De La Warr View is a second floor apartment situated in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.
It is located in an old-style building and houses many traditional features, including the exposed brick walls, giving this apartment a wonderful and quirky style.
The property has three bedrooms; one master king-size, with an en-suite shower room and WC, and two double.
It is ideal for families looking for a seaside break.
There is a separate family shower room and WC.
It has a large kitchen with seating for four guests and a dining area with seating for up to eight guests.
There is a selection of comfortable sofas and armchairs for a relaxing night in.
The property has a pay and display car park nearby.
Bexhill-on-Sea is a wonderful seaside town with many attractions.
A couple of minutes walk from your accommodation is De La Warr Pavilion, an iconic modernist building from 1935, offering contemporary art exhibitions, eatery, bar and shops.
Also nearby is Egerton Park, which offers tennis and bowling facilities, a large play structure, an outdoor gym and a cafe.
And let's not forget Hastings Pier, a pleasure pier which was built in 1872, and was most popular during the 1930s and 1960s, it has fabulous walking and sightseeing opportunities.
De La Warr View is an excellent apartment for those family breaks.
All second floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x master king-size, with an en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC, and 2 x double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Dining area that can seat up to 8 guests and 1 x double sofa bed. Kitchen that can seat up to four guests. Living area. Additional sitting room.
About the location
Hastings 5.5 miles; Eastbourne 12.5 miles.
Sandwiched between Eastbourne and Hastings is the vibrant East Sussex coastal town of Bexhill-on-Sea, with its traditional, two-mile promenade with deck chairs and beach huts. Bexhill-on-Sea is also home to the world-famous De La Warr Pavilion, which features excellent arts programmes throughout the year. There are many interesting shops, museums and town gardens, plus a motoring heritage centre, as the town was home to the first British motor race meeting. The town also offers excellent sporting opportunities, with good golfing, sea fishing, sailing, windsurfing, wind kiting available and for walkers, the 1066 Country Walk. Within easy travelling distance from Bexhill-on-Sea are the historic market towns of Hastings and Battle with its abbey. Battle is the famous site of the Norman conquest at the Battle of Hastings in 1066; there's an interpreted walk and museum etc which is great for a family day out. The maritime Cinque Port of Rye offers narrow cobbled streets filled with antique and independent shops and tea rooms, while boats pass along the river. A visit to Royal Tunbridge Wells is a must, boasting wonderful old buildings and excellent restaurants, tea rooms and shopping, and there are many National Trust and English Heritage properties within reach by car too. Whatever you do in this wonderful area, Bexhill-on-Sea is a lovely place to stay.