Sussex village hotel goes up for rental

A Sussex village hotel on the edge of the South Downs has been put up for let.

The 16th century George Hotel - a former coaching inn and one of the first of its kind - is situated in Henfield.

First established in 1578, parts of the historic High Street building are more than 440 years old.

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The hotel has 10 ensuite letting rooms - many with original beams - a 24-cover dining area, main bar, front bar and pool room.

The George Hotel, Henfield, has gone up for rental

Leisure property specialists Fleurets is inviting rental offers for a new ‘free of tie’ lease.

Fleurets divisional director Nick Earee said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to let a well-established hotel that also offers a range of other amenities.

“This would suit an experienced hotelier or restaurateur looking to expand their portfolio or move on to their next business venture.

“There is scope to develop a quality food and accommodation-led offer in an affluent area which also attracts many visitors.”

The 16th century hotel retains many of its original beams