Oast house with one cowl converted into a dovecote. Many oast houses in the Sussex and Kent countryside have been converted into homes. An Oast house or hop kiln is a building designed for kilning (drying) hops as part of the brewing process.
Keere Street, Lewes, Sussex, a few steps away from the Tom Paine Chapelm, and with stunning views to the South Downs. The Prince of Wales (later George IV) reputedly once drove a coach and four down the street.
This is Lamb House in Rye, East Sussex, England. It was the home of writer Henry James and later E.F Benson who renamed the house 'Mallards' in his Mapp and Lucia novels and spoke lovingly of the house and garden. the house is open to the public and many
Lewes, UK by S l a w e k - Enchantedengland: Lewes is one of the loveliest towns you will ever discover…there’s the fifteenth century bookstore, the Anne of Cleves house, excellent antique shops, and a castle