Note the postcode may take you to our ‘backtrack’ which is closed for public access.
Please use the main entrance to Ashburnham Place found via the A271 Kitchenham Road.
From South East London and the Dartford Tunnel.
Take the A21 through Pembury, Lamberhurst and Robertsbridge. At John’s Cross roundabout take the second exit on to the A2100 signposted to Battle. On the outskirts of Battle, at the roundabout, turn right on to the A271 signposted Bexhill. The entrance to Ashburnham Place is on the right, about four miles from Battle, 200 yards after a very sharp bend.
From South West London and Heathrow Airport
Take the M25 anti-clockwise to Junction 6 and then take the A22 through Godstone, East Grinstead, Forest Row and down to Horsebridge (the Boship Hotel roundabout). Take the second exit on to the A271. Continue through Magham Down, Herstmonceux and Windmill Hill to Boreham Street. After leaving Boreham Street the A271 turns left, signposted Battle. After about 2 miles you will see Ashburnham Place on the left hand side at the brow of the hill.
Guests wishing to use taxis from Battle or Bexhill stations are recommended to book in advance, particularly on Sundays.
The following companies offer a regular service:
Taxis in Battle
– Battle Taxis (24h service) – 01424 777 222
– Town & Country (until 11pm, not Sunday) – 01424 772 222
– 24 seven (24h service) – 01424 777 077
Taxis in Bexhill
– Shah’s Taxi (also airport) – 01424 211 171 or 07930 804 030
– Town Taxis – 01424 733733
There is usually at least an hourly service from Charing Cross and Waterloo East to Battle via Sevenoaks and Tonbridge. Battle Station is about 5 miles from Ashburnham Place. Taxis are available outside the station. There is also an hourly service from Victoria to Bexhill via Clapham Junction, East Croydon, Gatwick and Eastbourne. Bexhill Station is about 7 miles from Ashburnham Place. Taxis are available outside the station.
Get away and stay in one of our comfortable guest rooms. Find time to walk, reflect or join the community during our meeting times.
Our dining experience is set across four unique spaces, from the historic and beautifully panelled Oak Dining Room to the modern comforts of our Courtyard Dining Room.
We understand that a comfortable and flexible meeting space makes all the difference for you to come away and have an impactful time together.
There are a range of ways to volunteer at Ashburnham Place. If you are local and want to volunteer regularly in areas such as the grounds and gardens, please contact us. If you are a young person aged between 18 – 27yrs, then when not consider joining our Catalyst Training Programme?
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