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Self-Catering in Lewes

Lewes Townhouse, Lewes, Sussex

Lewes Townhouse
Lansdown Place
Lewes
Sussex

BN7 2BU | View map
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Nestling in the heart of the South Downs National Park, Lewes Townhouse sits in the centre of town and set over three floors. The fully equipped kitchen/diner is on the ground floor. Upstairs is the living room with comfy sofas. TV/DVD and a library of DVD's, a sound system, games for all ages, good books, restful lighting, and a lovely view to the Downs. Next door is bedroom one, a small double with walk in wardrobe. All bedrooms have cotton sheets, plump duvets and pillows, radio and hair-dryer, mirrors and restful lighting. A WC with handbasin is situated on this floor. On the third floor are bedrooms two and three and the bathroom. Bedroom two is a compact double, it can fit two people snugly! Or it can be a large single. Bedroom three is the larger one, and a cot can placed in this room if needed. The bathroom has a good shower, bathtub, heated towel rail, washbasin and WC.

A welcome pack of essentials is provided to help you settle in, if you have any special requests, such as full breakfast items or chilled evening meal, please request this in the Additional Information Box.

A special welcome pack can also be provided if you need to celebrate, such as wine or champagne, extra flowers and chocolate (organic, locally made), birthday cake. A budget will be agreed prior to arrival.

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