Two Sawyers

Historic Inn in Hastings, Kent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Pett Road
TN35 4HB

Two Sawyers, Hastings

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Accommodation Description:

Beautiful 16th Century Inn with many original features. Character bars with wood floors open fires and low beamed ceilings in dining area. Large beer garden with plenty of seating covered decking area to rear of building.

Brick paved courtyard to front of property. Extensive menu served twice daily (All day Sunday). Three recently refurbished double en-suite bedrooms each with wardrobe chest of drawers coffee table fridge and flat screen television.

All guests have access to free wi-fi internet access during their stay.

 3 star rating

From: £85.00

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