Welcome to Castlemans Coach House.
The gorgeous snug has comfy sofas and a fabulous feature fire place.
Restored features marry seamlessly with contemporary furnishings at Castlemans Coach House.
The pretty bedrooms are adorned with lovely linens.
Enjoy the beautiful gardens from the terrace.
Outdoor living at its best.
The gardens are beautifully tendered at Castlemans Coach House.
The snug is perfect for relaxing on the comfy sofas in front of the Smart TV.
The real fire will keep you warm in cooler months.
Elegantly furnished in beautiful soothing tones.
The stylish sitting/dining-room has a warming wood-burner effect gas stove.
The upper gallery adds character to the coach house.
Gather everyone around the fabulous crafted dining-table for a dinner to remember, or perhaps a card game or two.
Looking from the first floor galleried landing to the downstairs living space.
Shop at local farm shops and roadside stalls for the freshest produce.
The kitchen island is the perfect place to sit and chat with the chef.
Cook your holiday dinner on the gas-fired Aga.
The handy utility-room has a washing machine and tumble-drier.
The church welcomes you to traditional village life.
The feature first floor landing. Please take care around the sloping ceiling.
Dual aspect windows let the light flood into bedroom 2.
Throw open the windows and let the birdsong into bedroom 3.
Lovely linens ensure a great night's sleep in bedroom 4.
Bedroom 1 has a cosy double bed.
Sweet dreams.
The ground floor wet-room for a refreshing shower after a busy day.
Bathroom 1 has a bath and separate shower.
Bathroom 2 has a gorgeous free-standing bath with shower attachment.
Castlemans Coach House is a gorgeous holiday abode for extended family and friends.
Sit in the beautiful garden and enjoy the sunshine.
The pretty gardens are yours to explore.
Please take care near the garden pond.
Smell the wonderful scent of roses as you wander through the arches.
The porch is the perfect place for muddy boots.
Listen to birdsong and enjoy the fresh air in the garden.
The gazebo gives shelter from the summer sunshine.
Al fresco dining at its best.
Steps lead to the house and into the garden.
Battle Abbey is a stunning place and you can explore both the abbey and the grounds.
Explore the gorgeous cobbled streets of Rye.
Bodiam Castle is a splendid place to visit.
The dramatic coastline where you can discover miles of beautiful walks. This is Beachy Head with the lighthouse in the distance.
If you are heading to Hertmonceux call in at The Observatory Science Centre in the grounds of the castle.

Castlemans Coach House

5124

2.7 miles NE of Battle / Sleeps 8 + 2 cots*

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

A 14th century traditional pub located in the heart of the pretty village of Sedlescombe. Perfect for anytime of year, with a roaring fire in winter and relaxing beer garden for the summer months.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2023

Mrs McDonough

Very nice food and staff.
Returned for the quiz and pizza night-which was great fun in spite of the power cut!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2023

Great pub

Lovely staff and delicious food.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2022

sunday dinner

lovely pub and staff food is excellent

Nearest beach

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

A long shingle beach with areas of sand at low tide. There's a Victorian pier to visit and Hastings town has traditional seaside attractions. Lifeguards are present during high season and the beach is cleaned daily. Dog restrictions apply and there are dog free zones.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

November 2023

Mrs McDonough

Disappointing visit-very run down

Nearest walk

This four mile walk takes in beautiful countryside and woodland and it's at its best when the bluebells flower in early May. Start at the parish church and follow the details via the link to our friends at highweald.org

Nearest town

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.

Also nearby

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

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.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

October 2022

Excellent Food and Service

We have spent one week in the region and enjoyed two excellent dinners at the Ash Tree Inn. The Burgers and the Fish


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

October 2022

Fab Sunday roast

Great pub for a pint and Sunday lunch. We booked ahead (recommended). Very clean and thoroughly enjoyable roast and generous pudding. Loved it.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2022

Great food

Great food and in a quiet area. Friendly and efficient staff.

Spend an hour or a day in this peaceful woodland. Just outside Battle, there's acres of tracks, perfect for walkers, horse riders and cyclists. Take a look at the Woodland Trust website link for further details.

Abbey Hotel is a gorgeous contemporary bar and restaurant, centrally located and perfect for lunch or dinner. A pretty walled garden is ideal for al fresco dining in summer and the cosy interior welcomes you during cooler months.

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.

Stand on the very spot where King Harold and William the Conqueror fought their famous battle. You can explore the abbey ruins, see the sculpture trail, visit the gatehouse exhibition and if all that sounds exhausting, pop into the Battle Abbey Cafe for refreshments.

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