Visit Etchingham and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Etchingham, East Sussex. A pleasant village at the confluence of the Rivers Rother and Dudwell. The Parish Church of SS. Mary and Nicholas is a fine example of a 14th-century church in the Decorated style, much of the original fabric still being in evidence. Most of the glass is modern, but there are some fragments dating from medieval times, as well as original tiles. Four brasses include one, unfortunately mutilated, to Sir William de Echyngham, who built the church. This is the oldest dated brass in Sussex.
Just outside the village is Haremere Hall, an early l7th-century manor house with a panelled great hall and some excellent carving; the house contains good examples of period furniture and an interesting collection of rugs.
Nearby towns: , Heathfield, Robertsbridge, Royal Tunbridge Wells
Nearby villages: Ashburnham, Battle, Benenden, Biddenden, Bodiam, Brede, Brenchley, Brightling, Burwash, Catsfield, Cross in Hand, Crowhurst, Dallington, Fairlight, Frant, Frittenden, Goudhurst, Guestling, Hailsham, Hartley, Hawkhurst, Hellingly, Herstmonceux, Horam, Horsmonden, Hurst Green, Icklesham, Kippings Cross, Lamberhurst, Mark Cross, Mountfield, Newenden, Ninfield, Northiam, Ore, Pembury, Penhurst, Pett, Rolvenden, Rotherfield, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Sandhurst, Sedlescombe, Sissinghurst, Speldhurst, Staple Cross, Ticehurst, Udimore, Wadhurst, Warbleton, Whatlington
Have you decided to visit Etchingham or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Etchingham bed and breakfast (a Etchingham B&B or Etchingham b and b)
- a Etchingham guesthouse
- a Etchingham hotel (or motel)
- a Etchingham self-catering establishment, or
- other Etchingham accommodation