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Bella Vista Guest House

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Free Parking
Wheelchair Access
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Accessible rooms
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Have come to stay again for our holiday to Eastbourne. Again... wonderful! Clean and cosy, friendly hosts. Their location is great as close to town but away from all the hubbub, so convenient to walk and eat out or explore, but also nice and quiet to relax after a day out. Exactl
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The cleanest room l have ever stayed in. The beds were spotless and very comfortable.
The room had 2 armchairs which is so nice when you don't really want to lay on the bed to read or whatever. The bathroom in room 3 was a lovely size plenty of room to move about in there. The lo
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One night stay. Comfortable room. Nice breakfast full English and cereals. Lots of parking. Small shower. Very friendly. Little pricey. Noisy seagulls made lots of noise in the morning, the sound of the seaside.
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Response from BellaVistaGuesthouse, Owner at Bella Vista Guest House
Responded 21 Feb 2018
Oh we do love to be beside the Seagulls!! Yes, living by the sea does have it's (minor) drawbacks. Especially if you visit during June - fledging time - when all the new juvenile delinquents are stretching their wings and goading each other to make that first leap of faith. We egg them on more than most; "Once they're gone they're gone" - fortunately! At least until next year, when it starts all over again! And if it's not the fledglings making all the noise it's the grown-ups - the mating couples - at it like hammer and tongs they are, throughout February and March!! And they do love to have a proper good old song and dance with every successful 'tiddle-dee-om-pom-pom'!! Ours are the European Herring Gulls - Which, despite the nuisance they can be, (noisey, large, they steal your chips and doughnuts, AND your small children, given half a chance! - and they just LOVE a freshly washed car!!) they are on the RSPB's Red List for conservation, which means they are an endangered species, in severe decline in the UK (which means we're not allowed to throw them off the rooftops!). "Once they're gone they're gone" - unfortunately! So we really do try to love them, and we want them to come back, year after year - just like our guests! We do hope our noisey neighbours will not put you off coming again. - They're not that bad really - once you get to know them. Thank you for visiting us last June. We do hope you'll be back soon - just like our seagulls :-)
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The hosts are welcoming and warm, and provide you with outstanding service, going above and beyond assisting with directions and things to do in the area. Rooms were clean and inviting, and we slept well despite all rooms taken for the days we were there. I would highly recommen
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My Mother and I have just returned from a wonderful weeks stay at the lovely Bella Vista Guest House. This was in fact our sixth time there and I cannot speak highly enough of the accommodation, exceptional home cooked food and the owners, Graham and Sharon who always make us so
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"Room 3 is downstairs and at the back of the house so quiet although its not on a busy road"
United KingdomEnglandEastbourne
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