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Sea House
7, Cecil Road

BH19 1JJ | View map

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Sea House Bed and Breakfast offers excellent accommodation in our Edwardian Seaside home. Our lovely guest house is within an easy flat stroll of both the town and the splendid sandy beach. There is free on street parking outside. Keys provided so you may come and go as you please. See our own website and book online. Rooms are decorated beautifully to help you relax and enjoy your stay. The house and rooms are light and airy, the floors downstairs being stripped pine, all bed rooms and stairs are carpeted. There is a guest fridge on the upstairs landing, hairdryers in all rooms and the house is decorated with local art and photographs. Guests are welcome to sit in the front garden, which is planted with fragrant flower borders, there is a table and seating for three to four people, it gets the sun in the afternoon/evening All our rooms have tea and coffee facilities (and mains water), flat screen free view televisions and good curtains.

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