The Lodge at Winchelsea

A Hotel in Winchelsea, East Sussex

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Hastings Road
Winchelsea
East Sussex
England
TN36 4AD

The Lodge at Winchelsea, Winchelsea

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Our friendly staff look forward to welcoming you to The Lodge at Winchelsea. We offer a modern relaxed atmosphere where excellent quality meets excellent value.

The Lodge at Winchelsea offers 4 Star Guest Accommodation with something for everyone including a modern bar fabulous food and great accommodation all at very attractive prices. Stylish bar and restaurant and comfortable en-suite bedrooms supplemented by delicious home cooked food. The Lodge at Winchelsea is surrounded by beautiful countryside 1 mile from the sea.

Situated alongside the A259 Hastings to Rye Road it blends into the beautiful rural greenery of one of the Cinque Port towns Winchelsea the smallest town in England and only 3 miles from Rye is at the heart of this historic part of England. It is an ideal place to stay whatever the reason for your visit. All 28 rooms (8 located on ground floor level with full disabled access) are en suite and have personal tea and coffee making facilities hairdryers and flat screen TVs.

There is ample free on-site car parking for all guests and free hi-speed Wi-Fi throughout. We have a private function room for meetings or parties which has its own separate entrance and smoking area.

4 star rating

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Room Facilities
DVD player
Non-smoking
Direct dial phone
Colour television
Tea and coffee making facilities
Wireless internet connection
Hairdryer
Desk with lamp

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wedding services
Restaurant
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)
Baggage store
Lounge

Parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities
The contemporary restaurant can seat up to 50 and offers a whole host of traditional dishes. There is something for everyone's taste and budget from kids menus snacks and light bites right to 3 course a La Carte - All at great prices. Pets are not permitted in the Lodge restaurant or inside public areas. The entire restaurant & bar can be booked for private functions or weddings and we can cater for 80 for a formal dinner or 120+ for a buffet.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Winchelsea Court Hall Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Camber Castle - 1.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Lamb House - 2.5 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Rye Castle Museum - 2.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Rye Art Gallery - 2.7 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Hastings Fishermen's Museum - 6.4 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Northiam, St Mary - 6.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Brede High Woods - 6.7 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Great Dixter Gardens - 7 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Hastings Museum - 7.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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