"Bexhill on Sea is a peck on the cheek whilst Hastings is a lolloping tongue down the throat"
Jo Brand

Bexhill On Sea


County - Sussex | Map
Tel code: 01424 | code search
Postcode: TN39 | code search
Population: 24000
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Birthplace of:
David Hare
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Folk Customs:
Jack in the Green
Little Edith's Treat

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Bexhill Taxis
"Bexhill Taxis accepted a booking from my husband and myself for a taxi to Gatwick on 8 May at 3.50 a.m. They telephoned to confirm it two days before ..." More

The York Hotel
"Good Points: exelllent freindly welcoming General review: exellent

Date visited: 2009-01-30 ..." More

The York Hotel
"Good Points: Not many. Staff a bit remote. Breadfast more welcoming. Bad Points: The bed was clean but the mattress was in very poor condition. It was extremely ..." More

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This sedate Market Town with itís impressive Victorian and Edwardian architecture boasts many attractions for her visitors. Whether you stroll along the prom, having continental style cafťís, take a paddle or swim, the award winning beaches, has both pebbles and sand that graces itís shore. On a clear day you can see Eastbourne, Beachy Head and Hastings. The De La Warr Pavilion, with itís Modernistic architecture was surely ahead of itís time, whether you catch a performance or simply visit, itís worth it. The Costume Museum has an impressive collection of 18th century delights, situated in the pretty grounds of Manor Gardens. For all things carnival, why not join the Carnival party on the 27th July or visit the carnival on 28th or, if you prefer watching boats and yachts, the Sailing Clubs take part in a race every weekend from March until November. If you prefer to be on the water instead of watching, make your way over to Egerton Park, where there is a boating lake, putting green even tennis courts. The Bexhill Leisure Centre, has a fine pool and ten pin bowling to enjoy. For a day trip or longer you will be sure to return.


Bexhill Museum
Bexhill Museum of Costume and Social History
Bexhill-on-Sea Beach


Dance - Salsa Loco


Rother District Council


Arta Dental Care
Dental Surgery


Dr Elias & Partners
Dr Lawton & Partners
Dr Sitwell & Partners
Dr Warden & Partners

Estate Agent

Andrews Estate Agents
Ark Residential Letting
Brian Hazell & Partners
Findley and son
Fox & Sons
Godfrey John & Partners
Vidler & Co
Wyatt & Son

Golf Club

Cooden Beach Golf Club


Pub and Bar

Devonshire Arms
Royal Sovereign
Town Crier
Wilton Court


Cafť Belge


Bexhill High School


Bexhill Taxis
Eric's Taxis
Jason & Son Taxis
Town Taxis
Travel 2?


De La warr Pavilion


Greenleaves Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Bexhill CC (Cricket)

Bexhill Giants Basketball (Basketball)
Bexhill Iai Jutsu (Martial Arts)
Bexhill Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Bexhill Sailing Club (Sailing)


La Collina Gardens
Sidley Pets
Silver Nutmeg
Little Common Pharmacy
Green & Elliott Optometrists
Natural Flow Direct
Gallery 21
PC World
Holland and Barratt
Sussex Stationers
Pets At Home


Ocean Bowling(Bowling)

Places to Stay near Bexhill On Sea

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The York Hotel (0.53 miles)

The York Hotel

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The hotel is situated near the centre of the town and has good transport links for the area.The beaches are all excellent quality and the long promenade is ideal for ... More

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English Rose B&B (0.70 miles)

English Rose B&B
The English Rose is a small family run Bed and Breakfast situated near St Marys Magdaleneís Church and only a short walk from Bexhillís unspoilt Victorian town or just spend the day on its unspoilt ... More | visit website
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Buenos Aires Guest House (0.77 miles)

Buenos Aires Guest House
At the Buenos Aires Guesthouse you are assured of a very warm welcome. Our 4-star awarded Guest House offers high standards in cleanliness and hospitality. Our rooms are spacious and stylishly decorated. WiFi available. We ... More | visit website
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Coast B&B (0.78 miles)

Coast B&B

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COAST offers a boutique bed and breakfast accommodation in an elegant Edwardian town house in the lovely town of Bexhill-on-Sea (between Eastbourne and Hastings). Located near the sailing club and ... More

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The Garth Bed and Breakfast (1.01 miles)

The Garth Bed and Breakfast
THE GARTH is a four star with Gold award and Breakfast award B+B assessed by Visit Britain/Visit England. THE GARTH is a small, family run B+B set in a quiet residential area, 10 minute walk ... More | visit website
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Cooden Beach Hotel (2.10 miles)

Cooden Beach Hotel

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A privately owned hotel located on the beach in the peaceful village of Bexhill-on-Sea. The hotel boasts sweeping views of the ocean and across Pevensey Bay. The hotel is stunningly located in ... More

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St Benedicts Byre B&B (2.26 miles)

St Benedicts Byre B&B
St Benedict's Byre was built approximately 120 years ago and was used as a milking parlour until 1999 when it was converted to become the beautiful property it is today. One part of the property ... More | visit website
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Rutland Guest House (3.04 miles)

Rutland Guest House
A warm welcome to our bed and breakfast. Rutland is a small friendly bed and breakfast with seven rooms; which are tastefully decorated comfortable and spacious. The guest house was built in late Victorian times ... More | visit website
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Rutland Guest House (3.04 miles)

Rutland Guest House

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This friendly Victorian family-run guest house is ideally situated on the A259 coastal road opposite public gardens and bowls green, just a few minutes walk from the sea and beach. The town ... More

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Highland Inn (3.42 miles)

Highland Inn

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The Highlands Inn lies in Boscobel Road on the western fringe of Burton's St. Leonards. Within easy reach of the seafront, and the various entertainments of the famous resorts of Hastings ... More

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