Edwardian Beach Retreat
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- Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex
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- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathroom: 1
- Minimum stay: 1 night
Filled with historic wonder, there’s far more to Bexhill-on-Sea than just the beach… though its two-mile promenade makes for a rather marvellous stroll!
An ancient town that dates all the way back to the 8th century, there is a number of archaeological sites to explore, as well as many fine examples of Edwardian and Victorian architecture.
Edwardian Beach Retreat is one such example, a stunning, light-filled apartment that’s ideal for a family of four in need of a seaside escape.
Looking out across the beach, your hearts will soar as you enter the cheerful retreat, decorated in soft, relaxing tones that blend beautifully with the surrounding seascape.
The spacious lounge drips with timeless style, and is a wondrous setting for everyone to relax together, over a delicious home-cooked meal around the dining table, or snuggled on the sofa, in front of the Smart TV.
Though you may prefer gazing dreamily out to sea, and there’s no better place to do that than the conservatory, which spans the length of the apartment. Get blissfully lost in the changing skies and the rippling waves, as you clutch a steaming mug of coffee and sink into a soft-cushioned chair.
If the sun’s out, you could continue through the conservatory doors and bask in the rays from the comfort of your furnished balcony, instead – an ideal way to waste some lazy afternoon hours, all the way through to sunset (and maybe even stargazing!)Keep reading
At a glance
- A historic, light-filled apartment, beautifully styled and furnished, and situated overlooking the beach at Bexhill-on-Sea.
- Enjoy the views whatever the weather, from the comfort of the glass conservatory or al fresco balcony, both of which span the length of the apartment.
- Ideal for family escapes, there are two bedrooms: a kingsize master with sea views and balcony access, and a cheerful bunk room for the kids.
- Take a stroll along the two-mile promenade, or head into the town to visit an array of shops, bars, and restaurants within walking distance.
- There’s an abundance of coastal walking and cycling routes to enjoy, and you can pay a visit to cultural landmarks that include the famous De La Warr Pavilion.
- Family Friendly
- Seaside Breaks
Historic seaside apartment, sleeps 4 guests. Entrance into hallway with storage for coats and boots, through to open plan lounge/diner: sofa, chairs, Wi-Fi, Smart TV, dining table with 6 chairs, access to furnished full-length conservatory and balcony. Kitchen: electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee machine with pods, dishwasher, washing machine, breakfast bar with stools. Two bedrooms: kingsize with access to balcony, bunk room with a single over a small double (suitable for children only.) Bathroom with bath and shower over, sink, WC. Chargeable parking available in the local car park, or unrestricted along the promenade.
Walking, cycling, promenade, beaches, watersports, swimming, shops, bars, restaurants, galleries, historic sites
Meanwhile, you’ll find the sociable kitchen gainfully equipped for meals of every description, with an electric oven, gas hob… and those holiday essentials, a pod coffee machine, a microwave and a dishwasher. There’s also a washing machine that will no doubt come in handy after a sandy day at the beach!
When it’s finally time to turn in, two comfortable bedrooms will be ready and waiting. The kingsize master features direct access to the balcony, so you’ll wake to energising sea views, and have the chance to enjoy an al-fresco morning cuppa.
The kids’ room features fun bunks – though you may have to referee the debate over who gets to sleep in the top one!
Freshen up in the stylish bathroom, and then it’s on to exploring the local area. There are plenty of coastal walking and cycling routes to delight fresh-air enthusiasts, or how about a leisurely amble to the shops, pubs and restaurants, instead?
You could also spend some time visiting the local landmarks, such as the famous De La Warr Pavilion, an arts centre which was once the setting for Bob Marley’s first ever UK gig.
Stroll back to your Edwardian Beach Retreat, passing colourful beach huts along your way, and settle in for another wonderful evening together, savouring that sunset.
Things to note
Regrettably, pets are not permitted. Please note that the bunk room is only suitable for children.