The Eight Bells

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Bolney, West Sussex

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West Sussex
RH17 5QW

The Eight Bells, Bolney

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Accommodation Description:

Was and Emma look forward to welcoming you to the Eight Bells Bed and Breakfast in the beautifully restored oak framed character cottage, built approximately 500 years ago. It is situated between the Eight Bells Pub and Restaurant and St Mary Magdelene Church and has recently been awarded an AA 4 Star Rating.

The Eight Bells Bed and Breakfast has been recently refurbished and offers 3 en suite rooms. All bedrooms are bright, airy and superbly furnished and have colour televisions and luxury en-suite bathrooms, with under floor heating. Because of the age of the building each room as its very own individual character.

There is a guest lounge, offering a quite place to relax. There are a selection of books and games for your amusement and plenty of local information on what do to and where to go in and around Bolney. The Eight Bells Pub and Restaurant is but a few feet away, affording a comfortable and welcoming place to take breakfast.

Lunch and evening meals are available and it is strongly advised that you book in advance as it can get extremely busy, especially at weekends. We are situated conveniently just of the A272 and A23 within easy reach of Brighton and Gatwick. We also offer free WiFi – code available on check-in.

We only offer non-smoking accommodation.

 4 star rating

From: £35.00

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