Tower House 1066
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Tower House 1066 St. Leonards-on-Sea
Travel Blogs from St. Leonards-on-Sea
... Elizabethan mansion with a lovely garden. This is our first visit to a stately home this trip, and what an amazing building! Set in beautifully manicured gardens, the home has been extended a few times. I really enjoyed walking through the home and reading a bit of the way life would have been here over the centuries. I really just love looking at all the wide wooden floors and interior wooden paneling. There was also a couple of portrait ...
... office informed us that much of the cathedral would be closed until 1 pm (it was then around 12 midday), but that there would be a guided tour at 2.30 pm, so we decided to do one or two other things before we paid our admission and went in.
The most important of these other things was getting a (non-alcoholic) drink, and we then went to Marion’s favourite shop for buying knitwear – the Edinburgh Woollen Mills. A big spend-up ensued, and ...
... man was French and asked Russ to slow down, then he pointed and gave some instructions. We got closer to boarding and found a policeman, an English Bobby, we stopped and explained what we did and how we got there and that we needed to get out, we were a day too early. He was very nice, but must have thought we were stupid, he told us where to go. Back out on the road and we all took ...
... much more civilised. We can't do much about the rich not paying their dues but if we don't think the political party representing us is looking after our best economic interests we dump them at the poll. After our big day out at Windsor Castle, we decided we needed a treat for tea seeing we didn't get to dine with the Queen. We opted for pre cooked meals at Waitrose, an upmarket supermarket from Sainsbury's. This is what hanging around royal houses does for your ...
... time at Hollis's house! I like tea time. It allows a person to relax after a hectic day! For tea-time I tried some rather unusual "crisps" (potato chips) and something Hollis made called Oreo Butter (Oreo's and creme whipped together in a food processor). The crisps were unusual... to say the least. The prawn sauce flavored ones taste a bit like fry sauce on potato chips. The Worcester ones... were super salty and a bit funky. I scarfed them both down. The ...