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Winterbourne Lodge, Lewes

East Sussex BN7 1HD

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This development has 32 apartments and bungalows and is set in well maintained shared gardens. An on-site manager looks after the upkeep of the buildings and gardens, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. There is a guest room available for visiting friends and family.

The development is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, with a footpath to the main road, where the bus service runs to the town centre, to and from Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, Uckfield and Haywards Heath.

The town has a variety of shops, pharmacies, and three supermarkets. There is a leisure complex with swimming pool, a bowls club, cricket and football teams, along with many restaurants, hotels and B&B’s.


This estate benefits from a professional Estate Manager Service

To contact this estate direct call Estate Manager: 01273 475387

Other services and facilities include:

  • Car Parking
  • Garden
  • Guest Room
  • Laundry

Local facilities

Lewes is the county town of East Sussex. Lewes Farmers' Market, one of the first in the UK takes place on the first Saturday of every month, with local food producers coming to sell their wares under covered market stalls. There is also a weekly food market in the Lewes Market Tower.

The town's most important annual event is the Lewes Bonfire celebrations on the 5th of November, Guy Fawkes Night. Four miles outside of Lewes is Glyndebourne opera house which hosts the Summer Festival and has attracted a host of international talent throughout its history.

Surrounding countryside and walks

Three Sites of Special Scientific Interest lie within the parish: Lewes Downs, Lewes Brooks and Southerham Works Pit. Lewes Downs is a site of biological interest, an isolated area of the South Downs. The Railway Land nature reserve is on the east side of the town next to the Ouse, and contains an area of woodland and marshes known as the Heart of Reeds.

Countryside walks can be taken starting from several points in Lewes. The South Downs Way rises just below Lewes and hikers often stop off at the town. The Vanguard Way, a long-distance footpath from London to Newhaven, passes through countryside east of the town.

Transport links

The A27 trunk road taking traffic along the south coast between Eastbourne and Southampton passes to the south of the town. The A26 from Maidstone to Newhaven; and the A275 (the London road) both come in from the north. Lewes railway station operates services to Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings and Seaford.

Distance to GP: 1 miles

Distance to shop: 1 miles

Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles

Distance to Post Office: 1 miles