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excelent mid weekvalue for money. both in our mid 60s with so much to entertain by day and night rain or shine,we come here twice a year like being able to use oap freedom bus pass to go to eastbourn and worthing after 9.30am,look forward to coming back soon.
We have been coming to this hotel for quite a while now and love it today as much as we did on our first stay. Staff are brilliant and can't do enough for you. Love the sea view we have from our room.
Very convenient for a stay on the west side of town. The seafront is on your doorstep and the Hove shops and restaurants an easy walk away, whereas central Brighton is just a brisk stomp along the promenade. There is parking on a first come first served (which is a bonus in Brighton). Very clean ...
Very nice modern furnishings in an old building. Parking can be very expensive therefore you must register with the hotel to get 50% off of the local NCP car park. Make sure you get the correct address and route to this car park because we parked in the one opposite and ended up paying loads of ...
Had a one night stay for a family wedding. Reception staff were very welcoming and efficient on arrival. The room was clean and comfortable. Wide choice of breakfast next morning. Would definitely recommend.
We stayed one night and found the staff so lovely, friendly and helpful. Our room had recently been refurbished and was very clean and comfortable - with a lovely, huge bed. Breakfast was lovely. Maybe some parts of the hotel have yet to be refurbished, but all was fine. Lovely, Regency building ...
East Sussex is a fantastic place for UK holidays with the family, especially as the county is full of family friendly hotels that have everything you need to keep the kids entertained either on-site or nearby. So whether you're looking for seaside hotels with a family suite, or country hotels with extensive grounds and a swimming pool where the little ones can play, East Sussex has plenty to choose from.
East Sussex is home to some of the United Kingdom's most iconic resort towns, with Brighton and Eastbourne in particular having some fantastic family friendly hotels. These hotels line the seafront and most offer sea views with easy access to the beaches. They're ideal for giving families the chance to play on the sands or visit the amusements available on the famous piers of each town. These seaside resorts also offer much by way of family friendly restaurants, ensuring you'll all be well fed and ready for your adventures!
If you're after something more rural, but want to make sure the kids are kept busy, there are family friendly hotels situated in the East Sussex countryside, offering swimming pools, sports facilities and expansive gardens where the kids can play. Some even have spas to keep the grownups happy too.
Besides the attractions of the seaside and your hotel's own facilities, there's lots for families to do in the county. Kids will love seeing the llamas and alpacas at The Llama Farm, while Knockhatch Adventure Park will keep little thrill-seekers happy. Bluebell Railway is great for big kids and little kids alike as your family can take a ride on a real steam train through the East Sussex countryside. East Sussex is one of the most historically rich parts of the UK and youngsters will be fascinated by Battle Abbey, site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings.
There are plenty of family-friendly hotels to choose from in East Sussex no matter where in the region you want to stay. Once you've arrived, there are lots of attractions in the area to keep your family entertained.