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Exhibition: On ground floor, accessible via three steps. Shop: Access via gravel path. Refreshments: Snacks in shop. Picnics welcome in grounds. Some benches provided. NB Unfenced sump in grounds. 1.75 miles West of Lamberhurst off B2169 (OS Map 188; ref TQ 651366).
Dogs are accepted in the centre of the course area.
An exhibition with artefacts found on-site and an audio tour tell the story of the castle. Cannon, grave stones and catapult balls to touch. Parking 300m from entrance. In Pevensey off A259 (OS Map 199; ref TQ 645048).
An all-day rover ticket for a dog is £3 and can be purchased at any booking office or from a Ticket Inspector onboard. Customers wishing to board the train at Bodiam can do so if they park at the NT property car park about 300yds away (parking charges apply).
Dogs allowed in the garden on a short lead after 1:30pm. Allowed in the parkland at all times. Water provided. Allowed in Garden Room of the tearoom.
Water bowls available. Dog friendly hotels and businesses nearby. On Hastings Seafront with dog friendly beaches.
An interactive audio tour re-creates the sounds of the battle as you stand where the Saxon army watched the Normans advancing towards them. Parking 75m from abbey entrance; loose gravel surface. Wheelchair users should enter the site through the Gatehouse (please ring the bell), where they will be met [...]