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Wingrove House Alfriston

Wingrove House Alfriston – Bringing a touch of style to Sussex

Wingrove House Alfriston is a stunning 19th century Colonial-style country house and a jewel set in the historical, picturesque Sussex village.

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Exterior of Wingrove House, Alfriston - Wingrove House

Delicious food for all occasions

The Sussex restaurant serves modern British food and is open for eveninig meals seven days a week. Light lunches are also served Mondays to Saturdays with traditional roast option available on Sunday lunches.Wingrove House ALfristonThe restaurant has a bright and spacious feel with beautiful views over the outdoor terrace, gardens and village church on the Tye. Working with local suppliers and where possible organic produce, the menu reflects a love of fresh and seasonal ingredients.Wingrove House Alfriston

Choose to dine… or lounge at Wingrove House

The relaxing Lounge Bar area is a perfect space for coffee and drinks, aperitifs and digestifs, and offers modern bar snacks for those not wanting a full dining experience. Their Head Chef, Mathew Comben formally from the Hungry Monk (the birthplace of Banoffie Pie) joined the Wingrove House in 2012 and has made a name for himself with his seasonally inspired menus.

Wingrove House Alftriston

A beautiful outdoor terrace overlooking the garden is an obvious attraction in the warmer months and is the perfect spot to enjoy their afternoon tea. The lounge bar and outdoor terrace are also open daily.

Outside table at Wingrove House, Alfriston

Wingrove serves a light lunch from Monday to Saturday from 12pm until 4pm. A 2/3 course evening menu is then served from 6pm – 9pm daily (with service ending at 8pm on Sunday’s) and a Sunday roast lunch menu served 12pm – 2.30pm.

Wingrove House Alfriston

Why not stay the night?

Wingrove House Alfriston also has beautiful accommodation in 12 luxury bedrooms, a perfect retreat for overnight stays after a dinner, or for longer mini-breaks for those wanting a comfortable retreat in which to explore Sussex away from the busier and more obvious choices of Brighton or Eastbourne.

Room at Wingrove Sussex


  1. Tom

    A lovely hotel in the picturesque village of Alfriston. The restaurant serves classic dishes that are well worth the visit. The lounge bar is a great place to enjoy a drink while you wait for your table

  2. Emma Harrel

    Wingrove House was a fantastic dining experience. I loved their lounge area where we enjoyed a drink next to the open fire. The food in their beautiful restaurant was delicious.

  3. Sarah Wimms

    A real surprise and a complete experience in the sleepy village of Alfriston. A place to visit on a summers evening perhaps or if you have a little more time, why not combine it with a walk around the village or the South Downs. Bistro classics and a warm welcome. Highly recommended.

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