Boreham House is about 6 miles east of Hailsham and 6 miles west of Battle on the A271.
Arriving from the East: You will approach Boreham Street on the A271 up a hill. As the road levels off you will see the signpost for Boreham Street where a 30 mile per hour speed limit starts for the village. We are about 200 metres further on the right hand side – look out for the distinctive Yew hedge – the entrance to the courtyard for parking is just after the hedge. Note: if you reach the Bulls Head pub, you have gone about 100 metres too far!
Arriving from the West: When you reach Boreham Street on the A271 drive through the village until you pass the Bulls Head pub on you right (you can’t miss it). We are about 100 metres further on the left hand side – look out for the distinctive Yew hedge – the entrance to the courtyard for parking is just before the hedge.
Boreham House is approximately 10 minutes drive from Battle railway station. There are trains to London (Cannon Street , Charing Cross, London Bridge and Waterloo East) two or three times an hour. Pevensey and Westham station is about the same distance, with Eastbourne and Polegate stations being about a 20 minute drive away. There is an hourly train to and from London (Victoria) to those stations.
Gatwick Airport is about 1 hour by car from Boreham House. There is also a regular direct train service to Polegate and Eastbourne from the Airport. Polegate and Eastbourne stations are about 15-20 minutes away by car where taxis are available for hire if required.