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The hotel itself is nice, old and creaky in a good way and in an excellent location. The staff is trying very very hard. The rooms were average, the food a bit above average. It needs a bit of tuning up.
On arrival we were told Booking.Com had not informed the hotel of my reservation, which I made 6 months previously because I wanted the certainty of a sea view. We were offered a room up a side street where you could get a partial glimpse...More
My boyfriend booked to go to Eastbourne for our 10th anniversary because we hadn't been there for ages, like the coast and I used to go all the time growing up as my grandma lived there.
The hotel looked impressive when we first got there...More
My partner and I were due to stay for one evening over a weekend. We booked 3 weeks prior and had received a booking confirmation and a reminder the day before arrival, reminding us of our stay.
When we arrived the reception staff were not...More
Scored a good deal and headed to Cavendish with great anticipation. Sadly reception were not patirculary welcoming or warm on arrival. Strange to have to pay up front and £4.00 for parking seems a bit mean spirited. Nice room with great view and a lovely...More
$60 - $151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Pot of tea for 1 or 2. An ancient, hard scone, jam and cream plus a dry, old teacake. After that I can't remember as we'd left and gone elsewhere. No point in complaining as the staff just stare at you as if you're from... More
Pot of tea for 1 or 2. An ancient, hard scone, jam and cream plus a dry, old teacake. After that I can't remember as we'd left and gone elsewhere. No point in complaining as the staff just stare at you as if you're from outer space, shrug and walk away. Eat out !