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Peter - verified booking
"Whyte Cottage is a spacious, clean and comfortable holiday cottage situated in a residential area of Hastings. We had a short break in March and were lucky to have fine weather. The conservatory was a lovely place to go, after a day out, with a cuppa and a cake. Our dog Molly loved to lay in there checking the garden for 'intruders'.Local shops are a short drive or bus ride away, including a Morrisons supermarket. The cottage has everything needed for a short or long stay and the welcome pack is a nice touch, giving the chance for a cup of tea and a biscuit before unpacking!We would definitely recommend it and would be happy to stay there again. At every cottage we stay at (and there's been a lot over the years) we ask ourselves if we'd like to live there permanently. Whyte Cottage is one of the few where we have said, yes we would."
Joy - verified booking
"We had such a lovely, lovely time. I'd go back in a heart beat... The dogs had a brilliant time on there walks... Very dog friendly place, lovely pub food in the area.. If we had to be picky, could do with a little up date, a bigger telly and when we turned up there was loads of dead and nearly dead flies and no fly killer anywhere. Could of done with a pint of milk in there as we arrived late afternoon and dying for a cup of tea, to late to go out and find a shop as we was shattered with the drive there.. Perhaps next time I'll take my own milk😀 Overall, it's a lovely quite place to be, a lovely cottage and we did feel at home.. Thank you for that!! 😘"
Steven - verified booking
"3 nights spent here. Friendly welcome from owners, Andrew and Penny, spacious grounds to walk dog next to small holding. Cottage is just right size, but bedroom does have steep stairs and the roof gable does limit movement when upstairs. Would be hot in high summer but fine for our visit. Sedlescombe around corner has nice pub, Queens Head, good food and beer and welcomes dogs inside. The location is good for local attractions like Rye, Bexhill/Hastings and Beachy Head about 30 minutes drive. Weather was good also which helped!"
Bethany - verified booking
"Very sweet cottage. Owners were incredibly friendly and welcoming. Perfect for a short break and in a good location to see some local sights. Very nice courtyard garden shared with the other holiday cottage. We didn't bring pets but it would have been perfect for a dog or two. Bedroom is small as described but comfortable bed. Not suitable for anyone with poor mobility. Only thing that would have been helpful is a baking tray in the kitchen as there was only the grill tray to use. Would recommend and would stay again."
Hilda - verified booking
"A much appreciated 'Welcome package 'on our arrival at this quirky cottage. Furnishings, equipment and cleanliness very good. The low doorways were certainly a challenge with many banged heads before we learnt to DUCK. The garden was a bit disappointing with no direct access from the cottage. You have to go out the front door, walk along the road several paces and then enter the garden by a side gate. The road was quiet with little traffic but it was still a bit of a worry along the narrow country lane"