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Lewes is the County Town of East Sussex nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Steeped in History and Tradition, Lewes proudly retains its market town charm and character whilst catering for modern life. The High Street features an array of shops, restaurants, and pubs, a cinema, leisure centre with indoor swimming pool and gym, the Pells open air swimming pool, and of course Lewes is home to Harveys Brewery.

Lewes is great for road and rail links with a mainline Railway Station offering regular, direct trains to London Victoria (1h 10m). The A27/A23 road networks passes close by with easy access to the cosmopolitan city of Brighton&Hove with its established theatres and traditional seaside attractions, Gatwick airport and Eastbourne .

Lewes is a popular home for families with many public Green Spaces such as the beautiful Grange Gardens and well referred schools catering for all ages from Nursery, to a Tertiary College with many popular Primary Schools, Priory Secondary School, and Lewes Old Grammar School.

Amongst the twittens and cobbled streets you will find the local architecture varies from traditional Victorian, elegant Georgian townhouses, some featuring mathematical tiles, a selection of Tudor properties but also some award winning modern homes. You will also discover Lewes Castle, Anne of Cleves House and the Priory Ruins.

Lewes also accommodates many local sports facilities including Lewes Rugby Club, Lewes Football Club, Golf Course, Cricket Club, Tennis Club and Athletics Club.

Surrounding Lewes and the Ouse Valley you will find many quaint and picturesque villages with stunning Downland and River Walks, where you can hire rowing boats for an outing along the river Ouse from the Anchor Pub at near by Barcombe.