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Set in Seaford in the East Sussex region, Pebbles Beach House features a garden. The accommodations is 27 mi from Hastings, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Good value for money. Great location, few steps from the see side, shops and restaurants. Beautiful property, nice interior, clean. We realy enjoyed the sunset with a glass of wine.. would recommend this place, and definitely would like to come back here again..
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.
Set in Seaford in the East Sussex region, Lamb's Knees has a terrace and garden views. Everything. Lovely cream tea welcome pack and bottle of wine etc. Thanks very much. Laura was very welcoming. House was very clean and had plenty of character. Fantastic very large child’s playroom on top floor although we didn’t have any children with us! Enclosed small garden safe for children. Very central for visiting Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings, Lewes etc and Seaford is a lovely small town. The property is just yards from the shops but still quiet. Loved our Sunday lunch on the Bluebell line steam train. ( used for the filming of Downton Abbey and The Railway Children apparently) Car parking on private drive.
Set in Seaford in the East Sussex region, Croft Cottage features a patio. The property is 27 mi from Hastings, and complimentary private parking is featured. The cottage was very nice and clean. We spent Christmas there. It was cosy and warm. There were no issues except that when the toaster was used, it tripped the electricity, it was our last day so did not matter too much. Left a note at the cottage to make them aware of this. Only criticism was that we could not find the key to the bookcase nor the cupboard underneath where the games were stored. Also TV needs updating, apart from that it was fine.
The Bengal Palace a really tasty curry at a reasonable price would visit again. The tea room near the church is excellent and would visit again. Some areas in town could do with some cleansing and doggy bins as there was dogs mess on the streets. Beach is lovely but no lifeguard and when we were there very windy and swimming dangerous especially with no life guard. There used to be a lovely van selling tea coffee and the best white bait we have ever eaten. Would go back. Parking is free along the beach front which is great. Interesting place and lovely walks along the sea.
I was booked on a Photography workshop with Professional Fine Art Photographer Rachael Talibart. We headed to Cuckmere Haven, which is nearby, to capture the breakers off the beach and views of the cliffs. The Seven Sisters Cliffs start here. A good day's shooting!
Pavements atrocious!!! Shops and shop keepers wonderful and helpful! Cafes excelent! Vegitarian food at the Wellington great! Beach, one of the best, pity there isn't a WC near by! Parks and gardens will be beautiful when in flower! Great bus and train service! Just a wonderful place!
Liked it all very much.looking to move to Seaford. Just right size town for us and marvellous views and very good bus access To Brighton and Eastbourne and wonderful walk from bus at visitor centre for sea at Cuckmere Haven
Locals were lovely- everything was an ideal distance from everything else- the sea is never more than a five minute walk away, and the local pubs are even closer than that! The seafront is really nice- not at all crowded and a really nice beach and promenade. The locals were super friendly and welcoming- a Chinese TakeAway and Restaurant owner stayed open later for us so we could eat there. Locals involved in the triathlon were very nice when letting us move our car during the event to get to a wedding. It’s also perfectly placed between Eastbourne and Brighton and Hove, so we managed a day trip to each.
We thought Seaford looked tired-a forgotten town. There are many charity shops and empty or vaccant buildings. The esplanade was long and flat suitable for wheelchairs or buggies but I don't think we will be back.