Hotels in Lewes, East Sussex, UK

For a night or a romantic weekend

Lewes has a variety of hotels ane Bed and Breakfast places to choose from. From small cosy hotels and Bed & Breakfast places to larger establishments with all the facilities for business customers.

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Recycled Cabin

Rooms from: £35

2 School Cottages
East Chiltington BN7 3AY

t: 01273 890779
m: 07557879019
B&B in a recycled cabin in East Chiltington, rural Lewes, and in the South Downs National Park, where the focus is on macrobiotic and whole foods.
Experience a truly bespoke recycled cabin with whole food breakfast (accommodating vegetarians, vegans, & those with specialised diets). Situated in an area of outstanding beauty in the South Downs National Park, the accommodation lies in the gentle, rural hamlet of East Chiltington. Here, you can walk, cycle or horse-ride along the South Downs Way, enjoy traditional ales & high quality food at the local Jolly Sportsman or Half Moon pub, visit Plumpton Agricultural College or Plumpton horse racing, and the artist's community of Ditchling.
Within a 30 minute drive are many other local attractions: the historical towns of Lewes and Brighton, the Universities of Sussex and Brighton, the internationally renowned Glyndebourne opera, the spectacular Seven Sisters coastline (e.g. Burling Gap, Cuckmere Haven); the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry is nearby and there is a fast train connection to London at Plumpton, in the neighbouring village.
Recycled from a de-comissioned Sussex barn, the cabin is something akin to an old fashioned railway carriage with a contemporary twist. It sits in a corner of the garden, & although is in sight of the house, it feels very cosy & private inside. With an abundance of wooden features it has a real grounding & nurturing atmosphere. Very conducive to a good night's sleep.
It is surprisingly spacious, comprising a double cabin bed with natural fibre mattress and bedding, en-suite shower room & w/c, with fridge, butler's sink, washing machine and kettle with complementary herbal teas. Wi Fi connection available. Breakfast is prepared by resident macrobiotic cook. Lunch boxes, lunches and dinners plus macrobiotic cooking tuition are all available on request.

B&B single occupancy: from 35 per night

B&B double occupancy from 65 per night
including breakfast.
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Dubois Bed and Breakfast

Rooms from: £40

38 Prince Edwards Rd
Lewes BN7 1BE

t: 01273 479865
We offer a warm and friendly welcome in our Victorian family home, which is situated in a tree lined residential road about 10 minutes walk from the town centre and station. There is always space to park outside the house. If you are arriving by train, there is a good taxi service at the station, or we are happy to provide transport if convenient.

We have two beautiful rooms, a twin and a double, and if you click on Accommodation, you will see and read about them in more detail.

Guests in either room are welcome to use the peaceful sitting room any time during their stay, where there is a cosy open fire on chilly days.

We have a lovely garden, and in Summer guests often breakfast outside where there are several pretty and sheltered spots to sit and relax.

We very much look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Dubois Bed and Breakfast.
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Horns Lodge

Rooms from: £40

South Street
South Chailey BN8 4BD

t: 01273 400422
Linda and Mike welcome you to the Horns Lodge, a traditional rural English public house located in the beautiful Sussex countryside near the South Downs National Park. Whether you visit us for a relaxing drink, to sample our delicious home cooked food or for a stay in one of our guest rooms, we hope you enjoy your stay with us.

? Independent freehouse serving a changing range of real ales (listed in the Good Beer Guide)
? Cosy restaurant serving traditional home cooked fayre
? Bar area with real fire, for drinking and casual dining.
? Beer Garden with covered heated, patio area.
? Accommodation & B&B available.
? Large Car Park.
? Pub Games include, cribbage, dominoes, darts and bar billiards and Toad in the Hole.
? Free WiFi available
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Rooms from: £85

16 High Street
Lewes BN7 2LN

t: 01273 476750
m: 07866 818505
Montys Bed and Breakfast is a boutique Bed and Breakfast situated in the heart of historic Lewes, the county town of Sussex on the edge of the South Downs National Park.

Recently refurbished to a high standard, Montys comprises a large loft-style room with TV, DVD player, Sky TV and WiFi access.

Montys provides tea, coffee, fresh orange juice, home made muesli and occasionally home made cakes.

Montys is ideally situated to explore this ancient market town, nearby Brighton with its famous Royal Pavilion and the huge array of National Trust sites in Sussex.

Montys offers a peaceful and comfortable base for your stay in Sussex and Paul and Vicky Richards look forward to welcoming you to their home.
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The Corner House

Rooms from: £55

14 Cleve Terrace
Lewes BN7 1JU

t: +44 (0)1273 567138
m: +44 (0)7770 794 883
Perfect for Glyndebourne visitors, South Downs walkers, Bloomsbury trailmakers and south coast sunseekers!

Two luxury double bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms:
Free wired internet in both rooms
Satellite television
DAB radio alarm clock
Crisp cotton sheets and choice of down or hypoallergenic bedding
Tea and coffee making facilities in each room
Loan laptop available on request
Hairdryer and ironing facilities
Quiet, central location
Ten minutes stroll from Lewes station
Easy walking distance from all the major sites
Free off-street parking for one car
Fluent Spanish and some French and German
Sorry: no pets as Mungo lives here too!
Children welcome, but check here for guidance
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The Prospect

Rooms from: £45

St Martin's Lane
Lewes BN7 1UD

t: 01273 472883
Located in a quiet twitten in the centre of the historic town of Lewes, our light and airy
modern house is a minute's walk from the High Street restaurants and shops. We are close
to the station and bus stops, providing fast access to Brighton, London and the south coast.

With its castle and medieval street plan, Lewes is well worth exploring in it's own right.
It still has many distinctive one-off shops, as well as outstanding pubs and restaurants.
Glyndebourne Opera House is nearby and the town is an excellent base for exploring
the new South Downs National Park and the many Bloomsbury connections.
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