Best Lewes hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Lewes hostel

  • If you are interested in Lewes hostels that are well located within the town and give you easy access to the nearby tourist attractions, then we recommend the Chez Jo B&B. It is an area of Lewes that offers plenty of bars and restaurants for you to visit, including the highly rated Chaula’s Indian Restaurant and a Caffe Nero. It is also conveniently close to Lewes Castle and Barbican House Museum, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Lewes, as well as the Glyndebourne Opera House and the AMEX stadium. It is only 8 miles to Brighton and the train there is fast and affordable.
  • If you are looking for Lewes hostels that are suitable for travellers with reduced mobility or a disability, then we recommend the YHA South Downs hostel. It is a 5-min walk from the South Down Railway Station, and it is only 8min on the train to the centre of Lewes. The hostel has rooms with up to 6 bunks, but also offers some shared and private rooms with ensuite bathrooms. The building is wheelchair accessible, the bathrooms have lowered sinks and toilets with grab rails, making your stay all the more comfortable.
  • If you are interested in finding Lewes hostels that are ideal for couples looking for a romantic break away, then we are happy to recommend Montys Accommodation, as it is one of the preferred destinations for couples. It has a cosy fireplace and WiFi, so if the weather is bad outside, you can relax inside with your partner. It is only 400 metres from Lewes Castle and Barbican House Museum, and there are plenty of restaurants nearby where you can grab a bite to eat. The rooms have ensuites and the accommodation offers garden views, as well as being close to the South Downs National Park where you and your partner can go hiking or sightseeing.

Where to stay in Lewes?

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