This historic village inn boasts superb views from its gardens. The menu changes daily and wherever possible the food is locally sourced. Most of our 13 bedrooms have four poster beds and exquisitely appointed bathrooms.
Welcome to the Buxted Inn in the heart of East Sussex. Offering contemporary accommodation in eight comfortable en-suite rooms, a varied menu of locally sourced food in the restaurant and a bar serving a wide selection of beers, real ales and fine wines, the Buxted Inn is perfectly situated for business or leisure visitors. We are within a minute's walk of the railway station from which London can be reached in an hour
This charming 17th century country house hotel is set in the beautiful rural location of Forest Row on the A22. Full of olde world charm with its oak beams and real fires, in the bar you can dine on traditional homemade bar food and a wide range of beers. On Sundays there is a delicious carvery. The restaurant offers a varied and interesting menu, as well as an extensive wine list. There are 30 well equipped bedrooms and the hotel is convenient for Gatwick Airport.
Nestled in the South Downs National Park, The Jolly Sportsman offers some of the best local food and wine in East Sussex - even boasting an AA Rosette, alongside beautiful boutique en-suite bedrooms. Four-legged friends are also welcome!
Deans Place Hotel, a 14th century country house hotel stands in the heart of the Sussex Downs within four acres of gardens. Boasting beautiful bedrooms, a menu built on seasonal Sussex produce alongside croquet, boules and an outdoor swimming pool (open May to October).
Perched on the cliffs with spectacular views over the sea, The White Horse Hotel is located on the edge of the South Downs, just a short drive from Brighton. Alongside the recently refurbished ensuite bedrooms, The White Horse boasts an a bar & restaurant area with magnificent sea views and an extensive menu.
Located just 100 yards from Brighton’s beach and promenade, in the iconic cobbled alleyways of The Lanes is the Hotel du Vin Brighton. With individually styled boutique bedrooms (some with sea views) alongside a sleek modern European bistro and a stylish bar with a wooden beamed ceiling, this is the perfect base whilst exploring all that Brighton has to offer.
An 18th century former coaching inn, The Hope Anchor offers unique bedrooms, good food and stunning views. This inn has a rich history, it is thought to have once sheltered the Tenterden Gang, who used its old secret passages for smuggling.
This beautiful 16th Century inn oozes charm and character with its cosy bars with wooden floors, open fires and low beamed ceilings. An extensive menu is served twice daily and all day on Sunday. As well as a large garden, the inn has three recently refurbished double en-suite bedrooms, and free wi-fi internet access is available. A perfect base from which to explore Hastings and the East Sussex coast.
Situated 2 miles outside Rye near the East Sussex coast, the historic Bell at Iden offers just two delightful en-suite guest rooms in a converted stable block. This quiet country inn serves good home-made food using locally sourced produce where possible, and a choice of real ales. Conveniently located for Ashford and the Eurostar (35 minutes drive).
One of England's oldest and loveliest inns, rebuilt in 1420, the Mermaid simply oozes tradition and charm. This famous inn boasts a wide range of accommodation including rooms with four-poster beds and fascinating secret passages! The AA Rosette restaurant serves fine British and French cuisine using only the freshest of local ingredients. For many years The Mermaid has been frequented by artists from the stage and screen: Charlie Chaplin, Pierce Brosnan, Andy Garcia and Johnny Depp to name a few.
This lovely 16th century inn sits at the foot of the famous Mermaid Street in the heart of Rye. Boasting ancient beams and original wooden floors, the Ship serves real ales and cider from the barrel to accompany the traditional homemade food with specials that change daily, from fish and chips to lobster, and from toad in the hole to haunch of venison.
The Bell in the pretty village of Ticehurst is just 15 minutes drive from Batemans, the home of Rudyard Kipling. This unique, quirky and quaint hotel even boasts a silver birch tree in every room! The restaurant serves English cuisine accompanied by an extensive choice of wines and real ales.