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Dating back to the 16th century, this former traveler's inn rests in the heart of the picturesque and historic Lewes. The White Hart Hotel offers modern facilities, and has an old-world charm. Location, personal consideration and attention of the staff, relaxed atmosphere, wonderful breakfast, views, pool, sauna, spacious bright room and all. Feels like at home every time I return.
Bargemasters in Lewes provides accommodations with free WiFi, 3.2 miles from Glyndebourne Opera House, 6 miles from AMEX Stadium and a 17-minute walk from Lewes Castle & Barbican House Museum. I really liked the fact it became a safe quiet place to land every day with facilities for food and shopping very close but still quiet.
Located in Lewes, 2.7 miles from Glyndebourne Opera House and 9 miles from AMEX Stadium, The Cowshed provides accommodations with free WiFi and a garden. What can I say, Linda was the perfect host, friendly chatty couldn't do enough for you, Linda really makes you feel at home in her home. Simply a fantastic place to stay. The bedroom with the view and the balcony was stunning in fact the whole property was stunning. breakfast was simply delicious, fresh eggs laid that morning wow
Featuring annex accommodations with a balcony, High View Retreat is located in Lewes and located at the rear of Brynclai B&B. Good size apartment with separate entrance - plenty of privacy. Lots of wardrobe space, well equipped kitchen and very welcoming hosts. Very good location for exploring the countryside - some lovely local walks.
Located in Lewes, 8 miles from Glyndebourne Opera House, Bevernbridge Farmhouse provides accommodations with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage space. This farmhouse was wonderful, Everything was there we would need for a lovely weekend. We had a very warm welcome when we arrived and I would like to live there permanently. We would go again
Located in Lewes, The Hayloft is 5 mi from Glyndebourne Opera House and 5.6 mi from AMEX Stadium. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a fully equipped kitchen and a patio. Spacious and comfortable cottage sized apartment in the heart of the Sussex countryside with plenty of amenities. The owners parents were welcoming and friendly. There are plenty of places to eat nearby. Situated close to Lewes and many local attractions. We had a very enjoyable break, hence the score.
I used to live there! I was very sad to leave but circumstances dictated. I now live in Evesham in Worcestershire. Lewes was a fantastic place to live. The pubs in particular were excellent. For a really true pub choose the Gardener's Arms in Cliffe High Street. If you want good value food with good real ale , you could do no better than the Brewer's Arms in the main High Street. It has 8 entries in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide which for a town it's size may be a record and they are all justified. If there's anything you need that can't be found in Lewes it has easy access to Brighton by bus or train.
If you can find the right place to stay (which we didn't manage to do), it is a really good idea to stay in Lewes when attending Glyndebourne. The village is charming and has many points of interest. I enjoyed just strolling around the morning before the performance. Near the Castle grounds, I passed by a lawn with a gorgeous herbaceous border where older men were playing a game of boule. There is also a charming pond with a walking path around it. There were many ducks, children, and other locals strolling around. I stopped by the church of St. John's sub Castro, but when two people came out, I hurried away. The vicar later noticed me ambling around and very kindly asked me if I needed help and told me I could walk through the church grave yard where there was a memorial to Russian soldiers. I found that fascinating when I went, but most of all I was impressed by how kind and thoughtful the vicar was. The people in general were very friendly. An older men joked with us when he saw us walk by in black-tie dress, which made me feel like one of the locals. It is a charming place where you can prepare for the opera in peace--again provided that you can find the right place to stay.
Lewes is a fantastic town full of interesting buildings, great history and a strong and vibrant art and craft community. The fact I managed to pick up a guitar for £30 in the Flea Market was an extra bonus. The food at the Pelham Arms at lunch time on Saturday was utterly wonderful, and the beer tasty and well kept. The Con Club was a fantastic location to play and the sound engineer Finn was helpful and accommodating. It's a great place to just have a mooch around wandering down side streets and exploring book shops and antique places too.
Worked in Lewes for about 10 months so familiar with the place, came back with group of friends for the Bonfire Celebrations which was fantastic. Lewes on a normal visit is a charming town with good pubs and food as well as some brilliant walks & sightseeing opportunities. place is bursting with Character and History, can be hilly so will need to be a good on feet. On Bonfire night town is manic as tens of thousands of people flock for the celebrations. it's organised well by the bonfire Societies, stayed in the local YHA which was really good value and clean.
Lovely small town, good shops, cafes, restaurants etc. The castle and museum are well worth a visit. It's a 10-minute walk to Anne of Cleeve's house, again very interesting. Also nice to stroll back through the little park. Brighton is only a few miles away. We ate at 'Famiglia Lazzati' and had delicious pizza and chicken pasta. Tip: leave room for dessert - the homemade butterscotch sauce with ice cream is amazing!
I suggest that any visitor takes time to explore. Many little alleyways and independent interesting stores. Getting around - we walked. We parked at the hotel - and certainly did not want to lose our space! Loved the small coffee shops. Flint Owl Bakery and The Cafe at The Old Needlemakers. We would have loved to spend another couple of nights in Lewes.
9.5 Exceptional 30 reviews
The location was perfect, the house was beautiful, the hosts Charlotte and John were charming, the breakfast was exactly what I requested. The bed was comfortable, warm, lovely and clean, lovely ensuite, great views from the window, quiet, refined, gorgeous. I can certainly recommend this B&B for anyone staying in the lovely historic town of Lewes. Would definitely stay again, without hesitation. I am very envious - would love this house.
9.9 Exceptional 18 reviews
Brilliant accommodation! It was so easy to book and the information was instantly sent over regarding keys check in etc. The apartment was beautiful, (much better than a hotel room!) Excellent value for money and the added bonus of a washer/dryer, due to long periods away travelling little things like this are a real bonus!! Will defiantly book again on my next visit to Lewes!
9.5 Exceptional 79 reviews
What can I say, Linda was the perfect host, friendly chatty couldn't do enough for you, Linda really makes you feel at home in her home. Simply a fantastic place to stay. The bedroom with the view and the balcony was stunning in fact the whole property was stunning. breakfast was simply delicious, fresh eggs laid that morning wow
9.2 Awesome 22 reviews
Spacious and comfortable cottage sized apartment in the heart of the Sussex countryside with plenty of amenities. The owners parents were welcoming and friendly. There are plenty of places to eat nearby. Situated close to Lewes and many local attractions. We had a very enjoyable break, hence the score.
9.4 Awesome 37 reviews
Host welcoming and keen to help. Kitchen was well equipped. Spacious accommodation. Location is very good Loved Lewes; great shops, plenty of choice for eating out, open air swimming pool; bring your costume!
7.9 Good 666 reviews
The warm welcome from the lovely people who run the hotel, the upgrade we hadn't asked for, the willingness to meet our requests and the quiet night's sleep, even at the front of the hotel.
8.8 Excellent 42 reviews
Excellent location for exploring Lewes and the south downs. Comfortable and relaxed place to stay. Very peaceful. Owners very accommodating.
9.6 Exceptional 22 reviews
Home made granola. Beautifully decorated bright and airy room in the heart of Lewes.
6.8 Review score 832 reviews
The bed was comfortable.Position of hotel convenient being in the centre.
8.8 Excellent 69 reviews
Breakfast, privacy, location, Lewes itself. And Jo is a delight.
8.3 Very Good 527 reviews
Only hotel with a proper car park in Lewes.
8.3 Very Good 363 reviews
I am a big fan of YHA generally, but this was the friendliest hostel I've stayed in and possibly the most efficient. A four-minute walk from the Southease train stop, it's a perfect location for exploring the South Downs on foot or bicycle. I arrived after 8pm, but the restaurant was still open--and the sandwich served was fresh, tasty and filling. Wine and beer were on hand as well. The dorms were as clean and well-equipped as most YHA Dorms, but I like the fact that they are in converted barns--it seems environmentally sound. The vegetarian breakfast was big, filling and served so fast I had no problem getting my train in the morning.