Hotel Pelham House Lewes
Pelham House Hotel in Lewes is a beautiful 16th century town house hotel near Brighton in East Sussex, that has been exquisitely restored to create a stylish venue, which combines elegance and history. And it is only 10 minutes away from Brighton by car or train and on the direct line to London and Gatwick airport.
Hotel The White Hart Lewes
The White Hart Hotel, Lewes, is an historic coaching Inn with Tudor origins situated right in the center of Lewes, the County town of East Sussex.
Alongside the celebrated 18th century chef William Verrall, who originally owned the hotel from 1737 to 1760 and whose recipe book remains in print today, the hotel was also frequently visited by Thomas Paine, the notorious revolutionary whose radical policies inspired the American Declaration of Independence, and who formed the ‘Headstrong club’ which met regularly in the hotel’s Sheriff and Tudor rooms.