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Offering a barbecue and hot tub, John Wayne Lodge is set in Peacehaven in the East Sussex Region, 6 mi from Brighton & Hove. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. John is very helpful. The property is just a couple minutes from a beautiful ocean view. A nice place to stay if you’re looking for accommodations in the area.
Featuring a garden and a tennis court, BRAND NEW COSY LUXURY HOME has accommodations in Newhaven with free WiFi and garden views. The property is 9 miles from Brighton & Hove. The accommodation was beautiful and clean, and Nicky very nice and polite!
Mariners Wharf is located in Newhaven. Both WiFi and private parking are available at this property free of charge. A continental breakfast is served each morning at the property. Very welcoming and a lovely property. Felt comfortable and enjoyed my stay
Featuring free WiFi, Sandford House is located on the beachfront in Seaford. The apartment has garden views and is 27 mi from Hastings. The house is located in close proximity to the beach. It is clean and very nicely decorated. By the hostess Lynne, you feel very comfortable in the house. The design of the house is ideal for longer stays. For families but also for friends or solo travelers this is a perfect accommodation in an excellent location. Gladly again.
although Newhaven has a small town centre, it's in between Eastbourne and Brighton. three good pubs nearby. too. The King Edward, the Hope inn and the Ark. the King Edward doesn't do food but it,s a lovely old pub with an old fashioned pub game called Toad in the hole which is fun. never seen it anywhere else before.
The Ark, for a good cup of coffee. Very good service, not enough staff for a saturday morning. Newhaven is not much of a place to visit unless using the ferry to Dieppe. Perhaps we didn't see the good part or perhaps it will be developed in the next ten years.
We didn't spend any time other than overnight at Newhaven but on arrival in the early evening there where kids running around the car park! A bit daunting parking there but it was free parking as it was Saturday evening. There was a little sports bar just in the centre which we were treated very friendly in. We got take away pizza and again treated very friendly and delicious pizza.
John Wayne Lodge is not in Newhaven itself but in Peacehaven which is a kind of suburb at a 2 miles distance. Newhaven is a nice small town. Peacehaven looks a bit boring where not much is going on. The only interesting place is the steep coast.
Very pretty village with a good bus service to the railway station for visiting surrounding areas. Perhaps the only negative point was that at the time we stayed the local pub wasn't serving food but it was only about a 10-15 minute walk to a Brewers Fayre and a short drive to The Ark which was very good.
Newhaven is caught up in traffic as you arrive but there is great pub right down on the coast, the Hope, I think with a good ambience and good food. The main street is fine. There is a yacht marina and a local castle/battlement to visit. I was just passing through for one night on the way to Dieppe .
John is very helpful. The property is just a couple minutes from a beautiful ocean view. A nice place to stay if you’re looking for accommodations in the area.