The Corn Exchange - Hailsham50.86324, 0.25933
The Corn Exchange Hotel offers a perfect accommodation in Hailsham.
The property is located 8 km away from Pevensey Castle. It will take 25 minutes to get from the hotel to Royal Tunbridge Wells by car.
Guests will find Hailsham, Bellbanks Road (adj) bus stop next to The Corn Exchange Hotel.
The Corn Exchange - Relaxinnz welcomes guests to take advantage of individual climate control, multi-channel TV, coffee/tea makers, a personal computer and high ceiling supplied in the rooms. Bathrooms come with a bathtub, a shower and free toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Chapter 12 Wine Bar and Rajdutt serve a selection of meals within 100 meters from the venue.
The The Corn Exchange - Relaxinnz offers housekeeping and ironing service.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 6.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Bar/ Lounge area
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
In the Room
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
1 Single bed
- City landmarks
Smell of smoke that seemed to be emanating from downstairs
On the high st. so could browse shops and walk to restaurant. Good breakfast.
Even for money £60 b&b, was scruffy, small room, and opposite church - bells ring twice hourly throughout night - think this could be mentioned!
Rooms were clean and well presented
Noisy from both street noise and nightclub
comfortable double bed (not 2 singles pushed together)
too noisy (street noise from church bells ringing every half hour throughout the night; creaky floorboards + a thoroughfare outside our door meant a poor night's sleep - a fire door kept banging shut every time someone passed).
The staff were very helpful. the bedding was poor quality but they gave us extra pillows to compensate, nice decor originally and pleasant atmosphere inside but I feel that this hotel needs refurbishing generally and air conditioning should be installed
Room generally very noisy, (needs double glazing), chairs in dining room , arms kept coming off, mattress very hard, duvets very old, (could find better in a charity shop), pillows much too thin We moved out a day earlier than planned
I'm sorry to say I didn't like anything about the Corn Exchange and would never choose to stay there again.
The room was drab and looked like it hadn't been decorated in many years - the carpet and bedspreads were stained. The bathroom had not been cleaned properly - there was a used towel from a previous guest hanging up on the bathroom door. The tile grouting was black in places. The shower head was faulty. There were bags of what I assume was laundry stored in the corridor which we had to pass to get to the stairs. The breakfast was poor - the waitress served white coffees without asking what whether we took milk (which we didn't). We were offered toast but not whether we preferred white or wholemeal (although we overheard another guest asking whether it was possible to have wholemeal bread and the waitress said yes. Why then didn't she offer this to all guests?) When I asked for marmalade or jam the waitress gave us one small packaged portion of marmalade. The whole experience was poor and I would never use this accommodation again.
The staff are very friendly and will resolve any issues very efficiently would highly reccomend staying here pleasent atmosphere,nice and clean
Location was the only upside.
It was very noisy, there is a club out the back (which I did know about) however, did not realise how loud it was actually going to be, not so much the music...more the clubbers when they leave. My room was at the front of the hotel and because the windows looked like they are falling apart and are not double glazed I could hear everything, the screaming and shouting went on till about 3.30, club shuts at about 2.30. Great hotel for youngsters or those who want to party but not for a good nights sleep or for a romantic night. The club is only open during the weekend so during the week should be better, just make sure you can try and get a room out the back because of the traffic etc out the front. Only other downfall was the stained pillow in the wardrobe.
The Breakfast was ok ....not large, but hot & tasty.
The rooms were shabby as was the approach to them....the sheets were dated with a small tear in one....the decor was shabby...the bathroom not that clean loads of dust & built up grime...all furnishings were very cheap & dated.
The location was the only thing I liked about my stay.
Where do I start.. I would never reccommend this 'hotel' to anyone. First of all I wasn't greeted very nicely or told anything of the facilities or when breakfast was. I had to ask everything. The woman didn't even know how to smile. The bedroom didn't feel clean. There were lots of stains on the carpet, bedding, net curtain (those stains looked like blood). I dread to imagine what the stains on the duvet toppers were! Disgusting! I was going to have a bath to relax (well it is supposed to be 'Relaxinnz'), and after cleaning the bath out, I noticed there wasn't even a plug! I was in room 6. The headboard of one of the twin beds was hanging off as well! There was only 4 channels on the tv (not a massive issue, but these days if you pay what I paid for this place, you expect at least freeview channels). That night I slept so badly as I kept hearing someone messing with door hnadles and it was so loud it sounded like my door. I fell asleep around 2am, only to be woken at 7am! There was so much nise coming from downstairs and it actually made me bed shake! Awful! When I went down for breakfast, there wasn't a member of staff to be seen! I looked around and found a cleaner, who told me that she was supposed to take the order as staff didn't arrive till 9am, even though breakfast was served from 8.30am. Hmmmmm!