Reputed to be one of the country's oldest inns, The Star Alfriston offers a unique blend of oak beams, open fires, an intimate atmosphere and traditional hospitality alongside the modern comforts of its well appointed guest accommodation.
Originally built in the 13th century and known as 'The Star of Bethlehem' until at least 1520, the inn was then run by the monks of Battle Abbey who offered shelter to friars and pilgrims on their way to the shrine of St Richard at Chichester.
Today's traveller can be assured of an equally warm welcome right at the heart of the picturesque village of Alfriston. It is ideally located for walking the South Down's Way, visiting Glyndebourne, Eastbourne, vibrant Brighton or for taking the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry. You can also enjoy golf, clay-pigeon shooting and horse riding in the area.
Facilities include the AA-Rosette Capella Restaurant for modern cuisine and a bar serving light meals and snacks. There is free WiFi throughout the property.