Superb little hotel on the seafront, a few minutes from the pier and just a 15 minute walk from the station.
Stayed for a bank holiday weekend and for what we paid (£35 each per night) could not be faulted. Received a very warm welcome, and all staff were friendly and helpful. Room was a little bit worn (and bed was a little bit uncomfortable for the missus) but very clean. Had no problem with noise like some other reviewers from either inside or outside the hotel. Weather was rubbish but didn't have any problems through this in the room.
Has a nice bar area, and on the Sunday afternoon they send you back to another generation with live music and a tea dance. This is obviously very popular with the locals above a certain age. We stayed for a bit, and it was entertaining, but not the full 4 hours its on for. Only problem with bar was that they stop serving bang on 11. There is a sign behind the bar giving full warning though.
Breakfast was very good. But didn't eat lunch or dinner in the restaurant. Lots of food places a short walk away, also a couple of pubs in staggering distance.
(Also Beachy head is about a 1.5 hour walk away going there, but about 35 mins coming back - in case you need to get time getting back for a world cup football match on the telly)
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