Hastings House

Address: 9 Warrior Square, St. Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, England, TN37 6BA, United Kingdom | 5 star b&b
 
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This 5 star B&B, located on 9 Warrior Square, St. Leonards-on-Sea, is near Camber Beach, Fishermen's Museum, Smugglers Adventure, and Hastings Castle.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hastings House St. Leonards-on-Sea

      A Great B&B

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      Seng & Elisabeth Foy really work hard to make sure your stay at their

      B&B is as comfortable as possible. Freshly painted, with good decoration, the building retains many period features along with tasteful modern art hanging everywhere. The bedrooms are of a good size,some with en suite,but don`t be put off by getting a room with a shared bathroom,as they are kept spotless.

      I had a single bedroom with a sea view on the top floor, and it was great to be woken up by the sunrise coming through the window. The full english breakfast was cooked to perfection and well presented, and is served in a cosy dining area.

      The guest house is set in a good location, a short stroll to town centre, with a friendly local pub around the corner along with a very good curry house.

      To sum it all up, this is a clean friendly B & B with good service and value.

      Very comfortable hotel. Excellent service

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      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.

      Lovely, homely very flexible Bed and breakfast with great view and breakfast

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      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.

      It'is very well located (near Hastings, walking distance and good clean safe neighbourhood) , you can park your car for free in front of the B&B. My room (single, nr 4) had view over a nice square with banks and flowers and the sea and pier! The owners are really very nice, warm, flexible, lovely and spiritual people. Really sensitive for whether you like privacy or a nice talk or help finding me the way :) The atmosphere in the house is great! Like home! The room was very nice decorated and very new and clean. The breakfast was very good (cereals, choices out of three juices, home made sausages, eggs, toast confiture coffy in a real caffetiera!)'I was really spoiled. You get a key from the front door so no problems for closinghours or something). The only point of critiscm I could come up with is that the television had only 5 channels, but i did'n't come for that all the way to south England :))) Really high recommended and will come back surely when I'm visiting my friend again.

      Very friendly and clean, serving a mean breakfast!

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      I have stayed at this hotel on two separate occasions now, altogether

      about three weeks. From the outset the owners, Seng and Elizabeth, were very friendly and obliging and my heart was set on the place from the first breakfast - a good fried breakfast for a change! Genuine sausage, bacon and mushrooms cooked fresh to your liking - problem is, I've put on weight from the experience as I've only been able to resist the fry-up on a couple of mornings in total!

      The really helpful aspect of my stay, however, was Seng's offer to allow me to 'tap into' his wireless broadband which meant I was able to receive and send important business and family emails as well as keep tabs on my internet bank accounts and other essential items without having to go in search of 'hotspots' in cafes and other less convenient locations. I was also able to work on my laptop in the relative comfort of the dining room, which was very helpful for the work I was doing whilst in Hastings.

      I have to return to Hastings in May/June and I shall certainly be making this hotel my first choice for value, cleanliness and friendliness.

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      Gotta love The Windsor (Hastings House)

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      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

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      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

      from

      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

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      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

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      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.

      Sara

      Excellent!

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      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.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hastings House St. Leonards-on-Sea

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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