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For those planning a holiday, there are many attractions in this beautiful part of East Sussex with important historical significance, including the Battle of Hastings in 1066, which took place in the picturesque town of Battle. Rye is famous for its pretty cobbled streets and maritime maze of Medieval and Georgian buildings. Beautiful Camber Sands and the Romney Marsh are just beyond Rye and there are several National Trust properties including the magnificent fairytale castle of Bodiam (only 3 miles away) and Rudyard Kipling’s house, Batemans, in the quiet village of Burwash. A steam railway runs from the beautiful town of Tenterden to Bodiam. Europe’s largest beach-launched fishing fleet can be seen in the attractive Old Town of Hastings. For garden lovers, Sissinghurst, Great Dixter, Pashley Manor and Merriments Gardens are within a short distance.

1066 Map

TownsPubsNational Trust
BattleThe White Hart, Cripps CornerBodiam Castle
RyeThe Cross Inn, StaplecrossBatemans
TenterdenThe White Dog, Ewhurst GreenScotney Castle
HastingsThe Castle Inn, BodiamSmallhythe Place
Great DixterThe Curlew, BodiamBodiam
Pashley ManorThe Wild Mushroom, WestfieldBattle Abbey
SissinghurstThe Brickwall Hotel, SedlescombeHerstmonceux
Merriments GardensHastings
Scotney CastlePevensey

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