The Blacksmiths Arms is set in a rural village on the main A275, 1 mile North of Lewes, in the direction of Chailey.
22 spaces located at the rear of the premises.
No allocated disabled spaces.
Access to car park via slope from road.
On leaving, turn left for your safety and turn round 100m up the road.
Access to Pub/Restaurant:
2 steps to front door, 1 step to Residents/Accommodation entrance and 4 steps from car park with hand rail.
4 letting rooms accessed by means of stairs with 14 treads and hand rail to one side.
All bedrooms are double-bedded with en-suite bathrooms, shower over bath.
Access to bathrooms on the same level as bedrooms.
Tea/coffee making facilities and flat screen TV. Broadband/WiFi connection possible.
Restaurant/Bar. No separate lounge area. Breakfast is served in the pub/restaurant on the ground floor. Inglenook fireplace with real log/coal fires, and full central heating in bedrooms and all public areas.
No wheelchair access.
One Ladies, one Disabled and One Gents (2 cubicles) on the ground floor.
4 tables on the terrace adjoining the car park.
There are “In case of Fire” instructions posted on the back of guest room doors.
Leaflets on local attractions/places of interest available.
The Blacksmiths Arms