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Designed as a traditional barn, The Lodge at Winchelsea is located between Rye and Hastings, 1.5 miles from Winchelsea Beach. It offers a bistro-style restaurant and modern bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. Full EnglishBreakfast was superb!! Dinner in restaurant good and reasonably priced. Room very clean and spacious. Good customer service. Very good and comfortable bar area .
Built in 1860, Manor Farm Oast is located in the middle of a working farmland and features a garden and free on-site parking. The location was amazing, lovely countryside and very quite. Breakfast exceeded our expectations very tasty and lots of variety, excellent full English.
The Gem offers accommodations in Winchelsea, 3.1 mi from Rye and 9.3 mi from Hastings. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and free off-road parking is available on site. Private lounge facility with the bedroom - like a suite, meant very comfortable. Substantial breakfast, all delicious. Friendly host and off road parking. Quiet with good views, but Winchelsea within walking distance.
Offering a restaurant, Winchelsea Beach has accommodations in Winchelsea. There's a seating and/or dining area in some units. The apartment has a terrace. Beach was only a short walk and co op supermarket 50yds from site. Bedding and towels provided were good. Water hot. All of the kitchen items were new.
Located in Winchelsea in the East Sussex region, Pipewell Cottage has a garden. The property is 9 miles from Hastings. This vacation home is fitted with 2 bedrooms, a TV, and a kitchen. Quirky little cottage with a small enclosed garden good enough for the kids to enjoy. The cottage was basic but clean and had beautiful views. It was also nice and quiet.
Detailed review already submitted. Manager response illogical, insulting and simply untrue on many points (he not in a position to know facts). Hardly unexpected given lack of service and staff rudeness during three different service interaction points. Lack of any staff dedicated to hotel side of business and grossly overworked food service staff only prepared to do anything with regard to accommodation if/when they decide they can manage - totally unacceptable when wrongly claiming to be 4 star when rating requirements mean can only be correctly 2 star.
The Gem is not in the village. A short car journey takes you to the beach, Winchelsea, Rye and the Nature reserve. Most of these could be walked to across fields or footpaths, but we aren't up to long walks. A great spot for walkers. We went into Rye for meals. The more local 'Ship' was closed. Covid restricted choices but Marino's fish and chips were the best I've tasted. We loved Winchelsea town, especially the church. A very special place with beautiful stained glass and a fascinating history. Beautiful individual old houses and stunning views with lots of promising walks. We also enjoyed our visit to the nature reserve on the marshes. The pebbled beaches were quiet and at low tide lots of sand and long walks and paddles, with country side on the opposite side of the road. Maybe it is just due to Covid, but Rye is asleep by 9pm.
Lots to do in surrounding areas for all age groups crazy golf in Hastings was good value for money and long opening times so you could avoid busy times Shopping centre had a good range of shops and cafes Lots of attractions to suit all tastes from arcades to museums Dom's Ice cream on the seafront was excellent value for money and funky banana flavour amazing
Very quiet little town perfect for relax and break from busy city. It is countryside with not many tourists attractions. In the middle of nowhere are castle ruins to see - long but very relaxing and enjoyable walk through the field full of sheeps. There is also beautiful (stone) beach - worth to see - perfect for a evening walks. We had a nice stay and would definitely recommend it.
It's a lovely historical 'large village', but we didn't have time to do it justice as our 1x night weekend was to enjoy the sights and culture of Rye. Winchelsea is very pretty, has its own museum and lovely pub + food. Good for walkers, better when it's not raining ! Also there is a beach, so all in all very varied lovely countryside with a fair bit to discover. Would like to visit again and sample its full potential.
Winchelsea is very quaint but small. Rye is a more interesting town with a number of cafes and restaurants. There are places of historic interest to visit too. Would recommend The Hope Anchor Tea Rooms and Webbe's Fish Cafe.
The property itself and the surrounding area were beautiful! The rooms were well equipped, clean, spacious, airy and the beds were comfy! Kate was so friendly, informative, kind and helpful. We were 4 friends meeting up to celebrate our 60th birthdays and we couldn't have chosen a better property and location- we visited winchelsea, rye and hastings- wonderful, especially loved the pier!
The Gem is a perfect place to explore Winchelsea beach which was the intention of the visit! Due to Covid-19 guidelines, a continental breakfast was served to eat in my room and it was all very delicious! The B&B was clean throughout with a lovely garden out the front. A secure parking space was provided.
All was prepared and organised very convenient. The Winchelsea Beach is really cosy and nice. The area is beautiful. The Holiday Park is nice and well prepared place. The facilities are good. You can stay there and have a proper rest! :-)
Quaint little cottage but with all mod cons. Winchelsea Town is just picture perfect. It has a very good village shop and pub literally just steps away. We had a lovely few days. Plenty to see in the area. Highly recommend it.
Welcome and service for our needs by the manager Robin
The room was small but really nice and it smelt so good. All the facilities were totally there for you and the staff were exceptionally helpful. The room was also really lovely and warm. Nice and peaceful.
The property was fully equipped with everything and more that you could possibly need. It was a perfect location, quiet and peaceful with easy access to where we wanted to travel too. A home from home.
AVery nice lady that runs the property, easy to find, room is big and comfortable Rye is easy to get to, and plenty of good places to eat around some within walking distance very good breakfast