Battle

Just a short distance north of Hastings is Battle, which was the site of the famous Battle of Hastings that took place here in 1066 between King Harold and William the Conqueror.

Coming and going

Battle is on the railway line linking London and Hastings with two trains per hour in each direction. It is around 1½ hours by train to London and between 15 and 20 minutes to Hastings. Most London trains terminate at Charing Cross railway station but some terminate at Cannon Street station.

Stagecoach bus routes 304 and 305 run hourly between Battle and Hastings and the journey takes around half an hour.

Sights and activities in Battle

Places to stay in Battle

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