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Places of Interest

There is always plenty to see and do near Senlac Wood - the area has caves, golf, horse-riding, fishing, seaside attractions, shopping, castles and monuments, some fabulous walking country and much more. Here is just a small selection. Click the pictures to open links in a new window.

Battle Abbey

On 14 October 1066 an army of invading Normans defeated the English at the Battle of Hastings in East Sussex. Now the whole family can discover the exciting story of that fateful day at the very place it happened. (Photo © English Heritage


Batemans, the home of Rudyard Kipling

Batemans, Burwash (home of Kipling)

Surrounded by the wooded landscape of the Sussex Weald, this 17th-century house (now owned by the National Trust), provided a much needed sanctuary to this world-famous writer. (Photo © National Trust


Northern Chief departing from Dungeness on 14th April 2003

Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway

The Railway is probably best known for its superb fleet of one-third full size steam and diesel locomotives. All of the steam locomotives were built between 1925 and 1937.


Rye

Rye

Perched on a hill, overlooking the River Rother and Romney Marsh, this ancient town is the sort of place you thought existed only in your imagination.


Discover Hastings

Discover Hastings

Smugglers caves, the Blue Reef Aquarium and Hastings Castle - 3 great atrtractions - one fantastic family day out.


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Yesterday's World, Battle

Step back in time on an incredible journey, going back over 100 years, at this award winning museum attraction. Yesterday's World is in the historic market town of Battle right in the heart of 1066 Country.


Wylands fishing centre

Wylands International Angling Centre

Wylands has 10 fantastic fishing lakes for the specialist, match or pleasure angler, great facilities, plus friendly, expert advice.

Senlac Wood Campsite, Catsfield Road, Battle, East Sussex TN33 9LN
Tel: 01424 773969 - Email: enquiries@senlacwood.co.uk