South Lodge, Battle Abbey, East Sussex
Located in the grounds of 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield
Sleeps 4
Prices from £350
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Explore the cottage

Living Room

Living Room

Living Room
Living Room
Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen
Fully equipped kitchen
Double bedroom

Double bedroom

Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom
Twin bedroom
Bathroom

Bathroom

Bathroom
Bathroom

Discover Battle Abbey

A gate from the garden  provides access to the battlefield where you will be able to re-trace King Harold's steps as he and his Saxon army faced the Norman invaders. Explore Battle Abbey, built not to celebrate the victory but to atone the horrendous loss of life. Absorb the atmosphere of this pivotal point of History. Stroll through the medieval cloisters, the Victorian walled garden and at the end of the day watch as the sun illuminates the Abbey Gatehouse. 

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Testimonial

The cottage was so warm and welcoming when we arrived and cleaned to a very high standard. The furnishings in the cottage were exceedingly comfortable with fluffy white towels and gorgeous beds. We all enjoyed the board games and books provided and couldn’t have asked for more.
R. Stanyer

December 2019

We thought the Cottage was wonderful and the whole experience was lovely. It was a smashing surprise to get the Card, flowers and Brut for our anniversary. The location was beautiful and such a cosy place to stay. We hope to stay there and/or other English Heritage properties in the future.
M. Salter

October 2019

We stayed for a week to celebrate our Golden Wedding Anniversary. We were thrilled to find a bottle of Prosecco, a card and an orchid plant on our arrival, in addition to the usual wonderful welcome goodies.
H. Gilbert

September 2018

We really enjoyed our stay. The cottage was extremely cosy and comfortable. The welcome pack was great. We loved being able to walk through the gate into Battle Abbey.
P. Collis

August 2019

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