We’re very lucky to be situated in the High Weald, Area of Outsanding Natural Beauty. 1066 country is rich in history, Lying at the heart of the South East, our beautiful coast and countryside are full of relics and ruins from the days when the Norman’s invaded. The many towns within easy reach of Vinehall give the area its extraordinarily welcoming reputation.
Our most local town, Battle is home to the very spot where King Harold fell and no visit is complete without a trip to the abbey. A regular visitor to Vinehall, Rudyard Kipling lived at ‘Batemans’ which is open to the public in nearby Burwash. Our children also enjoy visits to Great Dixter house and gardens in Northiam, learning about the fishing industry with Europe’s largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Hastings and exploring the landing point for both the Romans and the Normans at Pevensey. More historical charm can be found in Rye, one of the original “Cinque Ports” and a maze of medieval and Georgian buildings.