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Beachcroft Hotel
Clyde Road


PO22 7AH | View map

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The Beachcroft Hotel, AA 2 star accredited, is a well-established (EST since 1974) hotel situated directly on the sea front at the end of a private cul-de-sac in Felpham Village. In fact, our raised garden terrace adjoins the promenade, which is almost four miles long from east to west. With 35 generously-sized rooms, a spa and beauty centre, indoor heated swimming pool and gourmet licensed restaurant, the hotel offers something for everybody. There is ample FREE parking available and Wi-Fi Internet access is also available to use in the lounge area! From racing to watersports, castles, cathedrals & nightlife, the Chichester area of West Sussex offers something for everybody:-• Fishbourne Roman Palace (12 miles)• Weald and Downland Open Air Museum (15 miles)• Butlins (1/4 mile)• Harbour Park (5 miles)• Arundel Castle (6 miles)• Amberley Working Museum (12 miles)• Chichester (7 miles), Littlehampton (6 miles), Goodwood (8 miles)• Historic Portsmouth (25 miles), Brighton (30 miles)The Beachcroft Hotel is a great base for your trip, with its gourmet restaurant and excellent accommodation, we will look after you after your day exploring all the local attractions.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 11:00.


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