For let from £350 per week
The Small Barn is hidden away in the centre of Barcombe. A two bedroom newly converted property sleeps 4. Close to Lewes, Brighton and Glyndebourne.
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Cosy cottage in picturesque Bloomsbury village on South Downs Way. Twin room, with private sitting room, shower, WC. Beautiful gardens, mainly organic food. Full breakfast. Near pub, Monks House, Lewes and Brighton. Easy parking. Single, one nighters and Dogs welcome.
Tel: 01273 476876Continue reading →
From £35.00 per person
Modernised cottage in quiet lane close to centre of artistic village at the foot of the South Downs. 2 good pubs. Easy for Brighton, Hickstead. Pottery classes with owner available.
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International auctioneers of Arms, Armour and Militaria. Transport toys, model vehicles, soldiers and collectables. Auctions held 8 times a year. Fine collections & single items always wanted.
Open Mon-Fri 9.00-5.30pm. Closed for lunch 1.00-2.00pm
Tel: 01273 480208
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The home of world furniture, live music and delicious food and drink. Just 15 minutes from Lewes, this 18thC. Georgian coaching inn stocks a large selection of furniture, homeware and gifts.
Open Mon-Sat 10.00am-6.00pm.
Sun & Bank Hols 11.00am-5.00pm.
Tel: 01825 790200
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This family-friendly, colourful, characterful freehouse won South East & London Region’s Best Food Pub, Best Cask Ale Pub and Best Free House in the Great British Pub Awards 2012. Good Beer Guide listed.
Open seven days a week, food served 12 noon ‘til 9.00pm.
Tel: 01273 471018
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At the top of Lewes High street you’ll find The Pelham Arms, a traditional British public house. Serving some of Lewes’ best local and seasonal food,along with great real ales and a satisfying array of wines and spirits, Andrew and Romy will be pleased to welcome you.
Built circa 1640, their quintessential Sussex pub is full of age old charm, with original oak beams and a cosy inglenook fireplace.
Booking is recommended
Tel: 01273 476149
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Friendly village pub providing homemade food, real ales and a warm welcome.
Good access for the disabled. Garden with patio and children’s play area.
Ample parking. Just off A26 between Lewes and Uckfield.
Food served lunchtime and evening every day (except Sunday evening)
Next door is the Lavender Line, Isfield station, the HQ of the Lavender Line preserved railway.
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Family run 16thcentury coaching Inn providing locally sourced, freshly cooked food, for every taste, diet and budget, washed down with real ales or a selection of wines. Reservations recommended. Food served every day including evenings. Large patio and garden.
Tel: 01273 812040
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Harveys award-winning beer – bottled or draught – direct from the brewery (4-72 pints). Great choice of souvenir gifts from Lewes to take home. Seasonal ales. Bottled beers. Fine wines. Wine Club and Wine Course. Premium spirit, ciders and fruit wines.
Firkins and polypins 48 hours notice. Up to 2 gallons on demand.
Open Mon-Sat 9.30-5.30pm.
Tel: 01273 480217
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Exciting, frequently changing exhibition of paintings, sculpture, jewellery, ceramics, cards and art vouchers. A friendly gallery run by the artists themselves, so there’s always someone there to give you a warm welcome.
Open daily 10.00-5.00pm.
Tel: 01273 474477
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£85 double/twin, £60 single
Comfortable quiet home, very close to restaurants, pubs & antique shops. One double bedroom with separate entrance and one twin, both with modern ensuite bathrooms.Continue reading →