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Pelham House has teamed up with Plumpton races to offer you this amazing package from just  £110 per room per night.

Arrive at Pelham House to drop your bags off, take the train to Plumpton races and enjoy a great afternoon with a few drinks. Then arrive back to Pelham House for a delicious dinner and a comfortable nights sleep in one of our boutique rooms. In the morning wake up to our award winning hearty full English breakfast.

http://www.pelhamhouse.com/offers/
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Come along to our Wedding Showcase on Sunday 26th January, Sunday 2nd February & Sunday 16th February between 9am and 4pm to find out more about getting married in our award winning four star hotel in Lewes.
http://www.pelhamhouse.com/weddings/
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WEDDING DEAL ALERT: Special Pelham House March Wedding Package
£6999.00 (Inclusive of VAT)
Based on 60 adult guests attending your Ceremony & Wedding Breakfast & and additional 40 adult guests attending your Evening Reception.

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http://www.pelhamhouse.com/uploads/PDF/Wedding%20offer.pdf

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We are pleased to announce that Pelham House Hotel won the Silver for small hotel of the year at the Beautiful South awards! pic.twitter.com/77GTU14JxU
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We're looking forward to welcoming all the Vintage cars to the South Coast this weekend - fingers crossed the weather holds for all the plucky participants!

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Brighton's annual contemporary craft and design fair MADE BRIGHTON opens its doors from 22 to 24 November in the Brighton Dome and is once again expecting thousands of visitors.

Combine a luxury stay at Pelham House with this inspiring event for the perfect weekend getaway to #brighton   #madebrighton   #pelhamhouse  
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Latest Wedding Showcase at Pelham House Hotel

Come along to our Wedding Showcase on Sunday 23rd March and Sunday 6th April  between 9am and 4pm to find out more about getting married in our award winning four star hotel in Lewes.
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Mothers Day at Pelham House - 30th March 2014
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Celebrate Mothering Sunday at Pelham House with mouthwatering food in our restaurant and great bedroom offers. Our special 3 Course Mothering Sunday Lunch or Dinner is just £24.95 for adults and £12.95 for children.
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Treat your loved one on Valentine's Day with a romantic getaway to Pelham House with a special 3 course meal in our restaurant.  Standard Double Rooms are from £139 per night!

Or if you live near by you can also join us for a special romantic feast!

http://www.pelhamhouse.com/news/14/62/Valentine-s-Day/ #valentinesdayoffers  
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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at #Pelhamhouse
Explore our New Years Celebrations including our Dinner Dance spectacular!
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We were delighted to see Lewis Moody last Friday here at #Pelham House for the Rugby Club's Annual Winter Dinner:

http://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/sport/rugby/lewis-visits-lewes-england-rugby-legend-lewis-moody-is-guest-speaker-at-winter-dinner-1-5717932
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LEWES BONFIRE PROCESSION - A COMPLETE SUCCESS
Thanks to everyone who made the 2013 Lewes Bonfire Procession a success! Check out these amazing pictures from the BBC news website http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-24828478
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St Andrew's Ln Lewes BN7 1UW United Kingdom
Saint Andrew's LaneGBLewesBN7 1UW
+44 1273 488600pelhamhouse.com
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Beautiful 16th century hotel near Brighton in East Sussex. Exquisitely restored to create a stylish place to stay, wedding venue and conference centre which combines elegance and history.
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Boutique-style rooms in a chic 16th-century townhouse hotel with meeting facilities and fine dining.- Google
"Would love to come back as it was so picturesque and spend more time here."
"I therefore thought I would have a "cosy" stay."
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Yvette Marin
8 months ago
I booked two months before my arrival, for 3 noghts, a "cosy double room" whose picture was very appelaing, for 189£/ night. I therefore thought I would have a "cosy" stay. When I arrived, I was roughly told that I had booked for 2 nights t(fortunately I had my confirmation with me). No room was ready for me. Then, I was taken to an annexe, above the parking place, into a quite gloomy place worth half a star. I refused that room, then was shown another ramshackle room above the kitchens, with a continual noise from the kitchen ventilators. Finally, I was given a small room overlooking the street, with works going on. No proper curtain.The small room had an amazing large bed, so no space at all for your suitcase or your belongings. A ridiculously small wardrobe with an ironing board in it, so you couldn't use it for your clothers. And neither for ironing, because unless you put the ironing board ON the bed, there was no space for it. The bathroom was roughle one square meter, you had harldly any room to stand and was. Yhe shower was old and rusty and worked badly. The hotel holds weddings and other venues, and is therefore loud, without no proper lounge where to escape the noise, or rest peacefully. This hotel is to be avoided by all means. It is one of my worst experience !
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Megan Walker
9 months ago
Gorgeous hotel. Only stayed for one night and left early in the morning. Would love to come back as it was so picturesque and spend more time here.
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Chris Brown
a year ago
Wonderful
A Google User
4 years ago
I booked a room for my partner's birthday and a mini 1 day honeymoon (after not having one around our wedding.) From arrival and a complementary glass of bubbly, to checking out the whole experience was truly lovely. I don't have one single complaint. I should start with the room, an executive 1 bed, with views from windows across the southdowns, cliff & the beautiful garden of the house. The room had a beautiful 4 poster bed, exquisite wallpaper and was decorated perfectly, what a treat! However the real star of the show was the bathroom, which was huge and had right in the middle a freestanding bath, which was deep and comfy and the room was filled with light from more large sash window with divine views of Lewes and the southdowns. The gardens were huge and we found a little corner with a wrought iron love seat and spent a few hours drinking G&Ts while the sun went down. We didn't eat in the hotel as we wanted to explore other lovely places that we knew Lewes held to eat and drink. We chose The Eating Company which was delicious and well worth the reasonable prices. Finally our breakfast in the morning was really lovely, I had eggs Florentine, a croissant and a yoghurt and my partner had the smoked salmon scrambled eggs, which he said were very good. The stay was just brilliant and by far the best hotel I have ever stayed in. Thank you to all the staff who made our stay so special and to Ivana who helped me with the booking.
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Joel Kirstein
2 months ago
I stayed for a corporate event. Lovely location and convenient to get to, but the room was noisy as it was in the mews house. Food was average.
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Debbie Banse
6 months ago
Terrible service both before and during my Royal Afternoon Tea wedding reception. Parking spaces booked but not available, incorrect number of guests catered for, waited 20 minutes for tea/coffee etc to accompany the meal which was only served after intervention of a couple of my guests. Great venue, good food but forget any kid of service level.
A Google User
5 years ago
Pleasant bar area with attentive staff. Dining experience enhanced with display of eye catching art. Food slightly over spiced but an interesting menu with reasonable range of wines. However your 'yes happy to receive news of offers and events' email address may be circulated on an open email to other customers.
A Google User
7 years ago
Although the decor is good, and rooms were reported by colleagues to be of a good standard, the food is not. We heard that the Circa crew had returned, so booked a table for lunch with great anticipation. The Circa chef was one of the best we've encountered. They only had three umbrellas, all taken and the day was hot, so we opted to sit by an open window in the beautiful dining room, overlooking the terrace and the gardens. Unfortunately, a guest dining just outside the window decided to smoke, and the breeze blew the smoke over us. That set the scene for something kin to Fawlty Towers, minus the charm. The waiter tipped the tray when delivering our drinks, and most of a glass of wine landed on my (new) linen blouse. I was offered 'paper' to mop up, but no offer of dry cleaning. When the replacement was brought, my spritzer had been made with lemonade. 'Sorry, the bottles are the same colour', the waiter said. The menu looked like Circa's. Similar wording, similar ingredients, we thought. What a mistake. Scallops were fine to start, apart from a dressing drizzle with the texture and taste of marmalade. But the confit of duck with wilted pak choi was dreadful. The pak choi had not been drained, and the plate was swimming with water, mixed in with the jus. There were rings of sweet potato the skins of which were like armour-plating. The duck was just about OK... but looked unappetising, as though it had been tipped out of a plastic bag. The skin had been left fatty and pale. What a disappointment. Cost, two courses, one spritzer (no they didnt offer to get me a drink as a courtesy!) one glass of house wine, two coffees, £51.00. I wont be going back.
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