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Carol - verified booking
"The bungalow is wonderfully spacious and was immaculate. A great plus point was the conservatory which was warm even in February when the sun shone on the back garden. We had afternoon tea in there each day. It is situated in the st Helen area of Hastings so some way from the sea front but has the great bonus of on site parking. We walked down to the main area each day through residential streets which were quite run down. The area where the bungalow is situated however is very nice Hastings itself is a bit shabby but the old town is lovely. The new pier is very impressive and the promenade walk wonderful. You can walk miles along it through st Leonard’s to Bexhill on sea which we enjoyed. It was a bit of a struggle at the end of the walk having to climb uphill for 1.5 miles back to the bungalow and it was no small hill. We did find it better to drive to Galley hill about 1 mile from the centre of Bexhill where you can park all day for free on De La Warr Terrace with fabulous views of the sea. You can walk either way for miles on the promenade and it’s perfectly flat, thus avoiding that long walk uphill at the end of the day. The weather the previous week had been very wet so the Hastings nature reserve was a horrendous mud bath. We couldn’t stand upright on some of the paths it was so bad. - what a pity. The bungalow made it a very quiet relaxing break -very enjoyable."
Sandra - verified booking
"The cottage has everything you could possibly need for a self catering property, even board games and a selection of dvds. We were disappointed that the pool was not in use as it should have been available until September, we left on 1st, however the weather was not really suitable for using an outdoor pool. The other minor irritation was the shower it was either scalding hot or freezing. the beach was a lot further than we had anticipated so we elected to drive, good location for visiting Rye, Hastings and Camber Sands and the New Inn serves really good food and has a nice walled garden.we enjoyed our stay but would not return with our grandchildren as it is a very old property with steep stairs and has very little insulation which means you can hear everything which is not great with young children also the bathroom is downstairs. The girls loved there stay but were disappointed about the pool. It would be ideal for me and my husband on our own."
Paul - verified booking
"A lovely, dog friendly cottage, set in the Sussex countryside. It is on the A21 but wasn't aware of any traffic news. Easy to find and a warm welcome from the owners. Having 2 dogs of the same breed as the owners is always a good start. Dogs need to be on a lead in the farm area but there are fields immediately behind the cottage where they can run free. There is a walled off courtyard outside the cottages where again the dogs can roam so you don't have to worry if the dog slips out of the cottage door. Cottage is delightful and very well equipped, headroom in the bedroom is limited but managed to avoid smacking my head (I am 6') throughout the stay. comfy chairs and a very comfy bed. Queens Arms PH is walking distance, dog friendly and does good food too (Best to book a table) Good central location for visiting towns and villages."
Amanda - verified booking
"Quirky cottage in fab location with stunning views to Rye. Cottage itself suffers from a down stairs bathroom off the kitchen , and bathroom door right by cooker!Kitchen basics all there but very squashed if more than 3 people stayed.Bathroom clean but dated , shower poor, and no where to dry towels unless heating on. Lounge suite tired and a little uncomfortable.Lovely gas fire though. Bedrooms small but pleasant, spotlessly clean , and very comfortable beds. Wooden floors and stairs mean any walking about was heard throughout,ditto for conversations. If all of the above negatives are okie, for a family with young children rather than 2 couples or more, than cottage fine, Winchelsea quaint."
Susan - verified booking
"this cottage had it all. as I am disabled this cottage was well thought out and the hand rail in the loo was a help to me. also the raised toilet seat and grab rails in the wet room. lovely to be able to have a shower and feel safe on the seat. there was even a grabber left in the dining room. my husband and myself like to have two breaks a year. and most of the time I have a job to sleep in strange rooms. but no problem staying here. slept so well. also the cottage was spotless and ian was quick to meet us and explain about the shower etc. we don,t usually return to the same places but I think we will be back."