Lewes Priory

Lewes priory is in the south of Lewes. Driving and parking is tight in Lewes, but the priory is walking distance from the railway station. The priory grounds were re-opened to the public in November 2010.

  • Ruined - Yes, but chapel, dorter and reredorter walls still standing
  • Castle - No
  • Parking - Limited parking in town of Lewes or walking distance from Lewes train station
  • Refreshments - Pubs, Cafes, tearooms in Lewes
  • Bathrooms - Public bathrooms in Lewes
  • Public Access - Open to the public year round
  • Location - Lewes is on the A27, about 7 miles Northeast of Brighton. The priory is just off Cockshut Road in Lewes.
  • Official web site http://www.lewespriory.org.uk


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