Twenty one bedrooms of varying sizes and features are found on the top three floors.
They all have the building's gorgeous period detailing firmly in place. They all have great bathrooms and all the bits you need to survive in style. The smallest are not that small. And the bigger ones tend to overlook the seafront, with three of them overlooking it supremely well, thanks to their balconies.
Every room has all this going for it
Naturalmat mattress dressed in a Savoy luxury hotel topper and 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton linen / Coffee machine with compostable pods, kettle and teas / Still and sparkling water plus fresh milk / Great hairdryer / Steamer / Recycled slippers and Frette gowns / Turntable and records / Bluetooth Roberts Radio / TV with Freeview / The right to raid our Pantry.
These are the smallest rooms. But they're no broom cupboards. They have double beds, great bathrooms with showers, and views out over the high street.
Guest Room with Balcony and Sea View
This option brings our smallest room size together with our biggest room prize – a balcony on the seafront. Some only have a shower, but it’s a great shower.
Large Guest Room
We have some Guest Rooms that have a bit of extra space and roll tub baths as well as a shower. The view from these rooms is over the high street, and one has a Juliet balcony to go with its elegant French door-style windows.
Large Guest Room with Sea View
These rooms might not have balconies, but they have amazing views over the beach and sea. And they enjoy that bit more space and roll tub baths, along with all the heritage charm this building is full of.
Large Guest Room with Balcony and Sea View
Now we’re talking. The largest room size with a balcony on which you will be living the dream (weather permitting).