Famous for its annual bonfire night, Lewes is home to medieval streets, old English churches and tiny twittens. More than 1,000 years old, Lewes Castle is a fantastic place to visit, as is the townhouse of Anne of Cleves. Perfect for exploring by foot, Lewes is a great base for nearby excursions.

Anne of Cleves House

Anne of Cleves House Museum Southover High Street, Lewes
Anne of Cleves House formed part of Anne’s annulment settlement from Henry VIII in 1540. The House is a wonderful example of a late medieval timber framed building. The earliest parts date from the late 1400’s, and there were further additions up until the 17th century.
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