Berkeley House

Address: 2 Albion Street, Lewes, East Sussex, England, BN7 2ND , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Albion Street, Lewes, is near Lewes Castle & Barbican House Museum, Anne of Cleves House, Monk's House, and Firle Place.
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      Travel Blogs from Lewes

      Cider Country

      A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 06, 2014

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      After a wonderfully late lie in, and several cups of coffee, we headed out to the charming city of Lewes to sample some of the local drink. The town is roughly 15 miles from Horsted Keynes, through winding lanes which resemble something out of midsommer murders or an Austen novel. I remarked to cousin Mary that I would have been happy to continue driving in this manner all day, but fortunately her good judgement in denying me this pleasure proved to be far ...

      The Cycle for Life begins

      A travel blog entry by cyclingforlife on May 04, 2012

      6 photos

      ... bike as he lost 2 spokes which made it impossible to carry on. Luckily Tom had decided to cycle part of the way with us and they switched so that we could carry on. Tom headed back to Brighton from the nearest Train Station but we couldn’t stop so we carried on mile after mile until we finally reached London. With tired legs and hungry bellies we headed to our Hostel to ...

      31. Remember, Remember the Fifth of November

      A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on Nov 06, 2011

      35 photos

      ... 000 for the evening´s antics, we paused only to rug up before heading straight on in to town to ensure we found a good spot to watch the processions.

      As it is pitch black by 4.30pm, we arrived just in time to see the young upcoming processionists racing burning barrels down the narrow lanes. What followed next can only be described as ridiculous. Burning torches and burning crosses were carried by people from villages around the area. They were dressed ...

      Chilling out in Sussex & London

      A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Feb 20, 2011

      12 photos

      ... a smallish country house with promising write-ups, with the benefit of proximity to Brighton.

      I booked up for Sunday & Monday night, which fitted in rather well with an overnight stay chez Rita & John on the Saturday night, and a celebration of Vicky's XXth birthday. The long weekend started poorly, however. We set off from Rode just after 3pm on Saturday, with the promise of Live Commentary on the Stoke v Brighton FACup game to listen ...


      A travel blog entry by andrenateed on Jul 24, 2010

      5 comments, 20 photos

      Arrived in Coulsdon, via the greater London bus system. It took about 2 hours from Heathrow. Travel via the underground would have involved more changes, and been longer. Amazing, isn't it? We usually think train and underground are quick, but not necessarily so.

      A few days wandering around Coulsdon amused me while I was visiting with the siblings-in-law. I enjoyed just saundering along the main streets of this town. It is, ...