More hotels nearby
Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
The Old Rectory
Hastings - 0.2 miles away
Designer Lionel Copley did not compromise on comfort when he transformed Georgian All Saints Rectory on the edge of the Old Town into a beautiful B&B.
From £90 per night
St Leonards-on-Sea - 1.4 miles away
Creatively arranged, Shahriar Mazandi’s eclectic B&B, reflects his interests as a photographer, award-winning gardener and holistic therapist.
Rye - 9 miles away
Swathed with creepers and bedecked with flowers, this wildly atmospheric B&B stands on a cobbled street in a medieval citadel with views over Romney Marsh.
Camber - 10 miles away
The name says it all: a place to skip along Camber Sands, enjoy backgammon in the bar, chill in the garden or relax with yoga – and with no children to disturb the peace.
The George Inn
- 10 miles away
Do you remember an inn, Miranda? Hilaire Belloc certainly remembered this Georgian coaching inn, from which he described setting out in The Four Men.
Hailshan - 10 miles away
In beautiful landscaped gardens with views to the South Downs, this Grade ll-Listed Georgian rectory offers a tranquil retreat yet is still close to the Sussex coast, historic houses and Glyndebourne.
The Grand Hotel
Eastbourne - 15 miles away
A ‘perfect position for walking on the Downs and the beach’, this majestic, white Victorian hotel is on the seafront and has views stretching along the coast.
Sissinghurst Castle Farmhouse
Cranbrook - 18 miles away
A draw for garden-lovers, this serene Victorian farmhouse B&B is sheltered by a National Trust estate of ancient woodland, farmland and Vita Sackville-West’s acclaimed gardens (tickets for Sissinghurst Castle may be purchased at the gate).
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