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Haven in the heart of Lewes

Kay Andrew has been running Aleberry, her bed and breakfast in the Cliffe area of Lewes, for 10 years. It’s peaceful here in spite of being right in town. The house has two bedrooms on the first floor, which are called The Malt Room and The Barley Room – a nod to the fact that Aleberry is just a stone’s throw from Harveys Brewery. ‘I moved here because of the convenience,’ says Kay. ‘I’m very central in Lewes, which is great for guests as it means that they can get anywhere. There’s a good bus and train service – you can even get a train to Ashford International from Lewes and Gatwick is only about half an hour away. I also have a parking space in front of the house, which is rare in town.’

Valentine's Treats

Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away so there’s still time to organise something special. A couple of nights away at one of Short Stay Lewes’ luxury bed and breakfasts or studios is a great place to start, whether you want to take time out to relax together, ramble or do a bit of local sightseeing. If you are looking for something a bit different to celebrate 14 February while you are here, then The Bluebell Railway is putting on a special Golden Arrow dinner for the most romantic night of the year. You’ll start the evening in the Bessemer Arms, Sheffield Park, with a glass of local Bluebell Vineyard’s rosé sparkling wine and canapes, then climb aboard the train for a three-course dinner

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