Wartling Place Shortlist*

The ‘beautiful gardens’, ‘wonderful atmosphere’ and ‘pleasant rooms’ were highlighted by guests this year, who praised this ‘delightful’ B&B. More

Contact details

Wartling Place
Herstmonceux Nr Hailsham
Wartling
Sussex
BN27 1RY
England
01323 832590

Hotel information

Bedrooms

4, plus 2-bed self-catering cottage suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

drawing room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 3-acre garden, parking.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B single £100–£115, double £130–£160.

Good Hotel Guide Review

The ‘beautiful gardens’, ‘wonderful atmosphere’ and ‘pleasant rooms’ were highlighted by guests this year, who praised this ‘delightful’ B&B, ‘very convenient for Glyndebourne and the coast’. The hosts, Rowena and Barry Gittoes, ‘always make things easy for everybody’. Their Grade II listed Georgian former rectory, in three acres of gardens with rural views towards the South Downs, has tidy public spaces brimming with interesting prints, and cosy nooks. Well-appointed bedrooms have ‘real coffee’, Fairtrade teas; a DVD library; two have an antique four-poster. Leisurely breakfast, taken in the bedroom or in the spacious dining room, has fresh fruit, cereals, honey from local bees; smoked salmon from Hastings, local meats, herbs from the garden: ‘Delicious.’ Picnic hampers can be arranged.

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Wartling Place
Herstmonceux Nr Hailsham
Wartling
Sussex
BN27 1RY

Guest comments

'Absolutely brilliant stay. Every need catered for. Wonderful breakfast. Delightful room with everything you need. Rowena is attentive and makes sure you have everything without being intrusive. ' - - August, 2018
'Spacious room overlooking the delightful gardens with comfortable four-poster, all in all a very pleasant stay and well looked after by Rowena. Breakfasts were great! ' - Alasdair Macarthur - May, 2013

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Tourist attractions

  • Hastings

    Exhibitions about 1066, alongside an aquarium, museum and two popular theatres.

  • Lewes

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  • Brighton

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