Flackley Ash Hotel And Restaurant

Address: Peasmarsh, East Sussex, England, TN31 6YH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Peasmarsh, is near St. Mary's Parish Church, Great Dixter House & Gardens, Rye Castle Museum, and Lamb House.
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    Travel Blogs from Peasmarsh

    Goodbye to Tess - Hello Freddie, Billie & Deely

    A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Aug 12, 2015

    4 photos

    ... from August 13-22. With our meeting scheduled for the afternoon and plenty of time up our sleeve, we detoured to Brighton for a quick drive along the beach past the famous Brighton Peer then on to the Brighton Marina Village for lunch.

    Our house-sit is about a one drive east of Brighton and just slightly inland between the coastal towns of Eastbourne and Hastings. We found the correct lane with no problem, however because the councils around here name their ...

    Day 2 Ightham Mote and Hever Castle

    A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 07, 2015

    14 photos

    ... into flats. Three local men banded together to save the house purely for love of it: William Durling, John Goodwin and John Baldock. They paid £5,500 for the freehold, confident that some other, richer, benefactor would emerge. In 1953, the house was purchased by Charles Henry Robinson, of Portland, Maine, a bachelor. He could stay for only fourteen weeks a year for tax reasons. He made many urgent repairs, and partly refurnished it with 17th-century English pieces. ...


    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 14, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... was restored in 1660 using bits of the original stained glass found in the cathedral after Oliver's lads had done their wrecking thing. Walked around the centre of town with its magnificent old Elizabethan and Regency buildings lining the main streets and square. Also a big statue of King Knut, a Dane who was king 1016-35. Lunch, then back to car and on eastwards. Made good progress along the motorway and across to Chichester but progress slowed once we ran out ...

    Amazing what you can do with €11 ...

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Apr 28, 2014

    1 comment, 87 photos

    ... the queue round the block hoping to get tickets on spec was endless.
    Having been terribly clever and bought tickets online, we joined a queue that only went half the way round the building and we doubted whether we actually would get in at 1pm, as organised. However, it was very well organised and it was just after 1pm when we got through the gates.
    Those people without tickets would have a 3-4 hour wait.

    *looks smug*

    The door is still brilliant... ...

    Episode 4 - the close of our UK leg

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 15, 2013

    7 comments, 12 photos

    ... brought the history to life. Well,... that was Friday,.. and ...