St Benedicts Byre

Nashes Farm, Catsfield Rd, Crowhurst, Battle, East Sussex, England, TN339BU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nashes Farm, Catsfield Rd, Crowhurst, Battle, is near Battle Abbey and Battlefield, De La Warr Pavilion, and Windmill Hill Tennis & Golf Academy.
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    Travel Blogs from Battle

    Mini Golf + Captain America

    A travel blog entry by lea.lenk on Aug 08, 2014

    The first week in England ends...
    In Activity we were going to Mini Golf, it was very funny, because it was Pirates Mini Golf ;) But I must say: German Mini Golf is better, itīs more interesting and difficult...
    At the lessons we were watching "Captain America", now we have to write a review of 300 words for the movie....

    Brighton Day Out

    A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on May 25, 2014

    23 photos

    A beautiful sunny autumn day in England deserves a beach side day trip!

    A group of 6 expat Aussies; Abby, Amanda, Brad, Josh, Kate and I made our way on the coach to the sea for the day. Meandering the lane ways and markets, sitting on the pebble beaches and for the crazy others, jumping in the 10degree ocean for a swim!

    The day wouldn't be complete without a trip to the funfair on the pier and an off licence session in the park! What a perfect Sunday!

    30th Oct to 1st Nov - With the Lumley's

    A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Oct 30, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... was quite funny watching everyone’s hair almost stand on end. As we stepped outside of the castle it had started raining again so we took refuge in the shop and had a short browse.

    In the castle grounds there are tunnels that can be explored which were built during the Napoleonic Wars. We did a tour of one of the sections of the tunnels. They were also the location for the incredible recovery of over 300 000 soldiers from Dunkirk during the second world war ...

    And this one's for Logan, and my niece Dianne.

    A travel blog entry by inge.thornton on Nov 03, 2012

    ... I should write a few words about the placement, but I wasn't really there long enough to give it a fair assessment. This was another HelpExchange rather than a wwoof. (My previous HelpX was in Auchenblae.) The principle’s the same – work in return for food and
    accommodation – but the work can involve anything. This was ...

    It's time for the 2011 adventure to end...

    A travel blog entry by katie_garnham on Dec 01, 2011

    16 photos

    ... so slightly strange.

    I keep looking around but nothing has changed.... maybe its me who has.... its weird not to be out doing something, chatting to random people, good, bad and different!!! (oh and strange!)

    Time seems to have stood still back home and within minutes of being back it almost felt as if I had never been gone. I thought at least after months and months of travelling it would take a little longer!!!!

    The last week in ...