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An easy walk from Bexhill to Crowhurst.

The Bexhill section of the 1066 walk has benefitted from the building of the new link road. Paths... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2017
sleepybexhill
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Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Great springtime walk

Just completed a section of the 1066 route from Rye to Winchelsea and then back via other paths to... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Val601
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Kent, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

The Bexhill section of the 1066 walk has benefitted from the building of the new link road. Paths have been improved and the creation of a new lake is a definite plus. Took us about an hour to walk from Bexhill Old Town to Crowhurst....More

1  Thank sleepybexhill
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Just completed a section of the 1066 route from Rye to Winchelsea and then back via other paths to Winchelsea beach and Rye harbour reserve. Ten mile walk with interest all the way, varied hedgerows, streams, new born lambs, historic town, great pub at the...More

Thank Val601
Reviewed 19 June 2016

What a lovely atmosphere we loved walking around the area and enjoying all the beautiful homes and businesses we felt like we had stepped back in time. Loved it and can't wait to share this beautiful town with friends and family

1  Thank d0nna8383
Reviewed 27 February 2016

Accessed this walk by bus from Rye, A good walk, at Fairlight cove we picked up the Saxon Way which was extremely muddy. I think we would have fared better to have stayed on the 1066

2  Thank walkingWakefieldUk
Reviewed 21 November 2015

Initially we walked randomly around Rye until we noticed map in shop. Followed it thoroughly and informative without doubt.

2  Thank David G
Reviewed 20 October 2015

Having walked the first half, from Pevensey to Battle I can confirm that it's definitely a fantastic walk, especially in the sunshine. It's also fairly easy; mostly on the flat and with only a couple of small hills en route to Battle. Nice mix of...More

Thank Alan O
Reviewed 27 September 2015

My friend and I started in Rye and followed part of this route up to Winchelsea and then on to the Royal Military Canal down to Plett Level and back to Winchelsea Beach, then up to Camber Castle and Rye. It was a glorious walk...More

Thank Charlotte S
Reviewed 30 April 2015

We walked along part of the 1066 trail from Westfield to the coast and from Icklesham to Rye via Winchelsea over 2 separate days. The scenery is very varied and the views to the sea magnificent. Along the way we stopped off at the Two...More

1  Thank CatherineH94
Reviewed 13 November 2014

The best thing about this walk is the fact it is 1,066 steps long Can you believe it ? That's the same number as the date it commemorates What a coincidence If you're visiting Rye do this walk and you'll feel better for it Then...More

6  Thank MrBignose
Reviewed 21 July 2014

We walked this country trail in four days, returning each time to our B&B Aviemore in Rye. We started in Pevensy and got there by bus. It takes a bit of planning, but travelling by bus is very doable. We saw beautifull churches, interesting sites...More

3  Thank a.h. S
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NusaybahI
Hi i will be in Camber sands for the day on a Saturday in august and I wanted to do a part of the country walk near camber sands which is not to long or far. Where do I get a map from and does anyone have any recommendations on nearby areas to walk to?
4 June 2017|
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Response from Val601 | Reviewed this property |
But an Ordnance Survey explorer map of area in good bookshop. Plenty of options to create circular walks round Camber, Rye and Winchelsea.
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rogerreed2
I plan to walk this route over two and a half days with two overnight stops - at Ashburnham and Westfield. Any accommodation ideas welcome.
24 April 2017|
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Response from Val601 | Reviewed this property |
Plenty of options in Rye but en route not sure. The Brian Smailes book might help?
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