The George Hotel

23 High Street, Battle, TN33 0EA, GB
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Travel Tips for Battle

Must See

by Kate000000

I stayed in Battle for three and a half months and they were the most amazing months of my life. It's a great little town with lots to do in or around it. It's only an hour and a half from London, and there are lots of other towns around, like Eastbourne! Battle and the towns and cities of East Sussex are a must! The pubs in Battle were awesome, they knew me as the canadian, and always had fun nights out at them.

Battle Bonfire Night

by Mariajoy

Battle Bonfire Boyes are the oldest bonfire society in the country with records showing that the first celebration of the execution of Guy Fawkes after his failed attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament over 400 years ago, was held in 1686.The display in Battle tonight cost over £12,000 - (a lot of money just to send up in smoke, but there we are).

On the night of the bonfire various groups of Bonfire Boyes from around the country come to Battle and hold a procession through the town with flaming torches and drums and a variety of costumes and are met the field at the back of the Abbey by the huge awaiting crowd. They light the bonfire and later the really quite impressive fireworks display takes place. The whole evening is free to visitors but they will be asked for a donation on exiting the field.

Check the website for more history and information about the Story of Guy Fawkes and the 5th November.

The battle town trail

by Airpunk

Many visitors just come to see the battlefield and the abbey and continue their tour. But if you have some time, take a small walk around this beautiful old town. For that, I would like to recommend the "Battle town trail". You can download and print out a brochure that points out special buildings in the old town or other places of interest. These places are marked with a special sign, so that you can be sure that you are standing on the right spot.

Don't expect nothing especially exciting, but some nice old buildings in a little old town. It is a nice way to finish your trip to Battle before returning to Hastings, London or wherever you come from.

Walk the Battle fields

by Mariajoy

Battle is surrounded by the beautiful Sussex countryside. Many people have heard of the Battle of Hastings (1066) but the actual place where William conquered Harold's Saxon army is a few miles from Hastings in the fields around Battle. There are sooo many lovely walks here. Pick up a map/leaflet about the local walks in the Battle Tourist Information office in the High Street. There are short walks and much longer hikes! So take a flask and some sandwiches and walk the ancient battle fields - you never know what you might find!!

Waiting for a train?

by planxty

If you have a few minutes to spare whilst waiting for a train or even fancy a pint before taking on the rigours of the tourist trail, there is a pub fairly near the train station called the Senlac Inn. It's nothing remarkable, although clean and friendly enough.

There is a Thai restaurant within the premises, if you fancy that kind of cuisine, although I didn't eat there, so I can't vouch for the standards.

the address is Station Approach, Battle, TN33 0DE.

As I said, I found the place clean enough, but whilst researching this tip I did find the following webpage attached below.. Admittedly, it's a couple of years old and I believe the place has changed hands, but I though it only fair to include it.

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