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Phoenix Guest House
41 Cambridge Gardens
Hastings
Sussex

TN34 1EN
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The Phoenix Guesthouse is a 7 bedroom Victorian House situated in the centre of Hastings town, 5 minutes walk from the main line rail station and seafront and also a short walk from the historic Hastings Old Town with its choice of pubs, restaurants and fresh fish stalls. The famous 1066 countryside is within easy reach and historic towns such as the Cinque Port of Rye and Battle are only a short journey away.Hastings and the surrounding 1066 countryside is full of things to see and do. The newly opened Hastings Blue Reef Aquarium, following a £1m refurbishment, features a giant ocean tropical display with an amazing underwater walkthrough tunnel. The 109 acre Alexandra Park runs through the heart of Hastings and is home to huge variety of plants and trees. Hastings Adventure Golf has three 18 hole courses including a 'Florida' style course with 7 waterfalls and 13 fountains. Hastings County Park provides 660 acres of ancient woodland, heath land and grassland along with 5 kilometers of spectacular cliffs and coastline, great for hikers and dog walkers.The Phoenix has 7 bedrooms, 1 en-suite, 3 with showers in the rooms and 3 with shared facilities. All the rooms have TV with FreeView, tea, coffee and biscuits, free wireless broadband Internet access and DVD player's and DVD's on request. Cereals and a full English breakfast, featuring locally smoked bacon and the Phoenix's own sausage recipe is served in the dining room every day with a vegetarian option and special dietary requirements also catered for.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets are welcome in the rooms by arrangement. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1600 and Check-Out time: 1030.

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