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Salehurst Halt
"We went here on my birthday hoping for a nice pint and a meal as the village was so beautiful and the pub idyllic on the outside. However we walked ..." More

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Salehurst Halt
"I wish more pubs were like this. Salehurst Halt is a small pub in a village near Bodiam Castle. We arrived late on a Sunday for lunch, and ..." More

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The East Sussex village of Robertsbridge may have fewer than 3000 residents, but boasts several claims to fame stretching from ancient history to relatively modern times. It is thought the village grew to serve the Cistercian monastery founded there in the late 12th century, one of its early abbots tasked by Parliament with ransoming Richard the Lionheart. The first abbot, Robert, possibly gave his name to the settlement, although it could be conjectured that Robert is a corruption of Rother, the river on which it stands. Cricketers may recognize the name without knowing why, the explanation being that the Nicolls of bat-makers Grey-Nicolls established a workshop there in 1876, and the company still operates in the village today. And scouts past and present could be aware that Baden-Powell formed the first cub pack there. Once famed for its cannon foundry, Robertsbridge is now a quiet place, though blessed with excellent communications: just off the A21; and on the railway line to London some 75 minutes or so away. The village is undeniably pretty, with no shortage of black and white timber-frame houses dating back to late medieval days, and for those after the rather more spectacular Bodiam Castle is a short distance east, though many visitors will be heading south to Hastings 10 milesí drive from Robertsbridge, or Battle four miles nearer.


Bodiam Castle


White Dog Inn

Pub and Bar

Jack Fullers
New Eight Bells
Salehurst Halt
Seven Stars Inn


Robertsbridge Cars


Bramley Organic Farm
Scragoaks Farm Shop
Sedlescombe Vineyard
Food Fore Thought & Old Hall Rare Breeds

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White Dog Inn (3.28 miles)

White Dog Inn

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Welcome to the White Dog - Ewhurst Green. This lovely country inn is situated in a small village location with fantastic views from the rear garden of Bodiam Castle. As ... More

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Leeford Place Hotel (3.34 miles)

Leeford Place Hotel

Leeford Place Hotel is situated in a beautiful eight acre country setting, the oldest part of the building dating from the fifteenth century and reputed to have once been a Royal Hunting Lodge. On arrival ... More | visit website

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Brickwall Hotel (4.35 miles)

Brickwall Hotel

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The Brickwall Hotel stands overlooking the village green in the pretty East Sussex village of Sedlescombe. Originally built in 1597 for the local ironmaster, the hotel combines a touch of Tudor times ... More

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Kester House Bed & Breakfast (4.43 miles)

Kester House Bed & Breakfast
Kester House is located in the East Sussex village of Sedlescombe at the foot of the Green just a quick walk from its friendly local pub that dates back to the 14th century. In fact, ... More | visit website
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The Royal Oak (4.48 miles)

The Royal Oak

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The Royal Oak is the first ArtHouse Hotel in England. Itís a concept created by Proprietor Janelle Tresidder to bring high quality original art into an English hotel. At the Royal ... More

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George Hotel (4.78 miles)

George Hotel

The 300 year old George Hotel provides comfortable accommodation for visitors to the historic town of Battle. Visit the place where English history changed forever. Walk over the battlefield where William the Conqueror stood.

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Dale Hill Hotel (5.05 miles)

Dale Hill Hotel

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Located in magnificent, historic 1066 English countryside with breathtaking view across the High Weald ridges and valleys you will be surprised and delighted to discover Dale Hill. Dale Hill was recently voted ... More

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Powder Mills Hotel (5.54 miles)

Powder Mills Hotel

The PowderMills is an 18th Century Country House Hotel with 40 en-suite bedrooms in 150 acres of outstanding natural beauty, adjoining the Battlefields of 1066 and Battle Abbey. Twenty years ago, the present owners ... More | visit website

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Claverton Country House Luxury B&B (5.92 miles)

Claverton Country House Luxury B&B

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Claverton House is an Edwardian Country House property situated within secluded and landscaped gardens, located in a country lane position close to the A21offering exceptional accommodation and food. Licensed restaurant ... More

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Claverton Country House (5.92 miles)

Claverton Country House
Claverton House is an Edwardian Property situated within secluded and landscaped gardens. Located in a country lane position close to the A21 in East Sussex. An ideal base to explore the area, steeped in 1066 ... More | visit website

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