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Chris Greatorex (2009) An archaeological watching brief undertaken at Beauport Pk Hotel, Battle Road, Hastings, East Sussex. Polegate: C. G. Archaeology https://doi.org/10.5284/1031422

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Site details

Location
Site nameBeauport Park Hotel
ParishBATTLE
DistrictROTHER
CountyEAST SUSSEX
CountryEngland
Grid reference TQ 78880 13555 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BUILDINGModern
LANDSCAPERoman
CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIALPost Medieval
CERAMICSPost Medieval
 

Other details

DescriptionThe footprint of a previously demolished/ destroyed 18th century south wing was recorded and a watching brief undertaken on the foundation trenches for a new extension.
Associated identifier cgarchae1-112114