Buenos Aires Guest House
All our rooms have a seating area, colour TV, clock radio, hair dryer, free WiFi and full hospitality tray.
We offer en-suite and non en-suite rooms and pride ourselves on the level of comfort for our guests.
Room 1: Family, twin or double room with shared facilities: Max 3 adults or 2 adults and 3 children.
Room 2: Twin/Double room with en-suite shower. (Option for extra bed possible)
Room 3: Standard double room with shared facilities
Room 4: King size double room with en-suite bathroom with bath and handheld shower (option for extra bed possible)
Room 5: Four poster king size bedroom with deluxe en-suite bathroom (option for extra bed possible)
Bexhill-on-Sea is a city for all seasons; whether enjoying the seafront or shopping, it has long been famous for the De La Warr Pavilion. But did you know that in 1901 Bexhill attracted fame and notoriety as the country’s first resort to permit mixed sea bathing? And in the early 1900’s it was the site of Britain's first international motor racing events!
Bexhill-on-Sea is also a perfect centre from which to tour the area - the town of Battle, Rye, Hastings, Eastbourne and Beachy Head all being close by.
For the energetic their are plenty of beautiful area’s to walk. Bexhill is also blessed with two different golf courses. One at Highwoods and one at Cooden Beach. Sailing, fishing, windsurfing, rowing and water-skiing are all available in Bexhill (mainly in the summer season). So plenty to enjoy for all.
e La Warr Pavilion:
The fully refurbished De La Warr Pavilion is a centre for contemporary arts, architecture and live performances. This grade I listed building is one of the world’s finest examples of modernist architecture, enjoying panoramic sea views and housing a theatre, art gallery, restaurant, bar lounge and sheltered sun terrace.
We strongly recommend their freshly baked scones with jam and clotted cream.
Manor House Gardens and ruins (Old Town):
The gardens offer a place to relax amid seasonally changing floral displays where summer events include open air Shakespearean plays. The crumbled ruins are the remains of the Manor House which stood on this site from 13th century until it was demolished in 1968. It has been a place of fashionable weekend parties, the guest list included aristocracy and, on some occasions, royalty. The outbuildings and the colourful walled garden, rose garden and lily pond still remain and are well worth a visit. It will be approximately 15 minutes walk from the guest house.
Bexhill Museum of Costume and Social History (next to Manor House Gardens):
The Museum provides visitors with a fascinating glimpse into bygone eras.
Situated in the beautiful Manor Gardens, the museum has an extensive collection from the 18th century to modern times. Notable items include the childhood clothes of Sir Winston Churchill and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Children can compare toys of a century ago with those of today.
Recent £2 million& extension with new facilities and three galleries filled with exciting displays of natural history, archaeology, large fossils, local dinosaur bones, as well as technology, motor racing heritage, local history and costume displays. Children will be entertained with the unique hands-on interactive features.
Special events, history walks and talks, as well as children's history and craft activities throughout the year.
Egerton Park :
Nice gardens with plenty of open space and activities for the whole family. Bowling enthusiasts can enjoy indoor and outdoor bowls. Other activities in the park include tennis, putting, children’s playground and boating lake / model yacht pond. The park is just a few minutes walk from the guest-house.
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This page was last updated: 09 September 2017