West St Leonards Apartment
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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Very spacious character Victorian two king size bedroom self-catering apartment with private street access, arranged on two floors with sea view from living room. Double glazing, gas central heating with thermostatically controlled radiators in all rooms, flat screen TVs and HD FreeSat in living room and both bedrooms. Living room TV has streaming stick with access to Netflix, BBC i player, 4OD, children's channels etc. Small private courtyard with table and 4 chairs (access via rear bedroom). Blackout curtains/blinds in both bedrooms. Large fully equipped kitchen with eye level electric oven/grill, integrated 4 ring gas hob, microwave, toaster and kettle. Bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle, fitted with Mira Sport Electric shower. 10 minute walk to beach and railway station, 2 minute walk to bus stop, free on street parking, and all within easy reach of the many attractions in historic 1066 country.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||West St Leonards 800 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||800 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: London Gatwick 95 km, Nearest railway: West St Leonards 800 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
16' x 14' living room with feature fire place, 10' high ceiling, 2 leather recliner sofas, piano, dining table and 4 chairs, fitted carpet. 2 large bedrooms (15' x 14' and 11' x 10') with king size divans, dimmer switch on central light, fitted carpets. 11' x 11' fully fitted modern kitchen.
|Further details outdoors|
Private entrance, small enclosed private courtyard with table and 4 chairs. Restricted sea view from living room. Free on street parking.
A 25% deposit is payable on booking with the remainder due 8 weeks before the arrival date. For bookings within the 8 week period, payment will be due in full. In addition a £100 holding deposit for any excessive cleaning/damage will be taken, repayable within 7 days of departure.
Please note that the accommodation cannot be reserved until the deposit/full payment is made.
About this location
The East Sussex region
The sunny South East corner of England with all the history of the Norman Conquest (1066 and all that!), the birthplace of British motor racing (1902), the first TV transmission (John Logie Baird in 1924), home of Catherine Cookson (1939-1976), film location for Poirot and Foyle's War (2000 onwards) and so much more.
The area has award winning beaches, beautiful countryside, and a wealth of historic castles, country houses and battlefields. Iconic architecture like the Art Deco gem of the De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill on Sea) is nearby and Brighton, that most famous of British seaside towns is an hour away by car or train.
The surreal experience of Dungeness, the legendary White Cliffs of Dover, the desolation of Beachy Head, historic towns like Battle, Rye etc right on your doorstep, not to mention easy access to The Continent.....what are you waiting for??? Book it now!
St Leonards on Sea
The property was built in 1860 and is located in the conservation area of Burton St Leonards, created by James and Decimus Burton to enable Victorian Londoners to take in the theraputic sea air, which is even more vital today than it was back then!
The last remaining beach launched fishing fleet in Europe is just a two mile Easterly stroll along the Promenade to 'Rock a Nore'. On the way you will pass numerous restaurants, bars, Hastings Pier and Hastings Old Town before arriving at the Fisherman's Museum and the unique net huts where you can buy your own 'catch of the day'. Or take a detour and explore the intriguing Old Town with its wealth of antique shops and historic buildings. Take a step back in time as you wander amongst the tiny alleyways known as 'Twittens' and experience life through the ages.
The remains of the second castle built by William The Conqueror is on the West Hill in Hastings and can be reached by a funicular railway, or, for the energetic, a walk through the Old Town and Twittens will take you there. William's first castle is at Pevensey Bay, just a few miles West of Hastings.
Also within easy walking distance heading West along the seafront is Bexhill on Sea where you'll find the Art Deco De La Warr Pavilion, home to exhibitions all year round. Along that coastal walk you may encounter the 1749 wreck of the Amsterdam where local legend has it that you might still search for the missing bullion!! You'll certainly experience a 'secret area' of character beach huts with an array of rare coastal plants and the dramatic Beachy Head is frequently visible, and very much worth a visit if you've got a car.
For the family there's the Smugglers Caves (an all year attraction steeped in the history of smuggling on the South Coast), Clambers Play Centre (an in and outdoor fun place), the Blue Reef Aquarium (for the 'get up close with sea life' experience) and all the usual seafront attractions.......fairground rides, crazy golf, amusement arcades........candy floss optional!!
Hastings has a great tradition of festivals throughout the year. From May to October there is always something happening! The Old Town has its carnival on the 4th of August this year, September brings the Coastal Currents Arts Festival and also the Hastings Seafood and Wine Festival held on The Stade. October is the month for fireworks and bonfires and the famous re-enactment of one of the most important dates in history....1066.....after all, if it was good enough for William The Conqueror, what are you waiting for?
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5 Jan 2015
"Wow Five Stars Accomandation"
We were totally wowed by this place. First of all, It is huge, like 1500 sq ft, spread out on 2 floors. The kitchen was so well equipped that we could cook a multi-course meal for 10 people if neede… More
Thanks for your review, glad you and your family liked staying here.
20 Nov 2014
"Un séjour ultra agréable"
Un accueil des plus chaleureux dans une maison très agréable ! Le logement est parfait, confortable, chaleureux et propre et dans un quartier ultra calme. La ville et les environs sont typiques, de nombreux endroits "so british" à découvrir avec émerveillement. Si vous aimez les charity shops, brocantes et boutiques vintage, c'est le paradis des chineurs !
C'est avec un très grand plaisir que nous retournerons chez ces hôtes qui sont extrêmement sympathiques et, si vous ne parlez pas anglais, qui parlent très bien français !
24 Aug 2014
"Bel appartement, toutes commodités, proche de la mer"
C'est la deuxième fois que je loue cet appartement pour les vacances d'été : tout est parfait, il ne manque rien, le wifi est excellent, la mer est proche, et le centre ville est à 20 mi… More
30 Sep 2013
"Large, well equipped and well situated apartment."
This apartment has two bedrooms, lounge diner, kitchen, bathroom and a small courtyard. It is extremely spacious and allows a family to spread out without being on top of each other, TV's in both… More
25 Aug 2013
"very beautiful flat and very kind owner"
We enjoyed our stay in the city and particulary in the house which was very clean and tidy. The house is large and we have all what we need. the WI FI is perfect. Railstation for london is close to th… More
8 Aug 2013
"VERY CLEAN AND WELCOMING"
Stayed here at the end of July this year, very comfortable, clean, spacious, well furnished, and welcoming. everything you would need.… More
9 Jul 2013
"a super place to stay"
my friend and I stayed at this lovely apartment for just a few nights and it was everything that one could possibly want. it is clean,fresh,large and brilliantly equipped and it is in the right locati… More
25 Jun 2013
"Fantastic Place To Stay"
We were given a very warm welcome from our hosts who gave us our keys and showed us around our accommodation which was spotlessly clean and well furnished.All the rooms are spacious, some with high ce… More
17 Apr 2013
"Great accommodation, spacious, clean, comfortable"
Stayed at West St Leonards on a short break in April 2013. The accommodation was clean, spacious and welcoming. All amenities were provided including a travel cot and high chair, tv's and dvd… More
16 Apr 2013
"Home from home."
This apartment was so comfy, it had everything you could possibly need. The weather was sub zero, but the apartment was warm and cosy, we spent much more time indoors because of this. There was a multitude of DVD's for all the family, books and games, so we had plenty to do. Yes we had to try the Chinese takeaway, which was lovely. The only downside was that parking wasn't always easy, which was not the owners fault, and they helpfully moved their car to let us pack on the last morning. All in all a great apartment, we hope to visit again.
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