Tickets for Glyndebourne Festival 2018 go on sale to the general public on 4 March. With operas such as Madame Butterfly, Giulio Cesare, Der Rosenkavalier, Saul, Vanessa and Pelleas et Melisande lined up for this year’s programme, there’s bound to be lots of demand. So if you’re going to have your fingers at the ready to book online or by telephone next week, why not book somewhere to stay as well because the best rooms are filling up fast.
Short Stay Lewes has luxury bed and breakfasts as well as self-catering studios and properties near Glyndebourne opera house, so take your pick from our town houses or village locations depending on whether you want to be in the buzz of Lewes or take time out to enjoy a rural break. And with so much on offer to visit around the county, such as National Trust gardens and properties, Brighton Pavilion, the i360, Charleston and lots of award-winning vineyards, it’s a great idea to make a short break of it and stay a few nights to enjoy more of what East Sussex has to offer.
Let Short Stay Lewes be your accommodation guide because you can see instantly which properties have availability for your Glyndebourne visit. And if you book your bed and breakfast or studio at the same time as you book your opera tickets, then you can relax knowing your trip is all sorted. Furthermore, you can be sure you have found the best places to stay for Glyndebourne on Short Stay Lewes because lots of our luxury bed and breakfasts are ranked the best and in the top 10 on TripAdvisor.