What a little gem, we had a fantastic stay. The Black Rock House is a beautiful Victorian property that has been tastefully converted into a hotel, whilst still retaining many period features. We booked 2 rooms, one for us and one for our daughter and her husband as we were going to our sons wedding. We were greeted with a really warm welcome which included tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits. The rooms are quite large and contain everything you need for a really comfortable stay. There are tea and coffee making facilities including complimentary biscuits, organic tea and fair trade ground coffee, plus jugs of fresh water on each bedside table. There is a fridge which includes a jug of fresh milk. There's a clock radio including I-pod dock, a flat screen TV and DVD player. There's also a large selection of DVD's on the landing area, just help youself for a quite evening relaxing in front of the telly. A steam iron and ironing board plus a safe can be found in the wardrobe (which includes ample hangers). The shower was excellant as was the rest of the bathroom, which included high quality fittings. The bath robes were really soft and felt luxurious and each day we were supplied with fresh flannels. The rooms have really comfortable beds with good quality crisp white linen, we slept really well. There's a dressing table and good size chest of drawers plus two bed side tables all in matching oak. The room had large sash cord windows with views out to sea, the sun flooded in giving a light and airy feel. The breakfast's were to die for, the traditional English breakfast included delicious sausages and fried vine tomatoes. We also had smoked haddock with poached eggs and halloumi, vine tomatoes and potato bread. There's an honesty bar in the dining room, including beers, spirits, ice and glasses, just write down what you've used and they add it to the bill, how refreshingly trusting. Theres no dedicated carpark, however, you are supplied with parking vouchers and there is ample on street parking directly outside the hotel. We were always able to get parked easily. It's a relatatively short walk into Hastings, all downhill (quite steep). A taxi back to the hotel from Hastings Old Town cost £5. We would definately recommend this hotel and will be back in the near future. Thanks Yuliya and your wonderfull team for a really relaxing and enjoyable stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Black Rock House is a luxury Bed and Breakfast offering boutique accommodation in the heart of Hasting on the Sussex Coast, close to historic Battle and Rye. Black Rock House B&B Hastings is a beautifully restored Victorian villa with sea views centrally located within a few minutes of the beach, town centre, and Hastings Old Town. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Black Rock House Hotel Hastings