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White Hart Hotel?

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On 6 Apr 2018 at 11:22pm Lucy G wrote:
My new in-laws are coming to visit Lewes in a few weeks time for the first birthday of my baby daughter - we are quite new to Lewes as a family so I was wondering whether anyone could recommend a good place to book the in-laws to stay at as we only have a small house therefore not enough room. I've heard the White Hart Hotel is the classic stay in Lewes but I have never been myself - has anyone got any feedback?
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On 6 Apr 2018 at 11:33pm Heartless wrote:
Pro hunt. Avoid.
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On 6 Apr 2018 at 11:43pm Penny Dreadful wrote:
Being pro the hunting set, on it's own, isn't a good enough reason to avoid the place. I would also add, the food isn't that great, the service is poor and the rooms aren't that great either. There are some really good B and B's around the town that will provide a better level of service and despite all the critics, the Premier Inn doesn't do a bad job either.
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On 6 Apr 2018 at 11:53pm Earl of Lewess wrote:
Yes, it's past its best and overpriced given the pokey rooms and average food. If they're just coming for a short stay, the Premier Inn is fine.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 6:38am Marco wrote:
The Plastic Inn is fine if you donít have a car and donít mind paying extra for breakfast. Stay at one of the excellent B&Bís to experince Lewes at itís best.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 6:42am Pierre wrote:
Link attached
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 7:10am White wrote:
no it's not.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 7:32am Pierre wrote:
Link wonít post.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 9:36am Dean wrote:
There isn't a chance of a pro fox-hunting establishment being any good. Time to put some posters up and contact the press. How can you allow hunt supporters to even enter licensed premises these days?
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 9:51am Hamid Barr wrote:
The White Hart is a dump. Much in keeping with most of the "hotels" and restaurants in Lewes.
However it is the sort of dump that perfectly matched Adonis and the drivel he was spouting there a short while back.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 10:37am Plum wrote:
My parents have stayed at the Dorset in the past when they visit and said the price was reasonable and the breakfast decent (though I think you pay extra for this). I think they've very recently had a re-fit so I'm not sure what it's like now or if the prices have gone up but it may be worth checking out.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 11:14am Horseman7 wrote:
Tony and Nicky Murrell
Murrellís
87 Paddock Lane
Lewes
East Sussex
BN7 1TW
tel: 01273 487728
email: murrells@bedandbreakfastlewes.co.uk
*We are now fully booked for the Love Supreme weekend at the end of June*

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On 7 Apr 2018 at 11:31am '80s boy wrote:
I'd vouch for the Dorset. Stayed there a few times and was very happy. Excellent breakfast.
Also the Premier Inn, although I got a parking ticket the following morning. (Not their fault)
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 1:49pm Sensible wrote:
Regarding the recent meeting at the White Hart "hotel" attended by people who wilfully chose to oppose the legitimately expressed will of the British people: my family and I have agreed that the disobedience of such elements extends above normal politics, and that they are to be made unwelcome in future. This is not a debate about what politicians in our representative democracy say: this is out and out opposition to a full and direct public vote on a single issue. If you stand in the way by making yourself an enemy of the British people (the only truthful newspaper headline for years), the police and courts are allowed to proceed with action against you. In crude terms, knuckle down and get behind taking back Britain, or expect records against you to be held by authority and patriotic employers. My patience is wearing very thin.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 2:26pm Sue wrote:
Sensible - small minded and backward, you talk utter nonsense.
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On 7 Apr 2018 at 3:20pm Clifford wrote:
Sensible wrote: 'Regarding the recent meeting at the White Hart "hotel" attended by people who wilfully chose to oppose the legitimately expressed will of the British people...'

As a confirmed Brexiter I have to tell you that after 1975 I 'wilfully choseto oppose the legimately expressed will of the British people' and continued to advocate leaving the EEU/EC/EU. What is wrong with you?
 
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On 9 Apr 2018 at 4:42pm stevet wrote:
There are plenty of great places to stay on Airbnb in the town.
 
 
On 11 Apr 2018 at 3:11am Pearlie Werlie wrote:
The will of the British people. Makes me laugh every time. It was not the will of the British people because it was won paltry amount of ill informed and down right lied to British people (that includes people on both sides of the debate.) who had no clue what they were voting for. It was organised and prepared for by the ill informed, self serving and frankly ill educated as an advisory vote. No one, and I mean no one knew what they were advocating since there were no studies, no research, no exploratory talks or negotiations prior to the decision being made. Furthermore you sound like a pompous arse. I out and out oppose Brexit and you put my name on your list as such, hold your records, and shove it up your backside.


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