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highly recommend this little gem of a hotel. The cocktail shack is a bonus and the staff are etremely friendly and happy to recommend things to do in Brighton.
One night stay to visit the Brighton Pavilion and take in the sights. The helpfulness and friendliness on arrival of Dan and his team was lovely. Very reasonable rate for double with sea view. Breakfast included.
Helen, our host, was delightful, and even made us breakfast early on our last day. She was extremely helpful! The king room was SMALL, but the location made up for that!
great breakfast. owner confusing about where his parking is and gave wrong directions for restaurants. No other problems.
The hotel and gardens are lovely, very atmospheric, but two glitches spoilt our stay. The food was extremely expensive (more than you had told us) so we ate out. The worst thing was that I had unwittingly booked a double room. On your site it was advertised as 'superior twin or double'. So the beginning ...
A very nice hotel with a genuine welcome from the management. The room was very comfortable and well equipped with tea and coffee making and an ironing board. Breakfast is cooked to order and of plentiful supply, The tea shop which is part of the hotel serves food and drink during the day. Overall ...
loved my stay friendly staff hotel close to a lot of things to do ..the only problem is parking a bit dear around area to park...but overhall was a lovely time there
As the location of the infamous Battle of Hastings in 1066, East Sussex is naturally home to many historic sites and buildings. Historic hotels in the area are either within historic buildings themselves or close to historic places of interest, where you can enjoy fascinating days out learning about this ancient part of Great Britain and its importance within the country's history and development.
The majority of historic hotels are located along the East Sussex coast as the region is steeped in historical significance. The medieval town of Rye with its Heritage Centre and Camber Castle is one of the most ancient settlements in Britain and is now just as famous for its antique shops - perfect for history buffs.
Hotels within the historic seaside towns of Brighton and Eastbourne hark back to the glory days of the British seaside in the late 1700s and 1800s with accommodation in sensational mansion buildings and stylish townhouses - perfect for a luxury seaside break. Guests can stroll along the promenades and view the iconic Victorian piers in both towns for a historic view of British holidays.<p/>
East Sussex is replete with historic attractions, ideal for days out before returning to your historic hotel for some rest and relaxation. The county has more than its fair share of castles, with Camber Castle as well as Bodiam Castle, Pevensey Castle, Herstmonceux Castle and several others.
In addition to these there are many stately homes and historic houses with beautiful grounds such as Firle Place, Glynde Place, and the stunning 15th century manor house, Great Dixter House & Gardens. Some houses even offer guided tours so you can learn even more tales of their thrilling histories and which notable people have stayed over the centuries - and which ones are haunted by restless spirits from the past!
Holidaymakers with a love of history should definitely consider a historic hotel in East Sussex. Whether it's the medieval and Tudor times and ancient battlefields that fascinate, or the 18th and 19th century coastal booms that brought their stunningly beautiful architecture, there's a historic area of the county for everyone.