Deserves all the accolades placed on Krystyna and her establishment would recommend to anyone looking for quality in Sussex. Robertsbridge is a delightful little village without the hordes of Battle and Hastings.
A tip to avoid the crowds at Battle... rise early and go to Battle, stroll the deserted streets, see the Abbey with none by yourselves and return to Glenferness in time for breakfast.
With rain threatening our washing wasbrought in, those dry returned to our rooms and others placed in scullery to dry.
We heard the other side of the only poor review done on this establishment and I can assure you I know which I believe
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Robertsbridge is a very convenient base from which to explore many parts of Sussex and Kent. Nearby interesting and historical towns include Rye, Hastings, St Leonards-on-Sea, Bexhill, Eastbourne and Royal Tunbridge Wells. Battle Town, the site of the historical 1066 Battle of Hastings, is just five miles south of Robertsbridge. Other nearby places of interest include: Bodiam Castle (4 miles), Battle Abbey/Site of the Battle of Hastings (4 miles), Batemans, Rudyard Kipling's home (4 miles), Herstmonceux Castle (11 miles), Pevensey Castle (16 miles), Leeds Castle (22 miles) and Chartwell, Winston Churchill's home (30 miles). Bewl Water Outdoor Centre and Watersports (10 miles).Robertsbridge, located on the A21, is only 30 miles South of the M25/ J5 motorway and 40 miles from the Channel Tunnel. The mainline, Hastings to London, railway station is only 150 yards/metres from Glenferness. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Glenferness B&B Robertsbridge, East Sussex