Laindons guesthouse Hastings breakfasts – delicious!

Laindons guesthouse Hastings breakfast – delicious!

We take great pride in the Laindons guesthouse breakfasts which are served every morning between 8.30-10am in our conservatory overlooking East Hill nature park, the perfect place for a relaxing start to the day.

We’ve created a menu that reflects the seasons and sources the best local produce available; our fresh free-range eggs are from Woodlands farm, our free-range sausages and bacon are from our local butcher with our jams and marmalades hand-produced nearby in Battle. We bake our own bread and roast our own coffee sourced from a small independent coffee house in Peckham (a nod to our London roots) with fruit juices/smoothies freshly made every morning.

But if a ‘full English’ isn’t your thing, not to worry, we have other items on our menu to tempt you; after all, they say it’s the most important meal of the day, so we like to make sure you’re fed and ready for anything. Why not try our delicious granola, Lancashire yoghurt and dark berry compote, or our crispy bacon on blueberry muffin. We also offer delicious vegetarian and vegan breakfast options to set you up for the day.

If you’ve any special requirements or if you need an earlier start, please let us know when you book or contact us on: on 01424 437710 or mail:

Check our sample menu here

Delicious fry up
Breakfast views
Full English breaksfast
Granola Lancashire Yoghurt and Dark Berry Compote
Avocado and crispy bacon
Great breakfast choices
Breakfast to start your day

Always stay here!

“I loved our stay here. The rooms are nicely decorated and the staff is wonderful and friendly. Hastings is a wonderful seaside town to walk around in. The Laindons is a charming B&B. I highly recommend you get the blueberry pancakes at breakfast.”

Clare L, TripAdvisor, September 2018

Elegant B&B in the heart of Hastings’ Old Town

“We have just spent two nights at this lovely B&B, based on previous positive reviews. It is a really elegant property, situated on the High Street of the Old Town, Hastings. We stayed in the beautifully-decorated Yellow Room which is really spacious, with a separate shower and corner bath. The room had everything we needed and we were able to collect small bottles of fresh milk from the communal area so that we could have hot drinks in our room.

Karen and Malcolm were incredibly friendly hosts. Guests are given a parking permit, which allows you to park in the public car park just behind the B&B. Spaces are limited and we happened to stay during a February heatwave when Hastings was ridiculously busy. The permit covers you from 4pm (check-in) until 11am (check-out) the following day. So please bear in mind that if you stay for two nights, as we did, you have to cover the cost of parking from 11am until your next permit kicks in at 4pm. We went off to explore the local area by car and had to park further out of town on a side street on our return until spaces became available in the car park again.

I could hear slight traffic and then seagulls from our room overnight/early morning (and I am a very light sleeper) but the complimentary earplugs in the room did the trick! The toiletries in the room are lovely and we found the bed to be very comfy with luxurious bedding. We took advantage of the DVD library one evening too. There are plenty of bars and restaurants within a few minutes’ walk. We would have no hesitation in recommending this as a place to stay.”

TheTravellingWilsons, Huntingdon, TripAdvisor, February 2019