Manor Farm Oast

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Windmill Lane
Icklesham
Kent
England
TN36 4WL

Manor Farm Oast, Icklesham

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Built in 1860 to originally dry hops Manor Farm Oast is set in 110 acres of farming fields and has been tastefully converted to maintain many of the original features. One of the bedrooms is still completely round. Manor Farm Oast has won many awards for its committment to the environment.

A Sussex breakfast is served in the morning which features sausages and yoghurt made on the premises. All the breakfast foods are sourced locally. The three bedrooms have luxury toiletries a comprenhensive coutesy tray with a selection of teas coffees and other hot drinks.

Fresh milk is put in the room along with fresh fruit and chocolates. While out in the countryside Manor Farm Oast is within walking distance of two excellent pubs in the village and is ideally situated for visiting Rye Winchelsea hastings and Battle.

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Mary, Queen of Scots was moved here following the failure of the Babington Plot to free her from captivity in 1586



20 April, 1653

Cromwell dissolves the 'Rump' Parliament

The Long Parliament, which begain in 1640, is finally brought to an end

This sickly monarch died at the age of 16, leaving the throne to his elder sister




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