Rutland Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

17 Grosvenor Crescent
St Leonards-on-Sea
East Sussex
England
TN380AA

Rutland Guest House, St Leonards-on-Sea

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Welcome to Rutland Guesthouse. We are a small friendly Victorian bed and breakfast in a prime position on the A259 coastal road just minutes from the beach and promenade With free on street parking. We have 7 rooms with our front rooms enjoying beautiful sea views whilst our rooms at the back overlook the terraced gardens.

all rooms are freshly decorated and are en-suite except our 2 singles which have a shared bathroom. Bedrooms have complimentary hot drinks trayTVDVDwireless internet and alarm clock. Hair dryer ironing board and iron are available on request.

We have a spacious dining room where you can enjoy a full English breakfast freshly cooked to order we can cater for children and most dietary needs. Evening meals can be served by prior arrangement only. You can be assured of a relaxed comfortable stay whether its business or pleasure we will make you feel welcome.

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From: £70.00


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