The Corner House B&B Lewes
The town of Lewes dates back to before the Domesday Book. Built on the ridge of a down, its Norman castle crowns the view for miles around.
The architecture is a marvellous mixture of ages and styles; walking down the high street you pass Tudor half-timbered buildings (including Tom Paine’s house), Georgian mansions and delicate bow-windowed shops.
The Corner House offers two en-suite bedrooms, one king-sized and one double. The emphasis is on comfort, so both rooms have Egyptian cotton bed linen and down pillows and duvets.
Breakfast includes fresh fruit, homemade bread and a variety of cooked options to set you up for the day. The house is just a 10-minute’s stroll from the train station, and also offers free off-street parking.
Tucked away in a quiet side street close to the town centre, and with Brighton and the glories of the South Downs National Park on your doorstep, this is the perfect base for exploring Lewes and mid-Sussex. The world-famous Glyndebourne Opera House is just 15 minutes away, and Charleston Farmhouse and Monks House nearby for those on the trail of the Bloomsbury Group.
14 Cleve Terrace, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1JJ, United Kingdom