We stayed at the Chatsworth during the Hastings carnival week, (August) we have stayed several times before, the hotel is comfortable, clean, with friendly staff, it was £180 for three nights for a double room, we had a sea view this time which is always a bonus.
We don't have breakfast in the hotel which costs £7 each we prefer to go to the Angling club which is right by the Life Boat Station, if the weather is good there is a balcony which looks out to sea a hearty brekky is about £4.50.
We have booked again for one night for the Bonfire night which happens to be the nearest Saturday to the battle of Hastings (14/Oct/1066) so on that basis it cant be bad.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Chatsworth Hotel is one of Hasting's landmarks, situated in a superb position on the sea front. The hotel is a short walk from the bus and train stations and has ample car parking just yards away. All of the Chatsworth's 52 bedrooms are tastefully decorated and equipped to the highest standard offering: Direct dial telephones with data port Remote controlled television and radio Tea and coffee making facilities Hair dryer The bedrooms are situated on 3 floors with lift access to all. All are ensuite and many enjoy the benefits of the sea view. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Chatsworth Hotel Hastings