Very easy check-in process. Reception staff really helpful and informative.
The view from the room was fantastic, overlooking the sea and amusements.
The room was really spacious and there were two double beds (one sofa bed) and one queen size in the family room.
The towels were plenty and spotless, as was the bedlinen.
Mattresses and pillows were very comfortable, appearing to be good quality.
The carpets looked tired both in the room and in some of the hallways. The bar area carpets closest to the windows where most people had chosen to sit because of the views could really have done with a deep clean.
Breakfast buffet was good and even though we arrived quite late everything was still available with choice of continental, full English, fruit, yoghurt and various cereals together with fruit juice.
Parked opposite in the Royals Multi-storey and obtained a voucher for the overnight charge from hotel reception which can be used upon departure
food surprisingly good for a guest house . I have had much worse food in 3-4 star hotels ... Car parking at the hotel was too small for the number of guests . most nights if you arrive back at the hotel you have to park on the road close by
Traveller from KENT/ LONDON
Ideally situated adjacent to Southend seafront , and just around the corner from the Cliffs Pavilion Theatre, the The …More
Lucy made our short stay of 2 nights very welcoming indeed, was met with a smile and very genuine welcome, very down to earth couple who run the place, the guest house has recently been done up to a very high standard so cost of rooms have to reflect this.
Rooms (no.7) was lovely and clean, bathroom a little small but what do you expect when you provide en suite facilities to all good, nice and quiet part of town, 0.98 mile walk to attractions so very ideal.
Lucy is a good host and visible when needed to be so nice, breakfast and first rate sausages (well done Lucy). Overall a very pleasant stay and made to feel welcome and important so would recommend this guest house
This North Sea coastal town 64 km east of London relies heavily on tourism. Southend Pier, stretching out 2 km long, is the world's longest pleasure pier. Tourist attractions at the pier include an amusement park with more than 50 rides, a bowling alley, an aquarium, and gardens.
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