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Summerfields House
Bohemia Road
Hastings
Sussex

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A warm welcome awaits you at Summerfields House, a country style house set in several acres of fields and woodland with delightful formal gardens. The service offered at Summerfields House is very personal and tailored to the individual needs of each client. Hastings is on the south east coast of East Sussex. We are approximately 1-1 1/2 hour's drive away from the cross channel ports of Folkestone, Dover and Newhaven where ferries berth after their journeys from Calais, Boulogne, Ostend, Dunkirk and Dieppe. The channel tunnel terminal from France and Belguim is also only an hour away. A easy 10 minute stroll will take you along the promenade towards the old town of Hastings where you will see the larger seafront Hotels, the Hastings sea fishing fleet which is the largest beached sea fishing fleet in the country. Here you can see and purchase fresh fish, crabs and shell fish, many that have been bought ashore that morning. Along the promenade there are the wonderful views of the Sussex coast and on warm fine days you may be able to see the coast of France and occasionally the dolphins playing around in the surf. Have a walk around the twittens of the old town, take a look in the "old curio's shops". Venture to any of the three museums or spend time in Underwater World or the Smugglers Adventure in St Clements caves. Hastings is full of cafes, restaurants and wine bars. Take a sample of the local cuisine most at very reasonable prices.All rooms are en-suite and furnished with super-king size or twin beds. Breakfast is served in the elegant dining room or the Victorian conservatory. A full English breakfast is available together with many healthy alternatives including vegetarian options.

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