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It was a good experience and the hotel room had a great view of the pier and was pleasant and cosy. The carpet could do with a clean and the shower was with little water in the morning. Apparently 3 people reported the shower but the lady on reception did not seem to call in a plumber.
Stayed for 3 nights in late May. Comfortable room with sea views, good breakfast, comfy bar and great staff. The bar/lounge area offers sandwiches & pizza which we found was a nice touch after an evening out and about.
One thing could certainly be improved. My room had a walk in shower, the controls were were dreadful so hard to balance to get the correct temperature. It was either too hot or cold. If the lever kind were fitted,not only are they so easy to use with no danger of scolding oneself, they can be turned ...
Clean and perfectly formed. Welcoming staff. Odd pod bathroom but clean and good shower. Very comfy bed. Good air con. Love their environmental policy. Noise from outside not great but then it is central. Also thin towels. Overall I would really recommend.
When you have pets, it can be difficult going on holiday without them. You can spend most of the trip missing them and it can be expensive to board them at your local kennels or cattery - especially if you travel regularly. A pet-friendly hotel is a great option for your break in East Sussex as it means you can enjoy your holiday while bringing your dog or cat along with you.
There are pet-friendly hotels all over the East Sussex area, whether you're staying along the coast in Brighton, Eastbourne or Hastings, or venturing further out into the countryside. There's a hotel to suit your needs whether you're planning on letting your cat roam some of the rural villages, or you want to give your dog a chance to run along the seashore.
When choosing your hotel, be sure to check the information provided on their pets policy. Some hotels have an additional surcharge for pets, and most have limits on the number of pets you can bring with you. There are others that only allow a particular type of pet (usually a dog) and there may be other restrictions. If in doubt, always contact the property at the number on your booking confirmation.
If you've got a dog that loves long walks there are some fantastic beaches and hiking trails in East Sussex. The South Downs Way offers the best of both - a National Trail along the coastline taking in historic villages and gorgeous scenery.
There are also several dog friendly beaches in the region including Cooden Beach, Cuckmere Haven Beach, Holywell and Normans Bay. There are no beaches in the area where dogs are banned, but there are some where access for dogs is restricted so it's worth checking before you visit.
Finding a pet-friendly hotel in East Sussex means that you don't have to go through the heartache and expense of leaving your pet behind when you travel. There's plenty of choice so you can find a hotel to suit you.