The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
Family friendly and dog welcoming, this pub offers a seasonally changing menu using locally sourced produce. An open fire will warm you in winter and in the summer months you can take advantage of the large garden.
William the Conqueror landed here in 1066 before the historic Battle of Hastings. At the time the harbour was a bustling port but over time the coast has receded and now the local village is over a mile away from the beach. These days the shingle beach is pretty quiet with good views over the channel. Pay and display parking is available nearby and dogs are allowed although restrictions may apply in high season.
The family seat of the Ashburnham family for 400 years, Ashburnham Place is now a christian retreat with grounds which are open to the public free of charge. The gardens were designed by Capability Brown and are a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the peace. The Orangery offers refreshments.
Located just 50 miles from London, this small town was named after the famous Battle of Hastings. These days life is much more tranquil and you'll find a thriving market town with pretty medieval cottages, interesting shops and historic landmarks.
A warm and cozy pub, owned by farmers, with two bars and a restaurant. The small seasonal menu is created using local produce and beef, lamb and pork from the farm. Daily specials are also available.
A pretty traditional pub situated in the heart of the village of Netherfield. With ingle nook fireplace and lovely garden, it's a great place to visit any time of year. The menu is created using local produce and you can choose from the a la carte menu, bar snacks and roast on Sundays.
In the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this 17th century free house offers a warm welcome and traditional good pub grub. You'll find oak beams and an open fire to keep you warm in winter, your dog is welcome and there's plenty of parking.
Battle has an interesting past and this museum gives a fascinating insight into the history of this famous town. A visit here is a must if you are in the area.
A traditional farmers pub serving a traditional menu and real ales. You'll find a real fire to keep you warm in winter and outdoor seating for warmer months.
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