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Report - The Crown Inn Pub, Lewes East Sussex



Chloe Explores

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#1
The Crown Inn comprises a substantial early 17th century former coaching inn arranged as a ground floor bar, hotel reception, kitchen and restaurant areas, 13 letting rooms (seven en suites) and two private flats (four bed and one bed).

The Explore:
I walked past the pub on my own a few weeks ago and saw the gates was open, I then realised the back doors were all open so I just walked in! I have been itching to get in here! And I was stunned at all the rooms I got into. The old oak on the walls made the place feel rather homely which was odd for an abandoned place. The first part of the interior I was greeted by was the gorgeous conservatory. The structure was amazing! I didn’t have my camera on me so hence why my pictures are crap... they was taken on my phone and I didn’t have a torch and the place was almost pitch black! After I had explored downstairs I went to go upstairs however the owner had ran back in to find me... he wasn’t happy, he didn’t know I took any pictures but he told me to leave. I asked to carry on walking around but he wasn’t having none of it. So I left. I was gutted. I wanted to go upstairs but mainly in the basement!

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Yorrick

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#5
Well in! Can't beat a cheeky open door.

No offence, but that watermark is very distracting all over the place like that. It's also pretty pointless as it would take anyone with Photoshop 20 seconds to take it out.

You said yourself the pictures are crap (I don;t think there that bad), so do you think they might get stolen or what?
 

Chloe Explores

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#6
chloe explores hide and seek >
Well in! Can't beat a cheeky open door.

No offence, but that watermark is very distracting all over the place like that. It's also pretty pointless as it would take anyone with Photoshop 20 seconds to take it out.

You said yourself the pictures are crap (I don;t think there that bad), so do you think they might get stolen or what?


I just always put a watermark over any of my photography I post. It’s what I’ve always done and always will :)
 
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