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(Excluding Special Events, Bank Holidays, Easter, Christmas and New Year. Single Occupancy Mini Breaks are available.)

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A peaceful secret escape that we know you will always want to return to!

The Green, Sedlescombe, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0QA

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We offer fantastic Mini Break rates for stays of two nights or more as well as special packages for Christmas and New Year.

The parish is in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The River Brede and its tributary the River Line flow through it; Powdermill Reservoir is on its eastern boundary. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 1,476.[2]

St John's parish is now part of the Benefice of Sedlescombe with Whatlington.[9]

New Year packages are inclusive of Dinner, Bed and Breakfast with a special Gala Dinner Dance on New Years Eve. Live entertainment is provided and a spectacular fireworks display at the end of the night.

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The hotel is situated just off the A21 that connects London to Hastings within easy reach of Hastings, Rye, Tenterden, Tunbridge Wells and the M25.

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Our very experienced General Managers Giulio Pontecorvo and Tania Pollio would be delighted to meet with you to discuss your specific requirements and to personalise your special occasion from our range of superb menus.

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The Church of England parish church of St John the Baptist has a 15th-century Perpendicular Gothic nave, north aisle and west tower. The present chancel, south aisle and south porch were added in 1866–74 as part of a restoration by Norman and Billing. The chancel's north and south windows have stained glass made by CE Kempe in 1890.[6] The building is Grade II* listed.[7]

Sedlescombe has a 15th-century pub, the Queen's Head Inn,[13] that is now a gastropub.[14] There is also an hotel[15] and a bed and breakfast guest house.[16]

For a minimum stay of two nights the offer includes dinner, breakfast and accommodation at The Brickwall Hotel.

All tours include a tasting of Sedlescombe's international award winning wines.


For individuals and small groups there is the pop-in Self-guided Vineyard & Woodland Nature Trail + Wine tasting or why not check out the range of 'Tour For Two' options that include catering and require pre-booking.

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The beautiful Garden Room is the perfect venue for smaller private parties and conferences seating up to 30 guests and can be closed off for complete privacy when required, and extends on to a spacious sun terrace for those wonderful summer occasions.

Sedlescombe is a village and civil parish in the Rother District of East Sussex, England. The village is on the B2244 road, about 6 miles (10 km) north of Hastings. The parish includes the parish includes the hamlet of Kent Street, which is on the A21 road.

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The village has a post office and general store[17] and a Church of England primary school.[18]

All prices are per person based on two sharing a Double or Twin Room.

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 Visit Sedlescombe today – or explore our range of tour-for-two vouchers online. We specialise in Wine Gifts. Wine Gifts for Businesses, Friends, Family - in fact these special Eco wines and Vineyard ‘Tour for Two’ vouchers will make a great gift for your Wine Lover!  View them here.

The west tower has a ring of six bells. Robert Mot of Houndsditch and Whitechapel cast the tenor bell in 1592. Joseph Carter of Whitechapel cast the fifth bell in 1606 and the second, third and fourth bells in 1607. Mears & Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the treble bell in 1929.[8]

In the reign of Edward the Confessor (1042–66) Countess Godgifu was overlord of the manor of Sedlescombe. Her Lord of the manor was a Saxon called Leofsi,[3] who also held a manor at Marden in what is now West Sussex. The Domesday Book records that by 1086 the Norman nobleman Robert, Count of Eu held the manor of Sedlescombe. His tenant-in-chief was one Walter, son of Lambert,[3] who also held manors at Crowhurst, Hazelhurst and Ripe.