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Flackley Ash Hotel, Restaurant & Spa

Flackley Ash Hotel, Restaurant & Spa in Peasmarsh

Peasmarsh > Accommodation > Hotels > Flackley Ash Hotel, Restaurant & Spa

£32.50 - £90.00 (per person per night)
Main Street
East Sussex
TN31 6YH
01797 230 651

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Located in the Sussex countryside 4 miles from the historic town of Rye, Flackley Ash is a delightful Grade II listed Georgian country house with an award-winning restaurant, a bar and spa facilities.

The hotel’s spa features various treatment rooms. At Flackley Ash Hotel Restaurant and Spa, guests can also enjoy a gym, a 40 ft heated indoor swimming-pool, a hot tub and saunas. Various beauty treatments and massages are also available.

The award-winning restaurant’s menu features English dishes with Mediterranean influences, including fresh fish and seafood. Guests can also make the most of the bar and the lounge areas.

The bedrooms all have their own bathroom with a shower, a bath, toiletries and a hairdryer. They also feature flat-screen TVs, DVD players and tea/coffee making facilities.

Parking is free and pets are welcome.

Camber Sands beach is just 4 miles from Flackley Ash Hotel Restaurant and Spa. Rye Train Station is a 10-minute drive away.

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