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Bed and Breakfast in Selsey

Selsey manages to be that rare thing an out of the way seaside resort, and one noted for its plentiful sun, thanks to its location at the end of Selsey Bill. The shores off the village are a noted spot for diving... Read More

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Greenacre B&B

Greenacre B&B

Greenacre is a friendly, family-run bed and breakfast with a great reputation. Recently refurbished, we have spacious bedrooms, a comfortable guest lounge and pleasant gardens. Based in Selsey, in South East England, we are close ... More | Double Room: 35 - 45 | visit website

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St Andrews Lodge

St Andrews Lodge

Richard and Ann Humphrey welcome you to St Andrews Lodge Hotel, Selsey West Sussex.

St Andrews Lodge is licensed Guest Accommodation situated in the old seaside town of Selsey. Selsey has always been a fishing village and we ... More | visit website

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