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This 14th century country house hotel, is set in the heart of the Sussex Downs in the pretty village of Alfriston. Amazing escape from the busy London. Beatiful Countryside, not too busy, great rooms, the pool was a bonus, food - both dinner and breakfast absolutely delicious, lovely coctails. Beatiful gardens. Friendly staff.
Located in Alfriston, 22 miles from Hastings, Wingrove House provides a restaurant and free WiFi. There's a private bathroom with shower in some units, along with bathrobes, slippers and a hairdryer. The place was charming, great value for money and would strongly recommend making a dinner reservation (food and wine were top-notch)
A traditional East Sussex inn in the South Downs, Ye Olde Smugglers Inne dates back to the 14th century and retains plenty of its original character. Lots of character in a lovely little village. View out across the "town square" which was really a traffic island. We found that amusing. Only stayed one night but went for a very pleasant walk down the main street and around the village. Lots of interesting old buildings etc. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Located in Alfriston, 19 miles from Hastings, Alfriston Woodland Cabins - Foxes Hollow-Hot Tub provides a garden and free WiFi. We have just come back from a fab four night stay at Alfriston Woodland Cabins! We loved it! A wonderful place to relax and unwind and recharge the batteries. It has all you need for making your stay easy and enjoyable. A great base to explore the local area from too. Highly recommended.
Located in Selmeston, The Rose Cottage Inn features a garden, terrace and free WiFi. The inn has family rooms. At the inn, all rooms come with a closet, a TV, a private bathroom, bed linen and towels.... They’re so friendly And helpful ،، it’s worth more than 10.
A beautiful location, with shed loads of character. Lots of nice walks around this stunning piece of England. the only minor negative was the rain on the day, but it didn't spoil a fantastic trip.
We were only in Alfriston for one night. We ate in the hotel and it was exceptional. The next morning we wandered round the very attractive village. I would have no hesitation in coming to stay again and for longer.
We booked 2 nights but we had to find some else for second night because of the poor reception and poor facilities. The owner did not even ask why we were leaving early or offer to fix anything . He didn’t care . We felt very unwelcome . The place has no parking and no direction for where to park . The room that we stayed you had go through the pub office . Breakfast I served in a run down shed . We paid £125 per night and it only included continental breakfast . There is place near there we went for dinner which much cheaper and customer care is on point . The Dean place
Pretty town, very narrow pavements and lots of cars driving through. We were there in the drizzle but the area round the church is lovely, there was a NT house to look round (had we booked!) lots of lovely old pubs and tearooms. We spent a pleasant hour or so there and the views around and the walking on the South Downs and at the Seven Sisters white cliffs and Cuckmere Haven nearby is unsurpassed
Quirky Pubs and Shoppes. History of Smuggling always piques the Interest. A Great place from which to Explore the Countryside and the Seaside. Also lots of Local Walks from Short Rambles to Longer Pilgrimages.
A charming village with quite a few small cafes for a snack or traditional cream tea. We ate at The Singing Kettle a few times and their salads, sandwiches and scones were wonderful. The village also has a small grocery store and deli.
Great place to stay with our dog. Hotel offered lots of sanitizing stations and everyone was following social distancing measures. Staff was very friendly and accomodating with dinner room service. Delicious dinner options available. Hotel room and bathroom very clean. Spotty internet 3G/4G in our room however. Would definitely come back and recommend to others to stay.
Cosy pub in attractive, if busy, Sussex village. Friendly helpful staff. Good bar meals. Well situated as a base for Glyndebourne Festival and only 4 miles to South Coast. Lisa, the owner and Barry, the lunchtime barman, were both very helpful and friendly.
The hotel was beautifully presented, a colonial style Regency building with tasteful decor. We had a fantastic meal on Saturday night in the restaurant, we were lucky with the weather and were able to dine on the veranda. Our room was huge and very comfortable.
The most superb breakfast in the adjoining hotel (Crossways) very attentive hosts