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Located in Lewes, The Dorset features a garden, restaurant, bar, and free WiFi throughout the property. The Dorset is in a great location! Rooms are a great size and bathrooms were beautiful. Slept very well and would recommend to anyone passing through the area!
A refurbished Sussex farmhouse, a 5-minute walk from Southease Railway Station, YHA South Downs is set in extensive grounds and has an on-site restaurant and colorful, modern bedrooms. My family had a great time in the hostel. Comfy beds, hot and clean room, fully equipped kitchen... So polite girl at the reception.
Located 3.3 miles from Glyndebourne Opera House, Montys Accommodation has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. It was a lovely welcome, very clean, deluxe, comfortable, great products, high thread count bed linen, warm, cozy and tastefully decorated. Small kitchen and private living room was ideal and the ease of being in the heart of Lewes was so convenient. Vicky was so accommodating and responsive. I highly recommend and would stay again in a heartbeat!
Tiny Cottage with Terrace & Parking, Central Lewes is located in Lewes, 3.8 miles from Glyndebourne Opera House, and provides a patio, garden, and free WiFi. When looking for a base to stay while I explored the area and met up with old friends for a few days, I very nearly booked the Premier Inn in the town centre. However, the only thing that put me off was having to pay to park the car. So, after having a quick check of alternatives, I found tiny cottage and it ticked all the boxes of being near the centre, self contained with free parking. I of course expected it to be unavailable, as the price seemed too good to be true (cheaper than the Premier Inn!!). Then, on discovering it was available, assumed that there must be something wrong with it, ever the pessimist! However, I took a gamble, and boy, did it pay off! In what is essentially a converted garage, I found a charming and extremely well thought out 'tiny cottage'! My only fear was that it would be cramped for my 6ft3" self, but an email to Ed quickly reassured me it would be fine. Upon arrival, I met Abi on the way in who was very helpful and made me immediately feel welcome. After retrieving the key from the lock box, I was immediately impressed with what I found. The kitchen is brilliantly thought out and well stocked with all the equipment you could possible need, the bathroom was plenty big enough and not at all cramped and the mezzanine bed was really comfortable and quiet. All communication and information was very helpful and everything was explained perfectly and I could find no fault whatsoever. A perfect little base for a getaway in a lovely town. Breakfast at 'The Patch' is a must. Just wish I could've stayed longer to explore the castle and Downs more.
Chez Jo B&B is located in Lewes, 2.4 mi from Glyndebourne Opera House and 4.3 mi from AMEX Stadium. Some units include a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Jo was a great host. Nothing was too much trouble for her. This was a great place to stay with my little boy. Our room was comfortable and breakfast was great. Lewes was a good base and there is a nice park nearby.
Located in Lewes, 3.4 miles from Glyndebourne Opera House, The Goldings has a living room with a flat-screen TV, and free WiFi. The host, Sarah was extremely accommodating. There were lots of great and considerate touches like having milk in the fridge, tea, coffee and ice.
Offering a garden and river view, Marshlands Apartment is located in Lewes, 4.3 mi from Glyndebourne Opera House and 5 mi from AMEX Stadium. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a terrace. Spacious and clean. Henry couldn't have been friendlier or more generous.
Lewis is a delightful Sussex country market town with the delightful streets A few great places to eat which are very reasonable, such as the original Bill’s restaurant which knocks the socks off all the other venues & still has the original Bill’s authentic atmosphere. Lewes has a castle priory ruins steeps of history with a town that has the most buildings using mathematical tiles (look it up) Within the South Downs National park close access to walks on the hills. Also quick access to Brighton (8 miles) It’s just a lovely place to be.
I was only passing through, but if I’d had time I would of gone to the 16th century book shop and the Anne of Cleeves museum. The buildings were really lovely looking and the cinema (up by the station) looked really cool. I’ve never really considered Lewes as a holiday destination, but I definitely will now!
An interesting old town with character. Lovely new repertoire cinema, old castle, museums, brewery & backstreets to explore. Great base to stay for Glyndebourne with bookable transfer coach from outside the station.
Need stamina to see the whole of Lewes as it’s got steep hills but lots to see so don’t really notice the walk up. So much character and lots of eating places, bakeries and good variety of shops. Ate at Bills and Cote and both were really good
Lewes is a lovely town, especially if you like history. It has the remains of a castle, a museum, a ruined priory and a tudor house to visit - to name a few things and they were all interesting. As well as the town being the site of an historically important battle. It is set in the South Downs so there are lovely walks on the doorstep to enjoy too. And it's only a short train ride to Brighton if you want to visit the seaside. There are several nice pubs and the usual restaurants too, although we didn't find many individual restaurants. The town is a bit up and down hill due to its location so could be a problem for some visitors. It has lots of nice shops and several parks (as well as what was described as the most uneven bowling green in the country!)
Lewes is a beautiful, historic small town with some enchanting buildings and wonderful public gardens. It has many interesting small shops especially art, music, good quality clothes, and speciality food shops. It's a real pleasure walking round. It has wonderful views of the south downs and is a wonderful base for some stunning countryside and not far from the sea. I love going to Lewes - it's uplifting being there
The staff was efficient and friendly. They helped me with my questions about visiting Lewes and parking. I loved the menu and the beer was fresh and exceptionally good. I didn't have to wait long for my food at all. The location was perfect, on the quiet end of town with free overnight parking right across the street. From 9 am, you have to pay for parking, but it's only £4 for all day parking. The shops at this end of town are really interesting, and Cafe du Jardin is right across the street for lunch.
A well equipped, clean property for a single person or a couple. Great location on the NW outskirts of Lewes - easy access to the Downs and a 15-20 minute walk to the town centre. The kitchen area was surprisingly usable, with milk, juice, tea, and coffee provided - very welcome on arrival, thank you! A smart TV and good Wi-Fi were the icing on the cake.
I stopped over very briefly between two shifts I was working in Lewes. I had a disturbed night of sleep due to snoring (I was in a dorm room), but that is hardly the fault of YHA. The bathroom facilities were excellent, and I enjoyed a hot shower with good water pressure, which was much appreciated.
absolutely everything. can’t fault it.spotless and the attention to detail couldn’t be better. had everything you could need and more with some nice touches.very very comfortable bed too..better than most hotels I’ve stayed in. Tim is friendly and has a genuine interest in his guests
Jo was a great host. Nothing was too much trouble for her. This was a great place to stay with my little boy. Our room was comfortable and breakfast was great. Lewes was a good base and there is a nice park nearby.
A great host who was very flexible regarding our needs. A clean, comfortable and stylish accommodation which we will happily return to on our annual Lewes visit.
A fantastic location, just outside Lewes, with wonderful views over the Downs. A wonderful array of breakfast goodies to last us the three days.
The prime position in Lewes, the designated parking space, the size of the suite and the overall ambience.
stayed here before as it’s right in the centre of Lewes and handy for shops and bars