Holiday Cottages In Eastbourne District To Rent
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Peter - verified booking
"We booked this last minute and so had 20% off - the value for money reflects this.We found the house to be extremely clean and well appointed and it was a real bonus having two bathrooms.The furniture was comfortable, as were the beds (not always the case), there was a nice little welcome bowl, the heating worked well when needed (once). Hot water instant, good cooker (gas hob).Odd that the washing machine insisted on drying for the majority of loads but instructions included!This was definitely one of the best places we have stayed and we have tried many!I would say the description should clarify the satellite to is freesat, not sky, and that the instructions should be updated in the lounge. Feesat is fine but just be clear! WiFi was excellent (again often this is not the case).The location was great - close to the small but well appointed town, and the beachfront. Nice and quiet and night.Good selection of games, books and so on if needed.If we wanted to stay in Seaford again, would definitely see if this was available."
Stephen - verified booking
"This was a lovely holiday,the accommodation was very high spek,the owners were lovely and the large coffee & walnut cake was much appreciated,it was very clean and warm,had everything that you would use at home and then some,only a slight fly in the ointment was the sofas,if your feet were on the floor youcouldn't lean back as the back was very slopey and you felt like you were laying down and as the seat cushions were very wide and you leaned against the back your feet ended up in the air we adapted by laying with our feet up the length of the sofa,also the bathroom door in the lounge area had a gap in it as if the door had dropped and if someone used it it didn't smell very nice apart from that it was a brilliant property and would go there again,it was right out in the country and very quiet which we loved,weather was sunshine for the full 2 weeks."
Lindsey - verified booking
"S13941 was a disappointment because it was not a beach house and did not feel like one, despite the deck chairs and bunting screwed to the walls. The Ikea furniture was uncomfortable and the cheap soft furnishings (Dunelm Mill?) were itchy and garish. The carpets and curtains smelt of cigarettes and dogs. I have stayed at many holiday properties, this was the only one I disliked. The tiny TV was complicated to operate through a Sky Box even though Sky was not available. I ended up watching TV on my laptop in the tiny lounge. Seaford is not a particularly nice place, it feels run down. Top marks for the sea and cliff tops though. The children disliked the house too and we were all very glad to leave. The neighbours like to party so had to sit through hours of hits from the Sixties and the dog next door is a barker."
margaret - verified booking
"We had a delightful stay. The barn was full of character, very attractive and a fantastic and peaceful rural location. We enjoyed the cycle rides each morning before breakfast. There are some interesting National Trust properties to visit, the Bluebell Steam Railway and the historic town of Lewis. The South Downs are beautiful.We enjoyed Eastbourne, but would not recommend Brighton. The beds were comfortable. The only problem is the size of the seats of the sofas, we all felt the distance from front to back was too wide, therefore unless you had massively long thighs you ended up with a twingeing back. The family were kind and helpful, the huge chocolate cake left for us to enjoy was much appreciated.If we visit this area again we would definitely stay at S13943."
Brenda - verified booking
"We loved this cottage because of its location so near to the sea, and because it was so tastefully decorated. Wonderfully coloured soft furnishings enlivened the sleek white paintwork.A small grumble: we would have appreciated better quality towels, and although the cottage appeared to be spotless, we found an earring under one of the beds--- a very sharp one, and there was a plastic ring in one of the beds while, a large glass fruit bowl hadn't been washed. It would have also been good had there been a paper kitchen roll and maybe salt, vinegar and a few sauces left in the cupboard But on balance we greatly enjoyed our stay.It's a lovely little house within easy walking distance of pretty well everything. Thank you!"