We have had a busy summer here at White Lodge B&B Lewes, guests have enjoyed staying with us and have continued to vote us as the number one bed and breakfast for Lewes for another year. An accolade that Martin and I are immensely proud off as we have held it since our third month of opening in February 2015 gaining us a 2017 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
We have welcomed new and returning guests this summer to our boutique B&B in the beautiful Sussex countryside. East Sussex is packed with interesting things to do and see. Here are a few ideas if you would like to stay with us in September and October this year. To check availability call us on +44 1273 400151 or email us at email@example.com. or you can check availability and book online at whitelodgesussex.com
Many guests have enjoyed the delights of The Glyndebourne Festival and we are taking bookings now for the autumn tour. This runs from the 7th October to the 2nd December 2017. The Glyndebourne Tour delivers more world-class opera on stage and on screen in autumn 2017 to venues across the country, including Glyndebourne, Milton Keynes, Canterbury, Norwich, Woking and Plymouth.On stage will be two of the world’s most beloved operas – Il barbiere di Siviglia and Così fan tutte– and Brett Dean’s new Hamlet, after its world premiere at Festival 2017. You can book tickets direct on the Glyndebourne website and your luxury B&B accommodation at White Lodge Sussex with a click of a mouse!
Guests have also enjoyed the delights of Charleston. In1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant along with their unconventional household moved to Charleston. Carried by love, life, art and friendship, Bell and Grant challenged conventions and transformed Charleston from a typical Sussex farmhouse into a decorative masterpiece and vibrant artists’ garden.Visit Charleston and step into the only complete Bloomsbury interior in the world and let us tell you the stories of the remarkable people who lived, visited and worked at Charleston.
The house and gardens are open until the 29th October 2017 or why not visit the
Charleston Small Wonder Short Story Festival – runs from 27 Sept to 1 Oct, Charleston’s annual celebration of short stories in all their different shapes and guises. Book a house tour recommended by guests!
A visit to Lewes Castle is a must, its the third most popular thing to do as voted by guests on Trip Advisor. Then drop down to Southover Grange Gardens below the castle for a wander around the fabulous gardens a delight whatever the time of year.
Then there is the truly magnificent autumn display at nearby National Trust property of Sheffield Park or go for a ride back in time of the Bluebell Railway! Walk the South Downs and make sure you meander down the Seven Sisters country park through the Cuckmere Haven to the sea for a refreshing walk on the beach.
or the delights of The Brighton Pavilion!
Autumn is going to be fun........!