Brambletye Hotel
Our Historic Brambletye Hotel

Originally built as a large private hunting lodge when the “Lancaster Great Park” was in existence, The Brambletye didn’t become a hotel until 1866. It still retains that beautiful age old charm, with its' original wooden beams, big open fireplaces and rustic Sussex character.

In the very early 1900’s, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stayed at The Brambletye and, as a complement for an enjoyable stay, has featured the hotel in his Sherlock Holmes novel ‘The Adventures of Black Peter’. A thematic and courteous nod is made to Sherlock Holmes throughout our hotel even today.

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Covid-19 update
05 January - 31 May
The Hotel is still available for room bookings for key workers, essential workers and people who can ...