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Family - verified booking
"We needed somewhere near Hastings for 4 nights, so one of the family could get to nearby Hospital for work placement over half term. The Granary was OK - a bit dated in decor but comfortable; chilly downstairs (bedrooms and bathrooms), warm upstairs (in sitting room/kitchen); would have been useful to zone the thermostat, so the bathrooms downstairs could warm up and keep towels dry without overheating the living space upstairs. It was helpful to be able to bring our pet (dog) and good walks all around for him. Disappointed that the owner didn't bother come and make him/herself known to me during our 4 night stay. Felt rather odd walking into and around a property without any introduction to the owner. Apparently someone did come and talk to my son when I was out, but I would have expect them to come and address the adult in the party. Also I tried to phone before we arrived to find out about whether towels were supplied, as I couldn't see that on the website, but nobody called me back.The kitchen was well equipped. Would have liked one sharp knife though. Also, think the cooker extractor could do with a new filter and de-grease. Otherwise it was very clean when we arrived, which was great."
Annette - verified booking
"As a family of 4 adults we really enjoyed our stay at The Moorings and in the Hastings area. The house and kitchen are well equipped and parking on the drive was a real bonus given the location (which is right in the middle of the old town). Depending on the size of your car and your parking skills a bit of manoeuvring either to get in or out is required. The house is very comfortable and light and we particularly liked looking through the books on Old Hastings and appreciated that there was a small choice of other books, as well as lots of leaflets on nearby attractions.As others have commented, there is no wifi but we didn't particularly miss it. The front door keys can be a bit temperamental, but pulling the door towards you (from the outside) helped. It would make it easier to keep towels apart if they weren't all the same colour (white)."
Deborah - verified booking
"Great location in the old Hastings town, can easily walk (hilly) intothe old town itself, parking for two cars or perhaps carefully 3 small ones, you have to know how to reverse as road one car wide but we had no problems, all the locals wait for each other. A quaint old fishing part of Hastings with Sea life centre, crazy golf, antique, art and bric & brac for the rainy days, with good fish and chips at the Dolphin. Large park in centre of Hastings Alexander Park, large space for children and of course the fishing boats very interesting, and the sea. Accomodation clean, towels etc, good instructions, even found a hair dryer. Would be good too in the summer with the castle to visit, and the caves (closed fm 9 Nov). Have a fab May day parade and bike meet very festive. No problem about going again."
Gillian - verified booking
"Great first impressions, beautiful building and in lovely gardens.However, dark and a bit gloomy inside due to the design of the original building with tiny windows (apart from one bedroom with a skylight with no blind which is perpetually light so difficult to sleep!) Kitchen doubles as a lounge area, but seating area is cramped and when using the table, no one can sit on the (very uncomfortable) settee to watch the TV on the wall (which gives you neck ache trying to watch it). Not a relaxing space for evenings in. No heating in the swimming pool (which is directly outside), so unless you get a heat wave (rare in the UK!) - its absolutely freezing and we couldn't use it, even on the fairly warmer days we had. This was one of the biggest disappointments."
Gillian - verified booking
"The cottage is dark and gloomy and the décor is from the 1970's. There is no view of the pool or gardens, just the tennis court and car park. the bed is extremely hard and uncomfortable. The temperature of the pool makes it unusable for more than 5 minutes at a time. The owners had a house party when we were there but did not inform us that this was happening and the music thumping away into the night. We did not feel comfortable sitting out as we had to walk through the other guests garden to get there, disturbing them.Overall, this is the worst holiday cottage I have stayed at. As shame as the area is lovely."