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Cheap Hotels in Battle

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Mill Lane, Whatlington Road
1.7 Miles from the centre

Near Battle Golf Club

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per night from £70
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Netherfield Hill
1.4 Miles from the centre

The Battle Golf Club is located in the Sussex countryside, 2 miles from the historic town of Battle. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Rooms are stylishly furnished in light colours and 19th-century art prints. Rooms feature TVs, hairdryers and bathrooms with walk-in showers. Cooked breakfasts are available each morning and traditional English meals and light snacks are served throughout the day. A range of beverages and cream teas are available at Beauty’s Bar' and the Oliver Reed Bar, both of which have panoramic views of the course. Battle is the site of the 1066 Battle Of Hastings. The beautiful sandy beaches of Hastings are just a 10-minute drive away and free parking is available at the property. The surrounding area offers a wide choice of scenic walks, which feature rare birds, wild deer, flora, and fauna.

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per night from £75
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428 reviews by TrustYou
23 High Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Gardens and Battle Museum of Local History

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per night from £80
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84 High Street
0.2 Miles from the centre

Near Battle Abbey and Battlefield

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per night from £105
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Powdermill Lane
0.9 Miles from the centre

In 150 acres of gardens, park and woodland, PowderMills is a Grade II listed 18th-century country house hotel with an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi, near the historical town of Battle. Offering pet-friendly accommodation and full of character, all rooms are individually furnished and feature en suite bathrooms. The ground floor rooms have direct access to the garden. Powdermills features antiques, log fires, a conservatory and a library. The Orangery is an award-winning restaurant offering a modern English menu. Powder Mills has its own organic farm and a large wine cellar.

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per night from £160
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Sedlescombe Golf Hotel

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203 reviews by TrustYou
Kent Street, Sedlescombe
per night from £75
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Claverton Country House Hotel

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456 reviews by TrustYou
Bluemans Lane

Near Blackhorse Quarry

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per night from £90
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St Benedict's Byre Hotel

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21 reviews by TrustYou
Nashes Farm, Catsfield Road
2.5 Miles from the centre

In Battle

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per night from £95
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Chequers Inn Hotel

Lower Lake

Near Church of St Mary the Virgin

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per night from £100
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Powdermills Country House Hotel

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435 reviews by TrustYou
Powdermill Lane, East Sussex

Near Church of St Mary the Virgin

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per night from £160
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Hotels in Battle

Located in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the town of Battle in East Sussex is a must-visit for anyone looking to combine fun days out with historical interest. In addition to a wide range of museums, galleries and activities, the town was also the site of one of the defining moments in British history – the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

A magnificent abbey embodying a towering legacy

The area in and around Battle is internationally famous as the place where the foundations for today's Britain were first established. Many people know it simply as '1066 Country', alluding to the famous date associated with it. The town is home to the imposing Battle Abbey, built by William the Conqueror on the site of the Battle of Hastings. Rumour has it that the high altar in the Abbey's church is the spot where King Harold himself fell during the fight.

The town is well aware of its historical importance, and not just with regard to its most famous event. The Yesterday's World Museum on the high street, for example, showcases what life was like for local people during the 19th and 20th centuries, and is geared to both adults and children alike. Similarly, the kids will no doubt enjoy the Smuggler's Adventure at St Clement's Caves, just a few minutes down the road in Hastings. This network of caverns brings the history of smuggling in the region to life with its displays and re-enactments – not to be missed.

Outstanding local cuisine

As if that wasn't enough to entice you, Battle also offers a range of delightful pubs and restaurants to whet your appetite. Of particular note is Nobles Restaurant on the high street, which provides its customers with local dishes made with fresh produce. Likewise, the Netherfield Arms has had customers raving about both its food and friendly service. Whichever part of the town you end up in, there's sure to be a stellar dining experience just around the corner from our Battle hotels.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Battle

What are the most booked hotels in Battle?

The best hotels to stay in Battle are George Hotel, Battle Golf Club and The Abbey Hotel.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Battle?

Leeford Place Hotel in Battle offers one night in a double room at the price of £70.

If I want to stay in the center of Battle, which hotels shall I consider?

George Hotel, The Abbey Hotel and Powdermills Country House Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Battle.

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