The Coach House
from £53 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £53 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
Estimated nightly price based on a weekly stay. Contact the advertiser to confirm the total cost.
Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
This two storey property, originally the Coach House for the adjoining Victorian house, has been beautifully renovated to provide a comfortable and well equipped holiday let, perfect for stays at any time of year. There is off road parking for two cars and a lovely gravelled courtyard garden with table and sun loungers for those warm sunny days. The Old Town of Hastings has a wealth of interesting shops and restaurants and hosts a variety of music and outdoor theatre events throughout the year. The famous Jerwood Gallery has many cultural events on offer and is well worth a visit.
"The flat was very well presented, and lovely and warm to walk in to adn the flat was very well equipped. Would stay there again as we love the old town real ale pubs and this makes an excellent base. We would recommend the flat to others. Bramley and Teal were excellent, very professional and quick in all correspondence."
The Hyde Family, April 2015.
"The cottage was very clean and tidy when we arriced. Everything was well presented. It was warm & cosy and had everything we needed. We would happily stay again and will reccomend this cottage as it is very comfortable and presented to a high standard."
The Mohr Family, April 2015.
The presentation of the house was very good. Very clean and tidy etc. A nice bottle of wine and a box of After Eights being left out for us was a nice touch. We did find that we had no heating or hot water on arrival but after I contacted the owner Paul, he got in touch with a plumber and it was sorted out quickly and efficiently which was impressive. Everything was made available we required. In fact much more equipped than we expected. If we were to visit Hastings again, we would stay there again. I have already recommended it to my Father in law. The booking experience worked perfectly. It was easy and straight forward.
The Monk Family, February 2015.
The Coach House and neighbouring properties overlook a large carp fishing lake. Day tickets can be bought locally if guests wish to enjoy a days fishing (Please note: a licence is required ).
The main entrance is from the driveway and opens into a small hallway with the stairs to the first floor directly in front of you. To the right is the main living room with modern galley style kitchen to the far end. The room has been decorated in a mixture of modern and vintage furnishings and has plenty of space to cook, dine and relax in comfort. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric cooker, gas hob and microwave. There is also a washing machine and a fridge with small freezer above. A dining table to seat four with surrounding French style mirrors and to the front of this room is a sofa and additional chair where the TV with DVD player can be watched in comfort. The owners have provided a selection of DVDS and useful leaflets and guest information for the local area.
The stairs in the hallway lead to the first floor bedroom which has windows to the side and rear overlooking the garden and fishing lake. The 5ft bed has a memory foam mattress and bedside tables with side lamps. There is plenty of storage and hanging space provided with fitted cupboards and chest of drawers. The bright ensuite bathroom has a bath with overhead shower, sink and WC.
Stairgate, selection of DVDs, nearby Carp fishing lake (licence required), parking for two cars
Strictly no smoking in this property. This property is happy to accept one dog. There is a £20 fee per dog per week which must be pre-booked. Please remember that dogs are not allowed to be left unattended in the property at any time and are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture. Prices include bedlinen, bath towels, all utilities, pre-arrival and departure cleaning and a welcome pack.
The prices quoted on holiday lettings do not reflect our seasonal banding.
Please contact the Bramley & Teal team via our website.
The changeover day for weekly bookings Friday in high season. Other start days may be possible on request in the low and mid-season. Short breaks may commence on any day. There is a £24 booking fee per holiday and a £250 security deposit is required prior to arrival which can be pre-authorised on a credit/debit card.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Hastings 1 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gatwick 97 km, Nearest railway: Hastings 2 km|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Private fishing lake or river|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The East Sussex region
The South East of England is filled with some of the best attractions and outdoor pursuits to be had anywhere in the country. For a spot of indulgence, have a look at our fine vineyards or treat yourself with a spot of retail therapy at one of the many shopping destinations - perfect for days out at any time of year.
The South East is packed full of great days out for all the family, with some of the best theme parks in England located in the South East as well as fascinating zoos and intriguing museums, the opportunities are endless. there are numerous National Trust properties suitable for visitors of all ages as well as plenty of places to visit whatever the season.
This cosmopolitan town is home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe, the remains of the first castle in England to be built by William the Conqueror, a preserved Old Town and a strong local arts community. Hastings is also home to the Jerwood Gallery, a stunning new art gallery housing a collection of 20th and 21st century British art that has never before been seen by the public. It will be located in the Stade area, in the middle of the fishing quarter.
Around the time of the Norman Conquest Hastings was a thriving fishing and trading centre and the original port lies deep below today's town centre. In 1287 the Great Storm hit the southern coast of England and caused the cliff and half its castle to fall into the sea, ruining its harbour. The town then moved eastward. Hastings is a Cinque Port, and up until the 16th century, with other coastal towns provided the ships and men who guarded king and country from frequent and vicious attacks in return for special privileges. This unique confederation of South East England Channel ports was the original force behind England's maritime power.
Hastings is really three towns in one joined by a level promenade; the Old Town to the east, the bustling contemporary shopping Town Centre in the middle and St Leonards to the west featuring the classical elegance of James Burton's architecture and the fashionable Norman Road – recently named as the new 'Portobello Road-on sea' by The Times` and offering a great collection of antique shops and vintage galleries.
Today, nestling between the East and West Hills, the Old Town is a charming mix of half-timbered houses, narrow streets and passageways, locally known as 'twittens'. Both the Shipwreck Museum and the Fishermens Museum vividly recall old seafaring days and famous local sunken ships. Next to the museums are the impressive tall black Net Huts, Hastings Fish Market offering fresh fish caught in an environmentally friendly way, fish stalls, seafood restaurants and cafes.
Deep in the West Hill you will see Hastings smuggling heritage come to life at Smugglers Adventure in St Clements Caves and below you will find Pelham Beach, a delightful blend of shingle and sand. At the top of the East Hill is Hastings Country Park, 660 acres of ancient woodland, grassland and heathland that stretch across five miles of exposed cliffs and rugged terrain. You can reach the country park by taking the East Hill Lift, the steepest funicular railway in Britain.
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Claire Acock (Property Manager Bramley and Teal Ltd)
- 5 Years listed
Calendar last updated:01 Sep 2015
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