Locations in Rother


Locations in Rother

A guide to some of the locations throughout Rother, perfect for photography shots and filming.

Below are some of the locations that have lent themselves to many of the TV, film and photography projects in the past. Aside from the fact that Rother is blessed with rolling hills, rural countryside, stunning coastline and a historic legacy that stretches back to the 11th century, it's easily accessible from London and beyond.

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1066 was a very busy year for Battle. Here you will find the world renowned Battle Abbey, built by William the Conqueror. Battle is also a vibrant historic market town and the 13th century Norman church of St Mary's.

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An English seaside town in the traditional sense of the word, with pebbled beaches and a town with distinct architectural influences from the Edwardian, Victorian and Art Deco period, it's focal point is the De La Warr Pavilion complimented by the Old Town and several picturesque open spaces.

Camber/Pett Level

Camber Sands / Pett Level

One of the few uninterrupted stretches of sandy beach and rugged coastline on the south coast. A suitably dramatic combination of dunes, cliff tops, beach and sea, one of the most popular locations in the area.

Rickney Bridge, Pevensey


Central to many of the most important eras of English history. Pevensey has played a pivotal part in defending against past enemies, including the Spanish Armada, the Romans, Napoleon and Hitler. A stunning coastal bay and near to the historic castle at Herstmonceux.

Bodiam Castle

Robertsbridge/Bodiam Castle

Robertsbridge is a small but perfectly formed inland area and is neighboured by one of the UK's best preserved moated castles, Bodiam.

Rye Town Centre


A welcoming combination of cobbled streets, maritime history and artistic heritage. Rye retains its picture postcard looks and charm to this day, and has always attracted writers and artists from Henry James to HG Wells.



A hidden delight which forms part of the ancient Cinque Port confederation and still boasts the remnants of it's illustrious past - including the original wine cellars of the Old Port and the Church of St Thomas the Martyr.

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