The Mill House

Address: Pottery Lane, Brede, Battle, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

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

And Finally…….

A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Dec 09, 2014

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... his “woman on board”.

I (Jilly) would like to thank Steve for all the fun and laughter, the calming down, the cooking, help and advise, and the ability to understand me! I would not have missed it for the world Steve. Here’s to the next adventure…on ...

Road trip to Brighton

A travel blog entry by cwsolie on Oct 26, 2014

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Kate and I drove down to Brighton to do some exploring. We arrived in the afternoon and wandered around the city to get our bearings. We toured the royal pavilion which has an interesting history and then walked down to the Brighton pier and walked around the arcades and did ...

Blown Away by Brighton!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Apr 15, 2014

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England has been treating us well, and I have yet another exciting post about our time here in Brighton! We left Bath Sunday morning and made it to Brighton after making a stop in Fareham. We got off the train and at first were surprised with how large the city actually was! We made our way to our hostel and checked into our room which was an eighteen bed mixed dorm. Our bunk beds were stacked in threes and it was such a small room packed ...

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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 ...

A drive to Canterbury and Dover

A travel blog entry by todconnell on Jul 04, 2013

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... since the 6th century ad. As with a lot of old buildings, much of it had been built later or replaced. Some guy who worked there told me that one of the glass windows was made by a Hungarian artist about 50 years ago, and that around that time Disney had many Hungarian artists. Finally we drove out to Dover, which is where you can get a boat across to France. It's a humungous port. There's a big castle there too, which we didn't have time to visit, but look ...