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Located in the heart of Hailsham, The Crown Hotel offers a vibrant cafe, traditional bar and modern bedrooms, and is only a 20-minute drive from Eastbourne. The room was spacious, clean and well equipped. The staff were very accommodating, friendly and looked after me with a smile and great attitude.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Golden Cross Holiday Park is located in Hailsham, 16 mi from Brighton & Hove. Eastbourne is 9.9 mi away. Free private parking is available on site. The hot tub & how quiet it was :) we felt like we had our own privacy even though the houses are quite near each other.
West Lodge B&B is a bed and breakfast offering accommodations near Hailsham. Each accommodations at the bed and breakfast has a private en-suite, garden views and free WiFi. Hosts were very accommodating. Lovely and quiet. It was an autumnal evening and Clare made sure the heating was on when we got back to our room later that night. Great breakfast with free range eggs laid on site by resident hens 🐔🐔
Little Oak Lodge is located in Hailsham and offers a garden and a terrace. Quiet idillic lodge. All modcons. Just beautiful. Everything you need for a comfortable night stay. Lovely walks and adventure park right next to lodge. We didn’t have time to go here but if we stayed longer we would have taken the children here. It was a perfect stop before our travel across to France. 30 mins drive from the port of Newhaven.
Located in Hailsham in the East Sussex region, Charming 1-Bedroom Apartment near South Downs features a garden. Very quiet rural location, with historical aspects to the area, good dog walking footpaths. Very clean, tidy and comfortable cottage with everything that is required for a pleasant stay. Exceptionally nice friendly and attentive hosts.
We stay in this area when we are going to Glyndebourne - so we don't visit it for its own sake. It is convenient for opera-goers, and handy for Eastbourne, for local attractions such as Herstmonceux castle and observatory or Bluebell railway. As a town there is nothing remarkable. We have found some nice pubs and places to eat nearby, such as the Village Shop in Upper Dicker and the Berwick Inn. Hailsham is handy for exploring the South Downs.
Most liked the cleanliness and presentation of the lodge. Fully equipped home away from home setting. The hot tub is a clear winner, private and peaceful environment. Comfy beds, a shower and a separate bath, great appliances, just really lovely stay, not even storm Eunice dampened the vibe! Only 2 drawbacks, a hefty security deposit of £150 which could deter customers and check out by 9am! That said, I would certainly return, at least let me stay a couple more hours before checking out. Highly recommend 👌🏾
I went there specifically for a folk concert at the marvellous Hailsham Pavilion, and will do so again, although I hear that the promoter of these events is giving up next year, which means Hailsham will lose s major attraction. Other than that, I found the one-way system confusing, and even the lady on Google maps couldn't get me out!
Hailsham has lots of cafes and some cute individual shops like Maybugs gift shop. Hays Cafe is great value and does a wide range of home cooked food. The staff are very friendly. Rajdoot Indian restaurant is also excellent. There are lots of facilities for a small town e.g. a cinema, a leisure centre, a bowling alley. Hailsham is a short pretty drive away from famous picturesque places like Alfriston, Cuckmere Haven, etc and so is a great base if you want to do walks over the South Downs. It’s also only a 40 min drive from Brighton but is much more affordable to stay in than Brighton.
Michelham Priory was well worth the visit - very interesting with attractive gardens and lovely tea room serving delicious home baked cakes and pastries. Callenders Restaurant in the High Street have a varied menu with a wide choice of dishes - our party of three enjoyed three courses cooked to perfection.
It's reputation is of a rough town. We stayed there as circumstances dictated at the time. The pub's environment was grimy and unwelcoming. The welcome wasn't awful, a little mechanical yes, but the vibe was pervasive. The position right on the High Street was central, but the carpark behind was off-putting and noisy and threatening late at night. We would never choose to stay in the town or hotel again and would struggle to recommend it.
This is a first class property, very well appointed and with a great deal of space. We particularly liked the welcoming touches by our host Jane, including a few essentials and snacks. The property was warm, clean and had all the equipment and facilities one could want. The quiet location was great for walking the dog from the doorstep and yet close enough to the Hailsham bypass to get out and explore easily. The Downs and coast are just a short drive away.
Everything... Great location, staff really friendly. We decided to have dinner at the hotel and it didn't disappoint. We had a family room and it was spacious, clean and comfortable. Would recommend and would go back. Thank you
Very good private farm location, quiet and peaceful. really helpful and friendly hostess (Clare). home-cooked farm fresh breakfast. amenities were what one would expect at a 5-star hotel
hotel great as was breakfast hosts 110% could not have been better.
The hot tub & how quiet it was :) we felt like we had our own privacy even though the houses are quite near each other.