Luxury Cottages In Hastings To Rent
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"We loved our May Half Term stay at S24846 so much! Hastings is such a fascinating place to visit and a great base for exploring the local coastline and the rest of East Sussex. I'd say book for a week because a weekend won't be long enough. S24846 could not be in a better location. You're literally 60 seconds from the fish shops, pubs, fascinating Independant shops, Jerwood gallery and lots more. The view from the little decked sun terrace is really special - it's a a great place to enjoy breakfast or an evening drink. The house is diddy, but absolutely the perfect size for a couple and 1 or 2 kids. The bed I the main bedroom was wonderfully luxuriant and comfortable and the decor throughout was stylish, but also cosy. Yes, the bathroom is a bit small but that wasn't a problem for us, we don't go on hols to spend hours in the bath! And you have to park away from the house, but again that was not a problem for us and any inconvenience was more than compensated for by the pluses of being in such a great spot. I'd recommend a swim or walk at Camber Sands, day trips to Rye and Winchelsea, A visit to Bodium (I think??) castle and the house where Rudyard Kipling lived, now owned by the NT. But most of all I'd recommend wandering around the fascinating winds, twitters and little streets of Hastings Old Town. Lovely cafes, and really cool shops. Much trendier and feistier than Brighton, full of heart and soul and a strong connection with its fishing past too."
- emmalouiseh01, October 2018 - verified booking
"We are currently sitting at the dining room table overlooking the stunning manicured and enclosed garden which our dogs love exploring. The house looks exactly as it does in the pictures and property description- very airy and spacious and sleeps five comfortably. This is a real home-from-home. The property also has two washrooms (one bathroom with shower over the bath and also a large shower room). We were welcomed by Zoe who gave us a brief tour and then left us to enjoy our holiday in rural East Sussex. She also gave us a welcome pack which consisted of eggs, milk, brioche rolls, a bottle of wine and biscuits for that much needed cup of tea, and also a folding gate so that our two dogs couldn't get up the stairs. Situated close to the A21, this house is in close proximity to Rye, Hastings, Carr Taylor Vineyard and any other places of interest that you may want to visit and is surrounded by rural, open fields, away from the hustle and bustle. If you want a quiet holiday, but also want it jam packed with adrenaline activities such as walking, cycling and horse riding and only the sound of birdsong, then this is the place to stay. I would urge you to book now. We would come here again."
Geoff - verified booking
"On the edge of a large housing estate this property was surprisingly quiet & a lovely place to stay. As the owners house is above the property I think we were lucky they were away for the week ensuring we had a greater level of privacy & quiet than might perhaps be the normal case. The property was fine but on arrival there is some incomplete work at the front of the house, also an area of decking on the lower level where work is ongoing - I think these need to be finished off as soon as possible. A very minor critism is that one had to go into the bedroom to get a decent Wi-Fi signal, it barely worked for me in the lounge. Two of our party have very basic Sky packages but this property had far fewer channels (or we failed to find them). However, picture quality was excellent on the terrestial channels & the few others we found. This was fine for us but as there has been a previous negative review relating to Sky perhaps the expectations need to be set a little lower by making it clear which Sky channels are available. We enjoyed our stay, bedrooms, bathrooms & kitchen were excellent, we found the lounge a little cramped but the hot tub was excellent as was the various garden spaces."
Sarah - verified booking
"The place was very clean, but there was things that ruined it for me. They are as followZip and link bed was uncomfortable and had feather quilt and pillows, which with asthma is a no no.Hot tub stank of stale water and there was no smell of chlorine, which is strange.Every morning at 7am it sounded like an elephant was upstairs stomping around, had no lie in on holiday as this just woke you up and kept you up.In the kitchen you have all the equipment to bake a cake, but no oven trays.There are different settee's in the place to the pictures, and if there is 4 of you it is very compact. They are uncomfortable and very small.You are in a residential estate and are a very long walk away from shops or pubs, need a car.But the place was clean, you were provided with towels and everything you need to start your holiday. The owners were friendly and kept away all of the holiday, so you cannot complain about that.But despite my complaints we still had a good holiday, so it is not all bad. Just a few things annoyed us."
Jo - verified booking
"The location was bad; in a dark alley, lots of dog poo, a fenced off derelict building site opposite, flocks of pigeons to the back (including a dead one caught in netting that the others were then pecking) so that you wouldn't want to open the bathroom window in case some of them came in, 3 large bags of rubbish from the last guests in the very small kitchen on our arrival which we had to arrange to have picked up (there was no outdoor space at all for it), 2 of the 3 front windows were broken so that they couldn't be opened, 1 of the bannisters was hanging off which is quite frankly dangerous, it was very rowdy on a Saturday night with fighting, shouting etc and someone having a wee right outside the door. The bedrooms were very comfortable and overall it looked nice and was clean but it was not a relaxing holiday and we would not stay there again. This is the first time we've felt like this about a welcome cottages holiday."