The Star Alfriston
The Star Alfriston


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Tel code: 01323 | code search
Postcode: BN26 | code search
Population: 770
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The Star Alfriston
"Good Points: Friendly staff and service was good. General review: Overall good although I would say that the price of the room was a litte high

Date visited: 2010-05-18 ..." More

Sussex Ox
"Lovely country pub with great atmosphere. service excellent with lovely wine list. However, what passed as roast lamb from Pevensy was a very much a disappointment. This was more suited ..." More

Ye Olde Smugglers Inn
"went for sunday lunch and to listen to the jazz brillant food desserts to die for !! made to feel very welcome lovely staff big help with my mother ..." More

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"Stayed at The Star, had a great stay. The new owners were lovely, and very accomodating. Our second night, we decided to eat at The The Tudor House, and just ..." More

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Stayed at The Star, had a great stay. The new ...More

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Alfriston is in the stunning Cuckmere Valley: towns and villages close by include Berwick, Litlington, Selmeston and Wilmington where the impressive "Long Man" can be seen. Eastbourne and the seaside town of Seaford are also close. The jumble of historical buildings in Waterloo Square is the heart of the village. The Clergy House, a 14th Century thatched cottage, is next to the parish church of St Andrews. Visit The Star Inn, a hostel which changed its function in the 1500s and became an Inn. A good day out is Drusilla’s Zoo with a variety of animals from crocodiles to fruit bats and meerkats, it also has a safari train and bouncy castle. The English Wine Centre is a next door, offering tastings of the many fine wines now produced in Sussex. The Village Festival in August has something for everybody, and the village annually hosts a Dickensian evening in December. Whatever your reason for going or however long the visit you’ll enjoy a few days in this Sussex village.


Alfriston Clergy House
Drusillas Park


Safari Britain


St Andrew

Pub and Bar

George Inn
Rose Cottage Inn
Sussex Ox
Ye Olde Smugglers Inn


George Inn
Moonraker's Restaurant
Rose Cottage Inn
Sussex Ox
Tudor House Restaurant


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Alfriston CC (Cricket)
Alfriston Tennis Club (Tennis)


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The Star Alfriston (0.05 miles)

The Star Alfriston

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Built in the 1260's, The Star Alfriston is one of England's oldest hostelries. Set in the idyllic village of Alfriston, the hotel is steps from the South Down's Trail, with easy ... More

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Deans Place Hotel (0.23 miles)

Deans Place Hotel

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With its origins in the 14th century this hotel is situated in one of England’s prettiest villages, set in extensive gardens with a stunning backdrop of the South Downs. An ideal ... More | visit website

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Darwin Cottage (2.77 miles)

Darwin Cottage

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This charming and recently refurbished Grade II listed flint barn conversion is ideally located 7 miles from Eastbourne's traditional seaside attractions – perfect for enjoying the myriad ... More

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The Avondale (3.28 miles)

The Avondale

The Avondale is conveniently situated in the heart of Seaford within walking distance of the wide beaches, excellent sports facilities, restaurants, shops, churches and museums. we have a large dining room which is available for ... More | visit website

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Silverdale Hotel (3.33 miles)

Silverdale Hotel
A warm welcome always awaits you at the Silverdale!
  • We are perfectly situated in the heart of the town
  • First Class home cooking
  • Special diets are catered for
  • Vegetarians are more than welcome
  • There is a ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Eastbourne (Polegate) (3.80 miles)

Premier Inn Eastbourne (Polegate)
Conveniently located for Eastbourne and Polegate train stations. For shops and local amenities, Eastbourne town centre and seafront are only 6 miles away. Local attractions include scenic Beachy Head, Seven Sisters Country Park, Pevensey Castle ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Newhaven (4.36 miles)

Premier Inn Newhaven
An ideal location half a mile from the sea. For business this hotel is situated on Drove Industrial Estate. Newhaven town centre is half a mile away for local shops and amenities or if you ... More | visit website
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Ocklynge Manor (5.26 miles)

Ocklynge Manor

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Ocklynge Manor was awarded 3rd place in "The Independent's 50 Best British Bed & Breakfasts 2007. This 300 year old Grade 2 listed house, sits within a 3/4 acre ... More

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Boship Farm Hotel (5.77 miles)

Boship Farm Hotel

The Boship Farm Hotel is set within 17 acres of beautiful grounds with many features of a lovely 17th century farmhouse forming the core of the hotel. Good food is served in friendly surroundings and ... More | visit website

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Welkin Hall (5.81 miles)

Welkin Hall

The University of Brighton Eastbourne campus offers Single Ensuite rooms in Welkin Halls from early August to mid-September.

Within Welkin Halls bedrooms are grouped into self contained flats with shared kitchen/communal areas. There are laundry facilities ... More | visit website

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