Bolebrooke Castle

Bolebroke Castle in East Sussex, dating back to 1480, has ties to Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

Used by the king for hunting, this historic site is set in a serene 30-acre estate with meadows and woodlands, offering a peaceful retreat.

Its Silver Birch Lakes are popular for fishing, stocked with a variety of fish.

Bolebrooke Castle

Bolebroke Castle, Hartfield, East Sussex TN7 4JJ, United Kingdom

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Bolebrooke Castle

About Bolebrooke Castle

Bolebroke Castle in East Sussex has a connection to Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. The castle, built in 1480, is the oldest brick building in Sussex. It is located in the village of Hartfield, known for being the home of Pooh bear.

The castle was used by Henry VIII for hunting wild boar and venison in the nearby Ashdown Forest. Anne Boleyn, who lived at Hever Castle just 5 miles away, was courted by Henry VIII at Bolebroke Castle.

The castle is set on a 30-acre estate, surrounded by meadows and woodlands where pheasants and deer can be seen. It is a peaceful and beautiful location away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Silver Birch Lakes, located on the estate, are stocked with a variety of fish including carp, roach, bream, and tench. It is a great spot for fishing, whether you are a beginner or an experienced angler. The lakes cover more than three acres and offer a tranquil setting for outdoor enthusiasts.