Peter Dunn prepares personal itineraries for visitors to see their choice of attractions throughout the South East at whatever speed they wish to conduct their tour.
For the less energetic, guests can sit and relax in the Summer House and enjoy the views of the woods and lakes beside the "Hot" Herbaceous Border and the Rose Garden, or walk round the large 1728 walled and brick pathed herb, vegetable and fruit garden, tasting the Raspberries, Gooseberries, Tayberries, Wine Berries and Strawberries, and visit the Greenhouses and the Orchard, or cross the Bottom Park for a walk in our woods.
Driven Pheasant Shooting from 250 birds upwards can be arranged on the 1000 acre estate from the end of October to the end of January for eight /nine Guns with Accommodation, Dinner and Full Cooked Breakfast. It is possible to take the whole Hotel exclusively for a Shooting Party by arrangement.
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Of Special Interest are:
Battle Abbey, 8 miles away at Battle, built by the Norman William the Conqueror on the site of his victory over the Saxon King Harold in 1066. The Battle and the Battleground are explained by mobile radios.
Castles and other interesting places
Batemans, Rudyard Kipling's Elizabethan Ironmaster's house, preserved as he left it
Charleston Farmhouse, used by the Bloomsbury Group
Chartwell, Sir Winston Churchill's home
Royal Pavilion at Brighton