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Smallest town in England, an unspoilt quiet and relaxing resort, positioned on a hill with views over Winchelsea beach. With three Medieval entries into the town, once a thriving centre of trade and scenes of bloody battles. Now luckily the battles have ended, and the surrounding landscape of green valleys, wooded hills and meandering river are a lot quieter. St Thomas The Martyr church has battle scars and shows evidence of past conflicts in the 15th Century when attacked by French raiders. With many local treasures to be discovered such as the museum which is in one of the oldest buildings, the lower floor was once a gaol, and upstairs the Museum exhibits maps, models and artefacts. With a 15th Century tea room and the famous 1066 walk that runs right through the centre, to the pretty River Brede that flows past the north end of the town. If the call of the sea beckons you, then Winchelsea beach whether swimming or windsurfing is ready and waiting. Close by is Rye Village with itís delightful harbour, Camber Castle, which was originally known as Winchelsea Castle and built by Henry V111. This historical wonder is waiting to be rediscovered.

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Court Hall Museum
Winchelsea Beach

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The Lodge at Winchelsea *book online*

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St Thomas

Doctor

Dr Ferguson & Partners
Dr Majeed & Partner

Inn

New Inn

Pub and Bar

Bridge Inn
Pub 31
Queens Head
Ship Inn

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St Thomas C of E Primary School

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Agripal Enterprises

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New Inn (0.16 miles)

New Inn

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This former 18th century coaching house is situated in the heart of the historic town of Winchelsea, on the edge of the Sussex Downs.

Dating from 1778, the inn still retains many ... More

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Strand House (The) (0.28 miles)

Strand House (The)
The Strand House offers real hospitality and a warm welcome. Full of atmosphere, oak beams, inglenooks and without a level floor or wall, the ten bedrooms have their own individual charm. A traditional ... More | visit website
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The Lodge at Winchelsea (0.59 miles)

The Lodge at Winchelsea
The Lodge at Winchelsea is situated in the heart of beautiful Sussex countryside.

Having recently undergone a complete transformation The Lodge at Winchelsea now offers the ideal venue for all occasions. All of our 28 rooms have been newly ... More | visit website
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The Old Vicarage (1.52 miles)

The Old Vicarage

The Old Vicarage is a charming Georgian house in the heart of 1066 country close to the historic Cinque Ports of Rye 5m Winchelsea 2m and Hastings Old Town 6m and some fantastic beaches at Camber Sands ... More | visit website

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Manor Farm Oast (1.70 miles)

Manor Farm Oast
Welcome to the Manor Farm Oast, which was Built in 1860, Manor Farm Oast is set in the middle of a working orchard and is ideally situated for quiet breaks and walking.It has been thoughtfully ... More | visit website
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River Haven Hotel (1.91 miles)

River Haven Hotel
A Warm welcome awaits you at the River Haven Hotel & Restaurant. This recently built comfortable Hotel of 22 en-suite rooms in the Ancient town of Rye situated on the Strand Quay over looking the ... More | visit website
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The Ship Inn (1.99 miles)

The Ship Inn

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In the centre of the small, charming town of Rye, the Ship is a modern take on the traditional English inn - a cosy pub, rich in original character, with simple, ... More

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Hope Anchor (2.04 miles)

Hope Anchor

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This mid-18th century former inn offers a unique range of accommodation, arresting views and a strong sense of history. Built around 1750 for local sailors and ship builders, the building is thought ... More

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Simmons of Rye Guest House (2.06 miles)

Simmons of Rye Guest House
Located in the heart of Rye and in close proximity to restaurants and pubs, the rooms are in a wonderful building built in 1520, complete with oak beams, sloping floors, and an inglenook fireplace.

There ... More | visit website
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Mermaid Inn (2.07 miles)

Mermaid Inn

From a picturesque cobbled street, step back in time to experience the unique atmosphere of one of England's oldest and loveliest inns. (The Mermaid's doors had been open 150 years when Queen Elizabeth I visited ... More | visit website

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