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We enjoyed our one-night stay at Kemp Townhouse. Greeting from the staff was warm and welcoming, the room (top floor king bed) was nicely appointed. There were 2 glasses of port waiting for us. I liked the bathroom; small but turned into a wet room with a good rain shower. The toiletries smelled ...
Staff were friendly and polite. Hotel was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was huge with a large shower and a bath. The food was good. (We had breakfast and dinner). There is also a spa and gym facilities but you need to pay extra to use these.
arrived by train to a small country train station, which was closed (a holiday day?) with no public phone with which to call for a taxi. Nice local couple gave us a lift to hotel! (we had no cellphone) Regal old Manor turned into hotel so need to ask for help with luggage up the stairs (no elevator) ...
Whether it's a weekend getaway, a wedding anniversary or time to pop the question, a romantic hotel in East Sussex is the ideal location. With picturesque scenery, a stunning coastline and beautiful accommodation, the county is just the place to spend a loved-up weekend enjoying each other's company.
The county of East Sussex has plenty of romantic hotels in idyllic locations. Many are in rural towns and villages where you can get rest and relaxation in peace and quiet. Others are based in the region's seaside towns with access to a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants.
The hotels vary from grand Victorian establishments with lots of luxury facilities, to more intimate boutique hotels and up-market guesthouses that make a perfect base for exploring the area. Whether you want to luxuriate in the spa, take a long hike or even play some rounds of golf together, you can find your ideal romantic hotel in East Sussex.
If you decide to venture from your hotel to explore the region, there are plenty of attractions for couples in the area. One of the biggest draws in the region is Brighton with its promenade and iconic pier. Whether you choose to indulge in some fizz at one of the local bars, share fish and chips on the seashore or treat yourselves to some luxury chocolate in the Bar Du Chocolat, there's romance to be had.
There are several stylish stately homes in the county as well so you can relive times gone by and enjoy walking together in some beautiful gardens. Firle Place, Great Dixter, Glynde Place and Pashley Manor Gardens are all worth visiting. Each has its own fascinating history and many of the homes have cafés or restaurants on-site so you can have lunch or dinner before heading back to your romantic hotel.
The selection of romantic hotels in East Sussex gives you the opportunity for a special break together enjoying great locations, day trips, food and drink no matter what the occasion.