Stayed a Saturday night in June. Pub area really nice and the food and drink was good. The room was very quirky (which we expected, having looked at their website). Shabby chic in a good way. The bathroom was excellent - huge bath. No nets at the windows so you have to have the curtains drawn in the bathroom, which is a bit of an oversight. What was also an oversight was the fire alarm unit which was on the ceiling by the bed. This had an annoying green light which woke us up a couple of times. The breakfast was served at a communal long table with a bench seat (that some less nimble people would struggle with) either side. I did love the reclaimed furniture and quirky antiques etc, and all in all it was a decent night en route to a family gathering on the coast.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bell is a truly quirky hotel and pub in the heart of the village of Ticehurst, East Sussex. Bedrooms in the main building are warm and comfortable, some featuring a copper roll top bath. There are four lodges built around a fire pit in the garden and include the extraordinary Love Nest. The restaurant serves modern British prepared from local and seasonal ingredients, whilst locals gather in the pub for local real ales and a roaring fire in winter. Weddings and celebrations a bit of a speciality. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bell Inn Ticehurst East Sussex