&B (2.71 miles)

Claverton Country House Luxury B&B

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Claverton House is an Edwardian Country House property situated within secluded and landscaped gardens, located in a country lane position close to the A21offering exceptional accommodation and food. Licensed restaurant ... More

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Claverton Country House (2.71 miles)

Claverton Country House
Claverton House is an Edwardian Property situated within secluded and landscaped gardens. Located in a country lane position close to the A21 in East Sussex. An ideal base to explore the area, steeped in 1066 ... More | visit website

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