Monday, 30 April 2012

Sluttery Travels: The Old Rectory, Hastings

After spending all of last week writing about Yorkshire, I decided that Sluttery Travels needed to move down south. I've settled on The Old Rectory in Hastings. An 18th Century B&B that manages to have the perfect location - close to town and still surrounded by stunning countryside and the beach. Come on now, that's just showing off.


The feel of the place is very 'elegant countryside'. Seriously, it's like something straight out off Elle Decoration.


Each room has a similar feel, but the blue details in this one are particularly cute.


They promise that they'll add any extra touches you ask for, which means bottles of bubbly on arrival and chocolates and good stuff. They've also got free internet access (still a massive bugbear across B&Bs in general) and there's a free DVD library.


They've got two lounges so they're popular for weddings. Oh, and they've got a really gobsmacking view that makes me want to sack off the rest of the day and jump on a train.


Just an hour and a half away from London, prices start at £100 a night for two including breakfast. Surprisingly, single occupancy doesn't have a supplement - it's actually about £30 cheaper. I've got a feeling this little B&B is going to have a reservation in my name soon.

1 comment:

  1. Ahhh, little ol' Hastings. I've heard so much about the Old Rectory, but as I used to live there, I'd rather go somewhere else! Looks gorgeous though. And I can't recommend the Old Town enough. Good pubs and good food.

    Sarah
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