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Welcome to Bexhill Bed And Breakfast

Address: 21 Glyne Ascent, Bexhill-On-Sea, TN40 2NX

Hotel Description

This 4-star, Tudor style property offers stylish, comfortable rooms with DVD players and Sky TV. Guests can enjoy scenic views and lovely private gardens. All of the rooms at Bexhill Bed and Breakfast are individually decorated, with bright and modern furnishings. Rooms also feature in-room or external private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, along with tea/coffee facilities. Some rooms also provide garden views. Freshly prepared full English or continental breakfasts can be enjoyed by guests. Croissants, juice, and jams are available, as well a variety of omelettes. The beautiful coastline and beach is just 5 minutes’ walk away from Bexhill Bed and Breakfast. Free parking is available, and Bexhill Rail Station and bustling town centre is a 15-minute walk.

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Highwood Golf Club - Bexhill-On-Sea - Golf

Highwood Golf Club - Bexhill-On-Sea - Golf

Distance 1.88 miles (3 km)
Highwoods Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of Bexhill on Sea close to the Sussex Coast. The course was established in 1924 under the supervision of J H Taylor and KG Hawtree. It has matured over the years into one of the areas finest courses. Measuring 6218 yards, Par 70 offering a fair challenge of golf along tree lined fairways with a stream coming into play on six of the holes. Popular with both visitors and societies alike, who enjoy the friendly atmosphere and warm welcome to be found in the clubhouse.

Hastings Centre - Town Centre

Hastings Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.55 miles (5.67 km)
Hastings was once one of the Cinque Ports and is now a popular holiday resort with a three mile promenade which is reached via the narrow streets of the old town with its Tudor half-timbered buildings. Fishing boats are now winched up on the shingle beach as the harbour silted up centuries ago. The Fisherman's Museum contains the last lugger which was built in Hastings in 1909. Other museums of interest are the Museum of Local History and Hastings Museum. It was at Hastings that William the Conqueror prepared for the famous Battle of Hastings in 1066 where he defeated King Harold, although the actual battle was fought six miles north at the appropriately named town of Battle.