Originally a large farming estate, Deans Place Country Hotel, Alfriston was converted into a private hotel in the early 20th century. The estate has since evolved into a highly respected Sussex Hotel and Restaurant that combines heritage charm with impeccable service and tranquillity.
Deans Place Hotel today occupies a beautiful piece of the Sussex countryside – between the sea and the rolling hills of the South Downs - set on the banks of the Cuckmere River and surrounded by four acres of lush gardens.
The idyllic position offers exhilarating contrasts; the bustle of a village high street, dinner alfresco on a summer's evening, afternoon tea in a Victorian garden or supper before a crackling log fire.
At Deans Place Country Hotel, is just step away from the unspoilt 14th-century village of Alfriston and a short ride from historic bustling Lewes with its grand castle, and the seaside resorts of Brighton and Eastbourne. For music lovers, the hotel is just a few miles from Glyndebourne where in summer a season of world-class opera can be enjoyed.