The Roost is a fabulous apartment, perfectly situated in the centre of Battle overlooking The Abbey.
Oh so dreamy, the double bedroom is a delight.
The view from the double bedroom is magical.
Dine in or eat out, The Roost is in such a great location you'll have lots of choices.
The kitchen has everything you will need.
The terrace is the perfect place for morning coffee or perhaps an evening aperitif.
Welcome to The Roost.
Lovely furnishings throughout.
Simply gorgeous, the sitting-room is light and bright with characterful beams and wide sash windows to take in the amazing view.
Sit at the desk and write a postcard, or perhaps catch up if work calls.
Relax after a busy day exploring the delights of East Sussex.
Holiday treats!
This characterful abode is furnished beautifully with contemporary style and flair.
The terrace leads off the kitchen, ideal for al fresco dining.
Shop for the freshest of produce at one of many local farm shops and cook up a holiday meal to remember.
Oodles of charm and character here.
Set over two floors, stairs lead to the two bedrooms and family bathroom.
The turning staircase leads to the upper floor.
The gorgeous double bedroom has a king-size bed and mesmerising view.
Breakfast in bed? Why not, you are on holiday.
What a view!
A corner for a quiet read perhaps!
The luxurious bathroom for a long soak after a day of adventures.
The cutest bedroom ever! Children will love this twin room which looks like it belongs in a fairy tale.
Luxury linens ensure a great night's sleep.
Catch the sun's rays on the patio.
Battle is a pretty East Sussex town, steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The Abbey is a partially ruined Benedictine Abbey, kept in pristine condition by English Heritage.
Head to the coast for invigorating walks and stunning scenery. This is the lighthouse at Beachy Head.
Pevensey Castle is one of many historic monuments worth a visit.
Eastbourne has a stunning Victorian pier, home to a cafe, tea-rooms and a variety of shops.
East Sussex have beautiful scenery to enjoy year round.
The South Downs has miles of open countryside, perfect for walkers and cyclists.

The Roost

4912

Battle / Sleeps 4 + cot* (no children from 1 to 5)

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7 Nights from £860

The Roost is simply stunning with the most amazing views of Battle Abbey. This luxury accommodation is perfect for families or friends looking to enjoy the delights that Battle has to offer.

In a fabulous location close to all amenities and in 1066 country, you are surrounded by beautiful walks, and only a short distance from a mainline train station with direct links to London. The Roost really is the ultimate getaway for any time of year.

As you enter the property you step into a beautifully furnished open plan kitchen/dining room. Create a delicious meal in the newly fitted kitchen and enjoy holiday meals whilst you enjoy each other's company around the dining-table and plan tomorrow's adventures. Double doors open to a sun-trap balcony, a nice spot for a morning coffee or al fresco dining.

Move to the sitting-room with its lovely sumptuous carpets and relax on one of the comfortable sofas either to watch a film, read a book or play a board game.

A turning staircase leads you to the upper landing where there is a modern family-bathroom with shower above. To the front of the apartment is the main bedroom with views of the Abbey and a gorgeous king-size double bed dressed in luxury linens for that comfortable night's sleep.

The second bedroom is full of character with a pitched ceiling, exposed beams and has two quality single beds which provides a delightful room for children to sleep in.

If family and friends wish to join you, they can book The Abbey Nest (4911) (sleeps two) next door.

Babes in arms under six months old are welcome at The Roost.

Battle town is filled with a plethora of independent shops and businesses including local butchers, organic produce shops, boutique shops, tea rooms, takeaways and several pubs and restaurants.

Take a wander around the Market Square or visit the ruins and battlegrounds of Battle Abbey. In the centre of the roundabout is a striking sculpture by Guy Portelli, depicting a Norman soldier on horseback, the sculpture was installed in 2016 to commemorate the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings.

At the northern end of the High Street is the Almonry, originally built in 1090, which houses the Battle Museum of local history. Here you'll find the world's oldest Guy Fawkes, or at least his head which is made of pear wood and his silk cloak. Thought to be more than 200 years old, he is still in active service and leads the Battel Bonfire Boyes on their fiery procession through the town each November.

Just outside the town, pathways and cycle tracks etch the landscape, taking you to places as peaceful as anywhere in southern England. Take a visit to Battle Great Wood, over 200 acres of mainly coniferous woodland and heath with meandering streams and wide, well-managed paths perfect for walking and cycling. These woodlands are home to deer, badgers, birds such as the nightjar, tree pipit and crossbills, and many common butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies. In spring you'll find carpets of bluebells and wood anemones, and in autumn the forest floor hosts weird and wonderful fungi.

The 1066 Country Walk runs through the wood, marking the path William the Conqueror took with his invading army of Norman troops after landing at Pevensey. It continues to Winchelsea and Rye, spanning 31 miles in total.


First Floor

Entrance hall

Hall

Sitting-room with Smart TV

Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, microwave and fridge with ice-box

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower WC and wash-basin


Second Floor

Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')


Please note there is a flight of stairs to the entrance of The Roost. The twin room has a pitched roof and the main bedroom has a sloping ceiling. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Parking on road and car park (175yds distant)
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 10 yds
  • Patio furniture
  • Full gas-fired CH