In its heyday the Roman villa at Bignor took in 70 buildings spread out over 4 acres. Today, the site museum preserves some of the best mosaics in England. From Bignor you can trace the route of Stane Street, the great Roman road linking Chichester with London. Bignor Lane,
England, RH20 1PH
Like several Roman sites (see, for example, Bignor Roman Villa), Fishbourne was discovered by accident. In 1960 a local farmer was digging a water main trench when he uncovered remains of Roman mosaics. On-going investigation over the course of the next nine years revealed that the Fishbourne remains were one of the most extensive in Britain and contained some of the finest mosaics in the country.
England, PO19 3QR
This newly built Lodge is of a very high standard and offers excellent spacious, secluded, quiet cosy accommodation. Sunny outlook, French doors open onto a private terrace. Facilities include … Sleeps 2
Hidden away for 900 years near the picturesque village of Amberley in the chalk South Downs, Amberley Castle is a magnificent historical treasure that offers a truly unique experience. Through the Portcullis and 60 ft curtain walls you will find beautiful landscaped gardens, fine examples of medieval architecture and an … more >>
Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa is a privately owned four star hotel nestled in the Surrey countryside only a short drive from the historic market town of Haslemere. An unusual cluster of historic buildings set in 22 acres of parkland with a Tudor house and carefully restored farm buildings it … more >>