Nestled within the ancient woodland of Battle lies Battle Vineyard Collection. Also known as Great Barn Vineyard, an Artisan Vineyard that specialises in sparkling wine. This estate is located less than two miles away from the market town of Battle, famous for its conflict on English soil in 1066. Boasting panoramic countryside views, Battle Vineyard Collection is the ideal glamping and wine tasting holiday in East Sussex!
All you need in this glamping holiday is a glass of locally produced sparkling wine, listening to the sound of nature and watching the world go by from the comfort of your private tent. Fulfil your wine tasting dream as there are at least ten local Vineyards within 15 miles of the location. At Battle Vineyard Collection, you have the option to do a wine tasting and winery talk which allows you to taste three different kinds of English wine! If you are feeling a little indulgent then spoil yourself with Afternoon Tea and a side of sparkling wine – a selection of finger sandwiches, scones with home-made jam and clotted cream and an assortment of home-made sweet treats all of which will be served on vintage china!
Explore the area by bike or if you prefer to take in the sights on foot, there are plenty of walking routes. More novice riders are welcome to explore the land on horses. All of our canvas frills lodges offer a modern heated shower block and a well-stocked pantry. You can be sure of a comfortable stay at Battle Vineyard Collection. The Canvas Frills Lodges all have en-suite showers and toilets. What could be better in the evening than relaxing, enjoying a bottle of sparkling wine and watching the sun go down undisturbed by the world around.
Beyond this Vineyard, there are plenty of things to see and do. About half an hour’s drive away you can visit the beaches of Hastings and Camber. Also, Hastings Old Town with its beach launched fishing fleet, Smugglers Caves and Castle. If you are feeling historical then head over to the 1066 Battlefield and Abbey, the site of England’s historic Battle when William of Normandy defeated the army of King Harold of England. The historic town of Rye is also only a short drive away.