|Posted by thecavalierhouse on October 28, 2009 at 5:59 PM|
For the perfect combination of a charming Bed & Breakfast and a superb Dinner,The Cavalier House and adjacent Webbes Rock-a-Nore restaurant would be hard tobeat. Our hosts at The Cavalier House - she's an actress, he's a composer -couldn't have been more welcoming and the basement room was a light and airydelight! Our walk to dinner was all of twenty paces as the newly opened WebbesRock-a-Nore restaurant is on the adjacent seafront corner. An excellent menuwith an emphasis on local fresh fish would suit everyone. The Cavalier Houseoffers a first-class breakfast cooked before your eyes and even produced reallygood decaffeinated cafetiere coffee! Hastings has much to offer the walker (theseafront, the castle, the hills), the shopper (a huge eclectic mix of shops)and the nearby De La Warr Pavillion in Bexhill-on-Sea helps to fulfill culturalleanings, offering art exhibitions, ballet, theatre, etc. etc. Perhaps becausewe were just out of season but we didn't find parking a problem and parkedacross the road in the smaller carpark behind Tourist Information, for a mere£3.50 overnight.
Carol& Colin, London