Good Hotel Guide Review
In a handsome Grade II listed Georgian coaching house, a stroll from the sea, Malcolm and Karen Twist have created a seasidey look in their modern B&B. Bright, light and perky, the spacious, high-ceilinged bedrooms have quality linens on a bed handcrafted from reclaimed timber, plus a period fireplace, padded window seat or chaise longue. Home-made biscuits, ground coffee and organic teas – even earplugs to combat seagull squawks – are welcome extras. The hosts bake their own bread and roast their own coffee for breakfast in the conservatory: maple-blueberry pancakes and crispy bacon, say, a full English or a yogurt-granola-compote jar, along with a freshly made juice or smoothie to kick-start the day.
23 High Street
5. Plus 2 with shared bathroom.
all year except 24–26 Dec, first 2 weeks Jan.
drawing room (honesty bar), breakfast room, in-room TV (Freeview).
gentle background music in public areas at breakfast.
not under 10.
per room B&B single £120, double £140–£175. 2-night min. stay at weekends Apr–Sept.