Crowhurst Park is situated in the heart of 1066 country, just two miles from the historic site where William the Conqueror defeated King Harold over 950 years ago. You can stand on the very site where this decisive struggle was fought, and England’s future was decided.
There’s 30 miles of coast to explore, from golden sands, pebble beaches and soaring sandstone cliffs.
You can discover our fascinating castles, from the ruins of Hastings and Pevensey to the storybook romance of Bodiam and Herstmonceux, each with its own story.
For the more energetic you can get physical with glorious cycle routes and adrenalin pumping water sports, or enjoy a fun filled day at an adventure park. Walkers can enjoy the 1066 Country Walk, the 31 mile route starts at Pevensey and end at Rye, taking in Battle along the way.
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve plays host to a vast array of wildlife. A network of paths lead to 5 birdwatching hides, 3 of which are wheelchair accessible.
Nearby you can also enjoy golf, horse riding, wonderful walks, angling, steam locomotives, caves, museums and theatres before returning to the comfort of your lodge.
In 1066 Country there are so many things for you to enjoy all year round – you can find out more at www.1066country.com
You can be sure of one thing – you’ll never be short of things to do in 1066 country.
Crowhurst Park, Telham Lane,
Battle, East Sussex TN33 0SL