Sedlescombe Golf Club is located in the heart of 1066 country, three miles from the famous Battle Abbey, built on the site of the Battle of Hastings. When you're not playing golf, you may explore the historic town of Battle, shop in the medieval streets of Rye or stroll along the renowned sandy beaches at Camber.
Bodiam and Herstmonceux Castles are an easy drive. or visit Batemans, the home of Rudyard Kipling, where he created such classic works as 'The Jungle Book'. For a definitive look at attractions in the local area of Battle, Hastings, St. Leonards, Bexhill, Rye, Winchelsea, Camber and Pevensey, visit the Rother District's website at www.1066country.com
Blue Reef Aquarium - Situated at the end of Rock-A-Nore Road in Hastings historic old town, the Blue Reef Aquarium is great visit whatever the weather. Our displays will take you on an undersea tour; from the British coastline to faraway tropical reefs and lots more in between.
Yesterdays World - Journey back in time at award winning Battle tourist attraction and social history museum, Yesterday's World. Over 100,000 nostalgic artefacts on 4 exciting floors set in a charming medieval house and country garden the whole family will enjoy.
The Kent & East Sussex Steam Railway - The Kent & East Sussex Railway weaves a picturesque route through the rolling countryside of the Weald through to the open tranquility of the Rother Valley where the line terminates just a stone's throw from the National Trust castle at Bodiam. Beautifully restored coaches dating from Victorian times to the 196o's and operational steam locomotives built as early as 1872 easily combine to recreate many a timeless era. A visit to our website will evoke a sense of nostalgia but to discover the experience of travel and service from a bygone age a visit to the K&ESR is essential.
Carr Taylor Vineyard - The area under vine cultivation is thirty-seven acres, with varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Bacchus, Kerner, Schonburger and many other varieties providing a magical blend of old and new vines. The vineyard surrounds the old family Victorian Manor House, with its modern winery and visitor centre in the picturesque heart of the Sussex countryside.
Herstmonceux Castle - Herstmonceux is renowned for its magnificent moated castle, set in beautiful parkland and superb Elizabethan gardens. Built originally as a country home in the mid- 15th - century, Herstmonceux Castle embodies the history of Medieval England and the romance of Renaissance Europe. Set among carefully maintained Elizabethan gardens and parkland, your enchantment begins with your first sight of the castle as it breaks into view.
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