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... a great lunch at Bill's and then had a wander around the town and visiting the castle. There is a community embroidery project to celebrate the 750th anniversary of the battle of Lewes and we went to see the tapestry being stitched in front of our very eyes. One of the volunteer embroiderers gave us a brief history lesson about the battle involving Simon De Montfort and ...
... country following the back roads (and a couple of lanes where both wing mirrors (translation "side mirrors") touched the hedgerows.) Not sure what we would have done if something had come the other way. Our goal was the town of Battle, the site of Battle Abbey, where William the Conquerer built an abbey and monastery attempting to atone for all the blood shed at the battle of Hastings. The Abbey was ...
... and found ourselves on the right path.
We found the going a bit harder than anticipated. Lots of up and very few Downes...
Instead of finishing where planned, we headed off at Alfriston (where I stayed in the Youth Hostel 28 years ago). The road back to Seaford had the longest steepest hill ever.
Had an early ...
... not much of it was left.
I was fascinated to learn that during WWII Hastings was bombed frequently because German bomber crews needed to release any leftover bombs before crossing the English Channel (to save gas) and the last place they saw to bomb was Hastings. It was interesting to see that some city blocks were undamaged, but others were completely wiped out. There's a statue of Queen Victoria in one of the squares that has a bullet hole ...
... Roman Villa is a villa built during the Roman occupation of Britain, situated near the village of Eynsford in Kent, south eastern England. Constructed in the 1st century, perhaps around A. D. 80-90, the house was repeatedly expanded and occupied until it was destroyed by fire in the 5th century. The occupants were wealthy Romans or native Britons who ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hastings House St. Leonards-on-Sea
Seng & Elisabeth Foy really work hard to make sure your stay at their
Very comfortable hotel. Excellent service
My wife, eight-year-old son and I spent a couple of nights at Hastings House in early April. The whole place is spotless. The rooms are very nicely decorated (contemporary chic, I believe Seng - the owner - called it). The breakfast was hot, plentiful and tasty. The hotel is very near the beach and overlooks the large formal gardens of Warrior Square. You can walk to the centre and the tourist attractions (10-15 minutes). The owners - Seng and Elisabeth - are extremely helpful and very nice people. I can wholeheartedly recommend the place.
Because a good friend of mine opened a restaurant in Hastings in South England, I was staying this weekend there. I went by car and car on boat from Duinkerken to Dover, so I searched for a place with parkingspace. I must honostly say I'm not a big fan of bed and breakfasts, because i really do like to have my own bathroom, but this one made all my prejudices dissapear! I searched the internet and many travelling sites for hotels but all places were full and very expensive and without parkingspace. Than I found this B&B in a nice historical building on the village site of hastings.
I have stayed at this hotel on two separate occasions now, altogether
Gotta love The Windsor (Hastings House)
Beautiful room, lovely friendly hosts. They catered for my vegan food requirement well. The seaview bedroom is delightful and soon to be extended...
Perfect hospitality / great hotel
We stayed her for two nights after Christmas, and the hospitality was brilliant, We would certainly go back, It was the first month for the hoteliers, and they were still settling in. They could not helps us enough, and I am sorry we had to cut our break short.
Warm and friendly
Great location. Great breakfast, bedroom looked great with a flat screen tv with digital channels. Owners very friendly. If I'm ever in brighton/hastings area again i will be coming back.
The Windsor Hotel
We had a great stay here with our dogs. We were made to feel very welcome by the owners who took over this hotel in January. The English breakfast was lovely and set us up for the rest of the day. The owners recommended we go on a walk to the National park which we did with the dogs, and throughly enjoyed our day.
Warm And Friendly
We had a great two nights stay at the Windsor - wish it had been for longer if only for their amazing cooked breakfast. We had great views of the sea from our room and a warm friendly atmostphere in general - value for money definately, can't recommend it enough.
I recently spent a week at the Windsor hotel and found the whole experience delightful. Mr & Mrs Loy who have apparently just taken over were lovely, very warm, welcoming and very helpful. The standard of cleanliness is excellent.
I had a sea view room! Also overlooking Warrior square. The bedding was very clean as was the bathroom. The best thing was the shower. It was powerful!! - something rarely found when paying these prices.
The breakfast was delicious!! Handmade sausages - lovely bacon - delicious scrambled eggs and good old heinz beans.
I would highly recommend the Windsor Hotel and will definitely be returning to stay whenever in the area.