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the-times30 best UK Hotels for Winter Weekends.  “The George is a great place to stay …… it dates from 1575, there’s a real fire in the cosy bar, rooms have feature beds and roll-top baths, and there’s a grill restaurant with the best in Sussex produce, including fresh fish”.  To see the full online review click here.

sunday-times-logoThe Sunday Times Top Ten Most Romantic Hotels.  “The owners used to decorate film sets, which explains the theatrical swagger.  We love the free-standing tin baths and the fact that the design feels natural, rather than painstakingly curated.  Downstairs is cosy – and the food is great.”  Click here to read the article

marie-claire-logoGreat British Boltholes.  “This handsome four-star hotel successfully marries the historic and the modern with aplomb.” Follow link for full review

the_sunday_telegraph_besHotel Guru – Fiona Duncan visits The George.
“I wish the Clarkes’ version of the George had been there when I needed it in my youth. But it’s here now, an example of the huge strides that British hotels have made in the past few decades”. See her review here.

olive_logo“I spent the weekend trying to decide which The George does best: great good or fabulous interiors…on climbing into bed, I realised the answer really was both – how many hotels have you stayed at where the bedside book is Larousse Gastronomique?”  Follow link for full review

sunday-times-logoThe best Christmas Hotels.  “A splendidly convivial Hotel”. Follow link for full review.

smith_logoThe first thing we noticed about this 18th-century coaching inn was that the new owners seem to have achieved what few proprietors of these ancient public houses up and down the country have: a modern, redesigned interior that is still sympathetic to the original character of the building”  Follow link for full review

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