The Mill House

Address: Pottery Lane, Brede, Battle, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pottery Lane, Brede, Battle, is near Battle Abbey and Battlefield, Camber Beach, Fishermen's Museum, and Smugglers Adventure.
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Travel Blogs from Battle

Blustery Brighton

A travel blog entry by tonezf on Oct 16, 2014

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Down by the seaside is a city of quaint colourful houses, independent coffee shops, cyclists and arty-***** types. Trina and I grab coffees and delicious Venezuelan pulled pork buns and head to the pier where there are multiple boring coin games. Sigh. There is a sand castle exhibit on and we stumble across a Maori a long way from home. Out at the Devils dyke, a short bus from Brighton sits a pub atop a hill. After a few beers we make our way back to ...

Go the All Blacks!

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jun 14, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... loved the quaint streets with the old buildings. As it was now my turn to feel not so well we cut our visit short and headed back to the van.

Our stay for the night is fairly close to Dover at a place called Hythe ready for a morning departure to France. Geoff is outside now putting stickers on the headlights ready for driving on the other side of the road.

Early night for me I'm afraid. Hope I'm feeling better ...

Lunch at the Queen's Place

A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 01, 2013

11 photos

... fixed on shields to the ceiling of St Georges Hall and hangs on flags over the Quire of the chapel. The chapel is very much a working church opened for prayer and worship three times a day, every day of the week and has its own Dean. On the train back to our sardine can accommodation in Finchely I was reflecting on the stark contrast between the common classes and the ruling elite. The Queen embodies the nationhood of England and indeed the British empire ...


A travel blog entry by aandjwanderers on Sep 11, 2013

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Corsa the car turned east and headed for Rye today. Rye is one of two "Antient Towns" that supported the "Cinque Ports" established in 1155. The first stop in our walkabout was the corner cafe that was offering 3 sausage rolls for £2, yum, yum. An al fresco lunch on a bench in a cobblestone lane followed watching the world go by. We wandered the high street and ended at the gate to the city. Then it was ...

To Brighton Pavilion

A travel blog entry by jannettek on Apr 20, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... take one down to the beach and wide paths at various levels. No greenery, but there is not much of this in this coastal region.

We had lunch in the Bath Arms, a pub quite near to the Pavilion. We are choosing food we haven’t eaten before when we can, so we had Parma Wrapped Loin of Rabbit ...