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Seabreeze

Holiday Cottage in Hastings, Sussex

from £546 pwSleeps 5+1

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Seabreeze Summary

You will adore this beautifully furnished sea front town house in the heart of the old town in Hastings. The house is immaculately fitted out and carefully blends the character features of an historic building with modern bedrooms and bathrooms. Delightful feature corners, reception room, bathrooms and bedrooms over 4 floors and modern basement kitchen make this is a unique holiday rental. The property is one of the most distinguishable properties located right on the seafront in the heart of the old town with views to the Hastings seafront. The higher up you go the better the views!

The basement kitchen is accessed from the ground floor sitting room and is very well equipped with range, butler sink, small working solid fuel fire, American style fridge and breakfast table. From the ground floor reception room are stairs leading to a second lounge and TV room and a single bedroom with additional comfortable pull out bed. Further stairs curve enticingly up to a bathroom and double bedroom with king-size four poster bed, chaise longue and painted wooden floors. The final flight up leads to another double bedroom where early morning sea views from bed will mean you won't want to get up! Each double room has its own tea and coffee making facilities. There is another spare fold up bed for children if necessary.

This self-catering holiday rental in Hastings is ideal for families wanting a seaside holiday in an historic town or couples looking for a luxury weekend retreat.

If you would like some guidance from our team on this property or help in finding the ideal holiday property please call our team on 01227 464958 or email.

Seabreeze Holiday Accommodation

Seabreeze: sleeps 5+1 in 3 bedrooms,  2 bathrooms, 2 WCs, 2 living areas. Pay and display parking in public car parks or on street parking available.

Lower Ground Floor

Kitchen with gas range cooker, butler sink, dishwasher and microwave. Small table seating 6 for dining and small solid fuel fire.
Separate WC.

Ground Floor

Living/Day Room comfortable sofa seating 5, Freesat TV, DVD. 

First Floor

Main living Room with seating for 5, open fire, TV with Freesat, window seat with cushions.
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 1) single bed with hanging hooks for clothing, small chest of drawers

Second Floor

Separate WC mid-way up stairs.
Bathroom bath with shower attachment
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2+1) King sized four poster double bed with sea views, built in warderobe, TV. Optional collapsible bed for a child.

Third Floor

Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) Double bed, sofa seating 2, built in wardrobe
Large shower room with washing machine/dryer

Services

Wi-Fi

Gas Central Heating

Local Information about Hastings, Sussex

This self-catering Sussex beachfront house is situated on the seafront in the heart of the old town of Hastings and has views over the sea, a boating lake and beach amusements which are great fun for younger guests.

You will find all the shops you need in old Hastings which lies just behind Seabreeze in narrow streets (called twittens) with cafes, quirky shops, restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy a morning coffee in the sun or browse the array of shops in a truly cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Hastings is most famous for its connection with the Norman conquest of England in 1066. It's now home to Europe's largest fleet of beach-launched fishing boats. This area is famously called the 'Stade' an old Saxon term meaning "landing place", and dates from before the Battle of Hastings in 1066. It has been used for beaching boats for over a thousand years, a use which continues to this day.

If you love Fishing then you must visit the Hastings Fishermen's Museum and the Shipwreck Heritage Centre. The Fishermen's Museum, housed in the former fishermen's church, is dedicated to the fishing industry and maritime history of Hastings.

On the seafront itself and within a 3 minute walk is the recently opened Jerwood Gallery. It's a permanent home for the Jerwood Collection of 20th and 21st century British art and has a fabulous temporary exhibition programme.

At the top of the steepest funicular railway in Britain is the Castle built by William the Conqueror which now lies in ruins at the top of West Hill. The equally nearby East Hill is also served by a funicular railway. There are lovely views of the area and Channel and the (East Hill) funicular is visible from the windows of Seabreeze.

'Jack In the Green' is a wonderful celebration in early May when the whole town dresses up, Morris dancers strut their stuff and there's always an extensive program of music and folk dancing. Mardi Gras is also celebrated in style in Hastings when a festival in February known as 'Fat Tuesday' includes live music, bands and five days of revelry. Hastings hosts many more festivals throughout the year including Carnival Week, the seafood festival, the Bonfire festival, Pirate Day and the Zombie Walk to mention a few.

The historic Cinque Port town of Rye in the East Sussex countryside is perched on a hill and is only 12 miles away, overlooking the River Rother and Romney Marsh, this ancient town is the sort of place you thought existed only in your imagination. With enchanting cobbled streets, medieval church and beautifully preserved historic houses from medieval, Tudor and Georgian times, Rye is almost suspended in time and has a uniquely unhurried atmosphere.

The attractive town of Battle, 8 miles, gets its name from the Battle of Hastings, which was fought between Harold the Saxon king and William the Conqueror in 1066. The battle was so significant it changed the course of English history. The town grew up around the Abbey of St Martin which was built by William the Conqueror after the battle. It is said that William vowed that should he win the battle he would build such an abbey. The abbey was built between 1070 and 1094, and the high altar is believed to have been placed on the spot where Harold fell. Today the Abbey ruins and the battlefield are cared for by English Heritage and are well worth a visit. The imposing Abbey gatehouse built circa 1338 can be seen as you look down the length of the High Street.

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