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Positives :great location, clean rooms, good breakfast and friendly staff Negatives, no parking at the hotel ( as disclosed ), it is under construction, noisy bar right behind hotel, musty hallway, not wheel chair accesible
they gave us a sea view because it was my mum's 80th birthday the staff were lovley breakfast was excellent buck fizz all you could eat quality products the bar was really relaxed would definitely stay again
Pleasant place to stay Near al the amenities and public transport . Host was extremely helpful and pleasant.
Very clean room. The property looks like it was refurbished fairly recently and is very well maintained. Breakfast was excellent, lots of choice and quick service from the attentive hosts. Only negative really was that I didn't notice until the second night that the radiator right next to the bed ...
friendly lady welcomed me in and then showed us good place to park. room was cosy and quiet. shower worked good no complaints very good room and cheapest I could find.
The room was spacious and comfortable. The four poster bed was just perfect with an assortment of pillows to keep anyone comfortable, no matter how you sleep. It's well located, right near the beach and very close to shops, restaurants and transport. I have only two points of constructive criticism. ...
There are a number of adventure sport hotels in East Sussex that are perfectly located for those looking for a more adrenaline-fuelled holiday, partaking in some of the activities the area has to offer. There is a choice of stylish, luxury hotels and more budget-friendly inns and guesthouses so you can be sure to choose accommodation that's right for you, no matter what you plan to do on your break.
Adventure sport hotels naturally attract different types of visitor depending on the location and type of activities on offer. In East Sussex, thanks to the coastal location and beautiful countryside, adventure sport hotels attract everyone from hikers to surfers, with plenty of others in between.
When choosing your hotel, consider the type of activity you'll be doing during your stay. Surfers will likely want a hotel close to the beach and may pick from the many guesthouses and hostels in the local seaside towns. Ramblers may well want an out-of-town hotel with accessible hiking routes nearby and plenty of amenities within the hotel itself. If your chosen activity is likely to leave you in need of some rest and relaxation at the end of an energetic day, you may wish to consider a more luxury hotel with spa facilities to help ease those aching muscles!
As well as the more usual adventure sport activities, the East Sussex area plays host to a host of activities for the more adventurous among us. At Woodland Adventures, you can take part in laser combat - a fun alternative to paint-balling - or you can go dry slope skiing or snowboarding at the Knockhatch Ski & Snowboard Centre. Extreme Ventures offers rock climbing lessons at Harrison Rocks in Birchden Woods - likely to leave you in need of a good meal and a comfy bed.
It's only fitting that an area so stuffed full of activities should have such a wide choice of accommodation types to match. Whether you're climbing, hiking, skiing or surfing in East Sussex you can find the ideal adventure sport hotel nearby whatever you style and whatever your budget.