Boutique guesthouse Hastings – Press Releases

Boutique guesthouse Hastings – Press Releases

Travel Destinations – The Telegraph – Boutique guesthouse Hastings

Amidst the formal gents outfitters, artisan delis and dusty antique emporiums of the Old Town, you’ll find this stylish b&b in a dashing Grade-II listed Georgian coaching house. The interior charms with a cool seaside-chic vibe and you’ll find a cheery welcome from the owners, Karen and Malcolm Twist….

All the six rooms are comfortably sized with high ceilings and stacks of natural light from large sash windows. The pale grey walls and period cast iron fireplaces are enhanced with seaside touches like straw fedoras; some rooms have padded window seats or a chaise longue for essential weekend lounging. Beds wrapped in Drapers’ finest European linen are hand-built from reclaimed timber and are huge and comfy.. (read more)

Telegraph - Travel Destinations - May 2019 - Boutique guesthouse Hastings

Lifestyle – The Sunday People

February 2019 – I SAW RED ON ARRIVAL
Friendly and efficient. I was in my room straight away but that wasn’t before the lovely owner, Karen, offered me a glass of red wine. Delightful…. On the High Street in Hastings Old Town. You are a short walk from the charming delights of cobbled George Street, a few steps further will take you on the glorious beach of this historic seaside town…  LOVED the decor, comfy beds and delightful owners. I will be returning many times more.  HATED Nothing. It was all perfect…

The Sunday People - Lifestyle Article - Feb 2019 - Boutique guesthouse Hastings

The Times Cool Hotel Guide

Inside the 18th-century former coach house near the top of Hastings’s winding High Street, you’re in for a surprise. Just up from the seaside town’s beach-based fishing fleet, The Laindons consists of five minimalist rooms with the odd sheepskin rug, reupholstered antique chair and splash of art thrown in… a veritable haven of Scandinavian cool. A lounge with a crackling wood fire… (read more)

Cool Hotel Guide - The Times

Top Lifestyle Magazine

Wealden Times – The Lifestyle Magazine for Kent and Sussex
“We set out to make the guest house warm and welcoming, but at the same time bright and uncluttered …” (read more)

Wealden Times Lifestyle Magazine

The Independent on Sunday – Exclusive Weekend Travel Guide

Make Haste to Hastings
Hidden away from the touristy seafront, this guesthouse is right at home in a charismatic setting, says Juliet Kinsman. While Hastings is boldly bookended by the bang-on-the-beach Jerwood Gallery and the Modernist De la Warr Pavillion at Bexhill, the Old Town keeps its treasures more hidden.  …” (read more)

The Week – Britain’s ultra-chic new B & Bs

Scandinavian Chic in Seaside Sussex
.. a restored Georgian gem. A former coach house in the middle of Hastings, now a chic B & B …” (read more)

The Week Chic B and B

Red – Escapes special travel articles

There’s No Place Like Home
.. a restored Georgian gem. A former coach house in the middle of Hastings, now a chic B & B …” (read more)

Press Red Escapes Travel Reviews

The Times (Saturday) – Travel

Top Boutique B & Bs in Great Britain
.. A hidden gem in Hastings …” (read more)

Living etc – Seven Reasons to Visit

Hastings and St Leonard’s-on-Sea East Sussex
.. A perfect chic B & B, what an amazing place to stay .. a style and interior design article…” (read more)

Living Etc

Coast Magazine – Best B & B

We travelled to East Sussex to see Hastings B&B The Langdons. Review by Jessica Johnson
The Laindons – have struck gold, breathing Scandinavian-inspired style into a Grade II-listed Georgian terrace tucked away on the High Street….” (read more)

Coast award winning B & B

Conde Nast Traveler – Hastings Where to Stay

Seaside chic
…a Grade II-listed B&B, in 2014. The look is coastal cool: navy, white and natural shades, with mini Kilner jars of coffee, Tunnock’s teacakes and a first-floor conservatory. 23 High Street….” (read more)

Conde Nast Traveller - Review

Country & Town House Magazine – Places to stay with style

Escape Route
…Hastings in style….” (read more)

Country and Town House Magazine Review