PowderMills Country House Hotel

Powdermill Lane, Battle, TN33 0SP, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Battle

Will Shakespeare

by Mariajoy

In The Pilgrims Bar/Restaurant I found an old squishy armchair with this quirky detail of The Bard himself, carved in oak! So much history for one tiny town (but I don't think Mr Shakespeare ever came here :))

The 1066

by Mariajoy

This warm friendly pub on Battle High Street is a great place for meeting up with friends and having a drink or a meal. They do a really good choice of food here, the menu is varied and frequently changes so pop in if you are visiting the town. They also do vegetarian options - the veggie sausage and mash dinner at £6.95 is particularly fabulous!

Remember Remember the 5th of November!

by Mariajoy

.... Gunpowder, treason and plot!!!!

Battle holds the oldest bonfire night in the country - A massive do with one of the most amazing display of fireworks I think I have seen. As stunning as the firework displays are, it seems like a real waste of money to celebrate something that happened over 400 years ago and holds no relevance today - but it's so deeply entrenched in local tradition nothing will change it now!

Decent locals pub.

by planxty

If you don't really fancy the rather touristy haunts in the Main Street of Battle, you oculd do worse than pop in here for a drink. It seems to be rather more locally orientated than most places in the village, and was indeed recommended to me by a local.

there's nothing particularly special about it, but service is friendly, and the surroundings pleasant. there is a nice patio area for sitting out. It seems to be child friendly.

A word of warning, though. Whilst I didn't eat there myself, the food prices looked rather steep, even for this area.

If you want to find it, it is in Lower Lake. Walk past the Abbey towards the Railway Station, it's on the right at the junction of the A2100.

The windmill at Caldbec Hill

by Airpunk

If you have heard or read about a windmill in Battle, you probably want to visit it. Or perhaps you are too lazy to go there as it is - looking from the abbey - at the other end of the town. Anyway, you should know that this mill stand on private ground and is therefore not accessible to the public. If you want to follow the "Battle town trail" and see it or if you have another reason to do so, follow Mount Street and look out for the sign you see on the second picture. Although you can see the windmill from a distance, it is not very easy to find the path leading to it and also the sign is quite hidden.

The windmill stands on top of Caldbec Hill, which is said to be the place where Harold Godwinson gathered his troops before entering the battle at Senlac Hill.

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