Lewes in East Sussex in the South of England is an historic county town.
Lewes nestles into the South Downs not far from its much larger and busier neighbour, Brighton and is packed with history, charm and character.
It was the site of the Battle of Lewes (May 14) 1264, boasts a Castle, a Priory (remains of), the Anne of Cleves House and many other historic buildings.
If you need a hotel, B&B, guest house or holiday let then Lewes has plenty. For a list, please take a look through my directory.
There are always events and exhibitions happening in Lewes with plenty of pubs and restaurants to visit if you are coming to stay.
Lewes Bonfire night website
Please check out my microsite for Lewes bonfire night.
It's packed with useful information about the Lewes bonfire societies, looking after your pets on bonfire night, how to get to Lewes on November 5th, advice for visitors, the firework code and other general bonfire information and photographs.
Charleston & the Bloomsbury Group
Please check out my microsite for the Bloomsbury Group and Charleston Farmhouse.
It's packed with useful information about the Bloomsbury Group, it's members and Charleston House.
It also has a great book shop dedicated to the Bloomsbury Group and Charleston Farmhouse books. Check it out now!