Crown Inn

Address: 191 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, England, BN7 2NA, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 191 High 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

      Road trip to Charleston House in Bloomsbury

      A travel blog entry by suebrad on Sep 27, 2013

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      Drove from Billingshurst to Burgess Hill to a favourite woollen garments factory outlet call Wool Overs. Normally order from this place on line, but had a hands on look at all their beautiful knitwear and even got them to ship a couple of items home to me in Wagga. Interesting rest of the day exploring the house occupied by Vanessa Bell (Virginia ...

      A Tale of Two Heroes....

      A travel blog entry by corinna_andrew on Nov 13, 2011

      15 photos

      ... any photos from inside the house... although we didn't notice any signs telling us that we weren't allowed to take photos (presumably there are signs, but we missed them) when we tried to take a sneaky-ish photo (assuming that we weren't allowed!) we were politely stopped by one of the curators. At least he explained to us why - the first reason was that if people took their own photos, they wouldn't buy the ...

      Halloween and Bonfire Night

      A travel blog entry by jadetom on Nov 06, 2011

      19 photos

      ... of the world. The event marks not only the uncovering of Guy Fawkes' gunpowder plot but also commemorates the memory of seventeen Protestant martyrs burnt at the stake for their faith.

      While researching the event I came across a quote from the Daily Telegraph which describes the event perfectly: Imagine a head-on collision of Halloween and Mardi Gras and you're well on your way to picturing Bonfire Night, Lewes style – barrels ...

      Lewes, England, not Delaware

      A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Oct 28, 2010

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      ... along cute, old streets.

      After that, we drove to the coast and stopped at a few seaside towns, including Eastbourne and Brighton. The sea was a crisp blue and the coastal highway was lined with rolling meadows manicured by grazing sheep. Another noticeable thing about the coastal highway, and all other non-major roads I saw, was that there were no shoulders. The grass, trees, fence, or whatever was on the side of the road came right up to ...

      End of the bus tour

      A travel blog entry by quirky on Jun 19, 2010

      ... the Cosmos rep is a Gestapo officer who marches us onto the bus and will brook no questions. Up until now we've only had a few quibbles about the Cosmos service; by and large we've been happy. But this is really disappointing - being treated like cattle once the tour is over. So we and up near Hammersmith and then have to haul our luggage over to the tube station. Being novices on the London underground, we finally work out where to go and what tube to catch and get stung ...