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Tel code: 01825 | code search
Postcode: BN8 | code search
Population: 400
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Crockstead Hotel and Conference Centre
"Good Points: The postion and surroundings Bad Points: The garden was a little untidy General Review: It was easy to find and easy to use. With a very good breakfast!!!!

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Halland is a small village situated at the crossroad of the A22 (Eastbourne to London) and the B2192 (Heathfield to Lewes) about 6 miles north east of Lewes; it gets its name from Richard ate Halle who had property in the area in the 14th century. Halland had long associations with the Pelham family who built a moated manor house at Halland Place in 1595 and lived there until they moved to Stanmer Park (near Brighton) in 1768; their badge of the "Pelham Buckle" can still be seen in a number of churches and other buildings throughout the area - at the Battle of Poitiers in 1356 Sir John Pelham and Sir Roger de la Warr captured John II, King of France, as a reward Sir John was given the French King`s sword belt buckle - Halland Place was demolished and the building materials re-cycled. Halland had close ties with the Sussex iron industry that flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries, being close to the furnaces at Heathfield and Waldron and the charcoal workings at Blackboys. The village was a stopping point for the oxen teams that were used to haul the finished cannon and other products to Lewes. To the south of the village is a stretch of downland called "Terrible Down", there are two tales about how it got it`s name, the first is that Alfred the Great defeated the Vikings with "great slaughter" on the downs; the second is that the it was here that the remnants of Henry III`s army made a last stand against the pursuing forces of Simon de Montfont after the Battle of Lewes in May 1264 and were massacred.

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Halland Forge Hotel (0.30 miles)

Halland Forge Hotel

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The Halland Forge is a charming country inn set in the heart of Sussex, adjacent to unspoilt woodland. Close to the Sussex Downs and Ashdown Forest, it is an ideal base ... More

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East Sussex National Golf Resort & Spa (1.71 miles)

East Sussex National Golf Resort & Spa

Completed in May 2006, this contemporary Golf and Spa resort boasts two championship 18 holes golf courses, 104 spacious bedrooms all tastefully dressed with both a walk-in shower and bath. Our Health Club and Spa ... More | visit website

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The Roebuck Inn (2.01 miles)

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The Roebuck Inn is family run and has a homecooked, locally sourced menu. Each room has ensuite facilities : Individual key card room entry system : Tea and Coffee facilities ... More

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Horsted Place (2.16 miles)

Horsted Place

Horsted Place is a magnificent Victorian mansion set in delightful grounds with views of the South Downs and overlooking the East Sussex National Golf Club with its two championship courses.

Built in 1850, many of the ... More | visit website

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Decoy Cottage (2.64 miles)

Decoy Cottage

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In a lovely rural situation, close to the South Downs, this very comfortable, single storey cottage lies within grounds boasting a beautiful fishing lake and a charming ... More

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Pekes (4.05 miles)

Pekes

In the grounds of a Tudor (16th Century) Manor House, up a drive of 350 yards with unspoilt views of the Sussex countryside, Pekes offers a unique self-catering holiday. Peaceful, yet close to London ... More | visit website

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Buxted Park Country House (4.08 miles)

Buxted Park Country House

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Located in the heart of Sussex, this magnificent Georgian Palladian mansion is set in 312 acres of parkland, where fallow deer roam free, and has played host to the rich and ... More

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Horseshoes Farm House (4.30 miles)

Horseshoes Farm House

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Set in its own large garden, this delightful 16th century beamed farmhouse, recently refurbished, spacious and very comfortable, sits 100 yards from a village shop and pubs. ... More

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May Garland Inn (4.60 miles)

May Garland Inn
The May Garland Inn in Horam near Heathfield is a traditional family run inn with comfortable modern ensuite bedrooms which offers great Bed and Breakfast accommodation as well as serving great local food freshly cooked ... More | visit website
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Chequers Maresfield (4.93 miles)

Chequers Maresfield

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