Coast Bed and Breakfast, Bexhill on Sea

  • Coast B&B, Sea Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex TN40 1JP, UK
  • https://www.coastbexhill.co.uk
  • 01424 225260
  • Single Occupancy from £100
    Double Occupancy from £120

Lucia and Piero welcome you to Coast Bed and Breakfast, an elegant Edwardian town house situated in the delightful town of Bexhill-on-Sea, itself a beautiful hidden gem on the East Sussex coast, which can be discovered between Eastbourne and Hastings.

The guest bedrooms are stylish and individual, whilst retaining many period features. All rooms are contemporary, with bath/shower, or shower. All have plush white towels, sumptuous feather duvets and pillows, and a well stocked hospitality tray, flat screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi access.

Breakfast is served in the dining room located on the ground floor. Choose from an extensive award-winning menu where your breakfast will be cooked freshly to order using locally sourced produce. Fruit juice followed by a delicious traditional full English breakfast is a most popular choice. However, if you are tempted to try a change, why not have smoked salmon and scrambled egg or scotch pancakes and fresh berries with créme fraiche and maple syrup.

Please see our TripAdvisor page on website for wonderful reviews !

PRICES
Room 1 – King-sized Double
Double occupancy: from £125 per night
Single occupancy: from £100 per night (Sunday to Thursday inclusive)

Room 2 – King-sized Double
Double occupancy: from £120 per night
Single occupancy: from £100 per night (Sunday to Thursday inclusive)

Room 3 (Super King, Twin or Family room)
Double occupancy: from £130 per night
Single occupancy: from £100 per night (Sunday to Thursday inclusive)
Family room: from £180 per night
Prices include breakfast

LOCAL INFORMATION
Coast Bed and Breakfast is located near the sailing club, the De La Warr Pavilion, the rail station, shops, cafes and restaurants, and 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 wonderful rock pools to explore at low tide. The local area has excellent golf, sailing, walking, museums and galleries.

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, whilst Beachy Head is famous for its white cliffs and the dramatic, undulating coastline created by the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs.

TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite

4 Star Gold Award