A lovely first floor apartment located close to the centre of Bexhill-on-Sea, only a short distance from the sea front, resting on a delightful residential street overlooking Egerton Park.
Perfect for couples wishing to spend some quality time away from the hustle and bustle; there is a real sense of charm about this light and airy retreat.
A flight of stairs takes you into the generous entrance hall, where the master bedroom awaits, laced in pastel colours with neat bedding and a pleasant outlook over the garden to tie it all together.
This is a calm and serene place to wake up to during your stay.
The lounge/diner has an almost traditional feel, a social setup with plenty of seating to choose from and high characterful ceilings.
A key feature of the layout is the table for two situated next to the bay window, welcoming natural light inside.
Here you can sit back and admire the views of the park, and you catch a glimpse of the sea at the end of the road.
The kitchen is tucked away next door, boasting cream units and a small balcony which again, overlooks the natural landscape.
A bathroom lies a few steps up, with grey décor, and a rainfall shower to finish the interior beautifully.
The town of Bexhill-on-Sea offers excellent sporting opportunities, with golfing, sea fishing, sailing and windsurfing available, and for walkers, the 1066 Country Walk.
A 5 minute walk takes you to the De La Warr Pavilion with it's exhibitions and concerts to enjoy.
Within easy travelling distance from Bexhill-on-Sea are the historic market towns of Rye, Hastings and Battle with its abbey, whilst further afield is Lewes, Brighton and the South Downs Way.
A home-away-from-home in a memorable village location.
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.