Good Hotel Guide Review
Run with a small, friendly team, this welcoming restaurant-with-rooms occupies an elegant 19th-century house embraced by a colonial-style veranda. The stylish bedrooms are ‘perfection’. Dressed in attractive grey, brown and navy hues, some have a high, metal-framed bed, some a white-panelled bath. Take in the views of the village green and surrounding countryside through prettily shuttered windows, or ask for one of two rooms with a heated balcony. In the candlelit restaurant, chef Matthew Comben’s ‘top-quality’ modern European dinners use seasonal produce from local farms and the South Downs. Breakfast has fruit salad, croissants, home-made jams. Festive terraces (one with heat lamps) have tables and seating. Lounge/bar (extensive gin menu), restaurant (Lunch Thursday to Sunday; dinner Monday to Sunday £29 two courses, £35 three courses. special diets catered for). Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). Background music. 20 mins’ drive from Glyndebourne. Children welcomed. 7 bedrooms (2 with access to balcony). Per room B&B £120–£200. Dinner £35.
£160 Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Special Offer
£160 dinner, bed and breakfast excluding drinks. Sunday to Thursday through for the months of October – December (excl 22nd Dec-31st Dec). Please quote reference GHG17. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.
This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.