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The East Sussex village of Robertsbridge through which the River Rother flows has good road and rail links to Hastings in the south and London in the north. The village is famous for the manufacture of cricket bats.
26 Results In Or Near Robertsbridge
0.2 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Robertsbridge Retreat at Cornhill comprises 2 luxuriously furnished self catering apartments converted from an old 1800s Corn Mill, with their own separate entrance, front door & Parking. Sumptuous linens and amenities provided. Upper Apartment: sleeps 5/6; Lower apartment: ground floor, pet friendly, sleeps 2/4 (Plus travel cots as required). The apartments are located in a tucked away, peaceful location in the centre of historic Medieval Robertsbrige, walking distance of the High Street bo...
0.9 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
This rural retreat is situated in the heart of the countryside of East Sussex near the tiny village of Cripps Corner, in the picturesque High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As the name implies, the property is surrounded by woodland and is perfectly located just 10-25 minutes from the tourist orientated towns of Battle, Robertsbridge, Rye, Bodiam, Tenterden, Goudhurst and Tunbridge Wells, and only 15 minutes from the seaside resorts of Hastings and Camber sands. The area is steeped...
1.6 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Disabled access
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Poppinghole Farm Spa is a beautiful spa in a stunning country location. Specialising in Elemis treatments, with highly trained, friendly, professional therapists. Offering relaxing spa days, breaks and treatments.
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1.7 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Free WiFi
Lovers’ Retreat is a secluded cottage that offers a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. It is an ideal retreat for a couple or individual who require a relax
1.7 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Free WiFi
Free Parking
Old Spot is part of a thoughtfully converted Cow Byre. The cottage looks out onto a large patio area – a tranquil place to relax at any time of day.
2.4 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Disabled access
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The white weather board exterior gives the impression of a quaint country pub but the interior reveals something far more sophisticated. The panelled walls are painted in a classy blue-grey and the contemporary chairs are upholstered in brightly striped or in complimentary plain fabrics. The focus of the food is firmly in the modern British camp with an emphasis on good local produce. The menu changes constantly with the season.
4.3 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Dog/Pet friendly
Parking Available
Disabled Access
That's She! The Only She! Make an honest woman of her - quick!' was how Rudyard Kipling described Bateman's when he first saw it. Surrounded by the Sussex Weald, this Jacobean house provided a much-needed sanctuary for this world-famous writer. The rooms remain much as he left them, including the study where he wrote many of his major works.
4.3 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Disabled Access
Parking Available
Bateman's is the charming and fascinating family home of Rudyard Kipling. Nestled in the spectacular Sussex Weald, the house was a haven of peace for the writer and his family. Rooms have been left much as they were when Kipling lived there, and the stunning English gardens surrounding the house are a joy to explore.
4.5 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Parking Available
Disabled Access
In late April/early May Pashley Manor's spectacular Tulip Festival sees this garden, on the border of Sussex and Kent, carpeted with over 30,000 tulips, creating stunning scenes for visitors to enjoy. Tulips are followed by over 100 varieties of roses through June, hundreds of scented lilies, the kitchen garden showcasing an abundance of produce and a blaze of colour provided by hundreds of dazzling dahlias, during the Dahlia Days event in early September. Complemented by a fantastic café...
4.9 miles from centre of Robertsbridge
Disabled Access
Parking Available
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Go back in time and Experience the Battle of Hastings Explore the sight of the infamous Battle of Hastings, 1066. Take a tour the excellent exhibition on the site that explains what happened that fateful day with the help of a CGI film and interactive displays. You'll get a real feel of what England was like back in the 11th century and understand why events led to the battle and what the ramifications of this most famous moment in history were for England. Stand on the very spot wher...
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