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Gardens & Grounds of Herstmonceux Castle
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Postcode: BN27 | code search
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The Horseshoe Inn
"There are several very good pubs in Horstmonceux area and this is not one of them.Visited the pub on 4th.May,and although we booked ahead,the pub was understaffed,only one beer available,of ..." More

The Horseshoe Inn
"Reserved a rm online and tel to confirm rq for quiet rm. Given rm number 10 directly over the function room which had loud music until 01.50 on sunday morning. ..." More

Sundial Restaurant
"A mixed bag. Starters of carpaccio of beef and asparagus soup were fantastic. Main of beef fillet was fine, but the swipe of beetroot puree was a touch too far ..." More

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Situated in the South East of England near Pevensey, Battle and historic Hastings. The magnificent 15th Century Castle is mirrored in a huge Moat, the stunning vision whisks you back in time to Medieval England where Knights and Damsels were seen. The Castle has a Nature Trail, Elizabethan gardens, children’s play area and even a Science Centre. At certain times of the year a Medieval battle occurs where 1,000 Knights and Bowmen lay siege to the castle where Anne Of Cleves visited and smugglers hid their bounty. The church of All Saints whose tower dates back to the 12th Century is a pleasing experience. The village cottages and houses some of date back to the 16th and 17th Centuries is a gift for painters and photographers, the cottage ‘Bedlam’ was the old lunatic asylum. The area is famed for ‘Trug’ making, Queen Victoria was presented with a special Trug made with silver nails at the great Exhibition 1851 and the tradition is still carried out today. Or if windmills are your thing then a visit to the second tallest post mill which was built in 1814 won’t disappoint.

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Gardens & Grounds of Herstmonceux Castle

Doctor

Dr Baker

Inn

The Horseshoe Inn

Pub and Bar

Brewers Arms
The Woolpack
Welcome Stranger

Restaurant

Eastern Promise
Sundial Restaurant

School

Herstmonceux C Of E Primary School

Taxi

Andy Toad
Brians Taxis

Sports Clubs

Herstmonceux CC (Cricket)

Shops

Aspenvale Ltd
Hojo Interiors

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The Horseshoe Inn (0.93 miles)

The Horseshoe Inn

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This hotel is located in the picturesque village of Windmill Hill, overlooking the famous Hertsmonceux Castle and Observatory with spectacular and panoramic views of the Pevensey Levels. The Horseshoe Inn has en ... More

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Stoneacre Lodge Bed and Breakfast (1.04 miles)

Stoneacre Lodge Bed and Breakfast

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A beautifully converted open plan lodge with exposed beams, tastefully decorated in a 'New England' style. Whether you are visiting us ... More
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Cleavers Lyng 16th C Country House (1.38 miles)

Cleavers Lyng 16th C Country House
Cleavers Lyng is a unique grade II listed luxury country house of considerable charm and character dating back to 1577.  A 4 star highly commended, property, privately owned and operated.   The house is situated in ... More | visit website
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Beechcroft (1.51 miles)

Beechcroft

Four luxurious fully equipped detached cottages for 2 to 17 guests in an exquisite setting. Sympathetically converted to an exceptional standard from period farm buildings in a beautiful tranquil position on the edge of the ... More | visit website

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Wartling Place (2.11 miles)

Wartling Place

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Award-winning Georgian country house in heart of Sussex. A distinct countryside residence offering top-quality bed and breakfast accommodation. Each bedroom proudly displays an identity all of its own, some on ... More

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The Corn Exchange (3.41 miles)

The Corn Exchange

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This bed and breakfast offers clean, comfortable accommodation. The Corn Exchange also has a cafe, a bar and restaurant, a traditional real-ale bar, a nightclub and function room.

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Travelodge Hellingly Eastbourne (3.67 miles)

Travelodge Hellingly Eastbourne

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Boship Farm Hotel (4.28 miles)

Boship Farm Hotel

The Boship Farm Hotel is set within 17 acres of beautiful grounds with many features of a lovely 17th century farmhouse forming the core of the hotel. Good food is served in friendly surroundings and ... More | visit website

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May Garland Inn (4.46 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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Pekes (4.97 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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