Things to do

1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield

Battle is just over two miles from Beech Estate Campsite.

Kids can learn about the battle between King Harold and William the Conqueror at this English Heritage site, the centre of 1066 country. It’s the closest tourist attraction to Beech Estate Campsite. There are often special events and workshops for children, especially in the school holidays and there is a lovely cafe on site.

The battle between the Saxon king Harold and Norman William the Conqueror changed the course of English history and English Heritage now looks after both the remains of the associated St Martin’s Abbey, which was built by the victorious William the Conqueror, and the battlefield. You can visit the site and learn all about the battle through videos, an audio tour and displays. English Heritage also organises special events throughout the year.

ADDRESS: High Street, Battle, East Sussex TN33 0AD

OPEN: Wednesday to Sunday 10am-4pm

English Heritage Sites

Battle Abbey website

Other Nearby Attractions – Battle, Covehurst Bay, Hastings

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Based on Government guidance we have opened both Beech Estate and Wild Boar Wood Campsites on July 4th, 2020. *** Please note any new bookings made after July 6th, 2020 until further notice, that are unable to commence due to Government guidance regarding COVID-19, will be offered credit notes for 18 months. This applies to booking made directly on our website only. ***