Accommodation in St Leonards, Kent
Part of the Kent Travel Guide on Britain Express, highlighting attractions, heritage, and tourism information.
Zanzibar International Hotel
A Town House Hotel in St Leonards, Kent
9 Eversfield Place Hastings
Accommodation Description:From: £99.00
Contemporary Boutique Hotel. All eight of the large relaxing rooms suites have been carefully crafted to instill a sense of calm and well-being. Rooms with their own saunas.
Spa baths big enough for 2. Sublime sea views and a tropical oasis garden. Ideal for midweek business or weekend romance.
Large flat screen tvs, DVD library (free), welcome drinks, Luxury LOccitane toiletries, Honesty Bar, Complimentary newspapers and wi-fi, Secure car park, Champagne breakfasts in the privacy of your room included (or in the sea view Grand Salon garden if you prefer). 400 count Egyptian cotton bed linen for a luxurious night of deep, unbroken sleep..
Accommodation Rating: 4* Self assessed
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Hastings Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum)
Fishermen's Museum - 1.1 miles (Museum)
Bexhill Museum - 4.4 miles (Museum)
Battle Abbey - 5.7 miles (Abbey)
Yesterdays World, Battle - 5.8 miles (Museum)
Battle Museum - 6.2 miles (Museum)
Brede High Woods - 7.2 miles (Countryside)
Winchelsea Court Hall Museum - 8.9 miles (Museum)
Northiam, St Mary - 9.8 miles (Historic Church)
Lamb House - 9.9 miles (Historic Building)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Battle - 6.3 miles away
Northiam - 9.8 miles away
Rye - 10.1 miles away
Brightling - 10.6 miles away
Sandhurst - 11.5 miles away
Newenden - 11.6 miles away
Hawkhurst - 13 miles away
Rolvenden - 14.3 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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