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B and Bs in Bexhill-on-Sea

Coast B&B
58 Sea Road
Bexhill-on-Sea
Sussex

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COAST offers a boutique bed and breakfast accommodation in an elegant Edwardian town house in the lovely town of Bexhill-on-Sea (between Eastbourne and Hastings). Located near the sailing club and the De La Warr Pavilion, shops, cafes and restaurants, Coast is less than 150 metres from the unspoilt seafront.

Bexhill, the birthplace of British motor racing, was initially renowned by the Victorians for its mild climate and fresh sea air. The beautiful, unspoilt beach is just at the bottom of the road with rock pools aplenty at low tide. The local area has excellent golf, sailing, walking and museums/galleries. A beach hut can also be hired (by arrangement). A little further afield, Hastings old town boasts an abundance of antique shops, historic Rye has spectacular views, Battle Abbey and site of the Battle of Hastings are steeped in history and Bodiam Castle is picture perfect.

Our rooms are stylish and individual, whilst retaining many period features. All rooms are contemporary, en-suite with bath/shower, or shower. Plush white towels, sumptuous quilts, and a well stocked hospitality tray, flat screen TV with free view, and free wi-fi access.

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