STAY - ALFRISTON
The Smugglers Inn
Once home to the infamous smuggler, Stanton Collins, now home to good beer, great food and a warm and cosy vibe. Built in 1358, The Smugglers is a charming slice of old England. Set in the heart of the picturesque village of Alfristion, the Smugglers upon first inspection gives no clue to the untrained eye of the mischief and plotting that once creaked it floorboards. We invite you to smuggle yourself down, for just a beer, or if you like stay for a few nights.
Spacious studio apartment in pretty country cottage. Beautiful gardens. Self-catering or bed and breakfast (organic). Own parking bay. Close to village centre, pubs and restaurants.
t: 01323 870447
Originally built as a family home in the mid 19th century, this recently refurbished colonial-style house is now a relaxed and stylish destination in the beautiful and historic village of Alfriston, East Sussex. Run by a small team, offering a personal and friendly service, with airy verandas, candlelit bar and brasserie and pretty rooms, it's a real antidote to the rush and bustle, yet just over an hour from London.
Deans Place Hotel
Traditional country house hotel sits handsomely in its own 4 acres of gardens with the beautiful Sussex Downs as its backdrop. Available for accommodation, restaurant and weddings.
Our country B&B nestles in a small hamlet in a peaceful fold of the Sussex Downs. Just over two miles from Alfriston, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty next to the South Downs Way, the location is hard to beat. Close to several cosy country pubs serving excellent lunches and evening meals. Three spacious rooms, two king-size doubles and a twin, all with private en-suites, and a full English breakfast is included. Bo-peep Farmhouse sits alongside the ‘Old Coach Road’ which runs from Firle to Alfriston, it’s an ideal base for walkers, runners and cyclists. There’s plenty of off-road parking and safe cycle storage, so you can forget using the car for a few days. There are two excellent Pub/Restaurant a gentle stroll away and several others within a five minute drive.
There is an excellent Pub/Restaurant a gentle stroll away and several others within a five minute drive.
Martlets is a two bedroom self-catering apartment with two bathrooms, a large garden and two patios.
It is situated on Broadway, in the village of Alfriston, and has lovely panoramic views across the valley to the Downs.
t: 01323 870451
The Star Inn
Our much-loved and historic inn has played host to pilgrims, travellers and even royalty across the centuries, and with three roaring fires, oak beams and an original medieval interior, come and be transported back in time…
The George Inn
The George is exactly what you would expect and want from an 'Old English Inn.' First licensed in 1397, it sits in the heart of this beautiful Downland Conservation. The emphasis at The George is on relaxation..... Great food, well kept beers, a super wine list and a friendly welcome await.
Danny Cottage - Self Catering
A grade II listed and was formally owned by the National Trust but has been sympathetically restored, furnished and equipped to the highest standard. Danny sleeps 5 (6 in a squeeze) in three bedrooms and has two full bathrooms and a toilet and basin downstairs.
The cottage is in a quiet position with 1/3rd of an acre of garden and rough woods with badgers, pheasants and rabbits.
The location is a 10 minute walk from the heart of Alfriston at the foot of the Downs with The Southdowns Way and the Vanguard Way just up the road.
Children and dogs are welcome and there are two TVs and WiFi. Perfect for a relaxing holiday, walking, cycling and exploring.
Alfriston Woodland Cabins
Our architect designed woodland cabins are situated on a hillside overlooking the Cuckmere valley, a short walk from the village centre and close to the South Downs Way. They are set in small private woods, with firepits for outdoor cooking, hammocks to relax in and surrounded by an abundance of wildlife.
Wishing Well Cottage
Your home away from home luxury self-catering cottage. Ideally situated for the Southdowns or for a visit to Glyndebourne Opera House. Arriving at Wishing Well Cottage you will realise that you have arrived somewhere special.
Step foot into your cosy sitting room, complete with inglenook fireplace and log burning stove, ideal for those chilly winter nights. Comfy settees and armchairs invite you to kick off your shoes, sit back and relax. Wander upstairs and you will find two delightful double rooms, each with its own bathroom complete with roll top bath overlooking the garden or if you prefer large showers to wash away your cares.
On those warm balmy summer evenings why not eat outside on the patio or just relax in the delightful garden.
t: 01323 482455
The Dene is a grade II listed house in beautiful Alfriston, offering accommodation for up to 12 guests. A lovely open plan kitchen and dining room, large conservatory and private walled garden make it ideal for one-off celebrations or the perfect base to explore the South Downs
Hall Court Farm
Hall Court Farm is a lovely Georgian farmhouse full of character and situated in a very peaceful location between Firle to the South , Ripe to the North and Alfriston to the East. The spacious, beautifully furnished rooms have exceptional views across the farmland to the Downs.
Full English breakfast served between – 7.00am and 10.00am
Charming guest house just a few minutes walk by pathway to Alfriston, great hospitality, four recently renovated rooms all with en suite, TV DVD, tea/coffee facilities, adequate parking, children very welcome. The house is situated in a very peaceful location surrounded by fields and enjoys breathtaking views across the Cuckmere valley and the South Downs.