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Cooden Beach Hotel
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Each of the 41 en-suite bedrooms are charmingly decorated and furnished, whilst many also offer, luxurious king-size beds, comfy Tempur mattresses and stunning panoramic views of the ocean and across Pevensey Bay. Every room benefits from a range of excellent facilities and creature comforts, including free Wi-Fi, satellite television, hairdryer, direct dial telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. Whether singles, doubles, twins, triples or even quads there are enough different room types to suit every kind of traveller.
Cooden Beach Hotel offers a fantastic range of locally sourced and freshly prepared food, sure to satisfy even the most discerning of appetites. The Beachside Restaurant, with its’ magnificent sea-views, specialises in traditional English cuisine with a unique twist. Nowhere is this more evident than in their signature dish ‘Posh Fish & Chips’. The Cooden Tavern also serves a range of tasty bar snacks and daily blackboard specials. For those warm evenings, the Beachside Bar and Terrace is perfect for alfresco dining or a few tempting cocktails.
The Leisure Club features an inviting heated indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna and steam room. There is also a gymnasium with a variety of cardiovascular equipment and weights. For meetings and events there are four conference rooms to choose from. From smaller intimate gatherings to lavish grand occasions, the Hotel is also a great venue for weddings and other celebrations.
Located just a 7 minute drive from Bexhill via the A259, or 45 minutes from Brighton on the A27, this Hotel is both convenient and easily accessible. Cooden Beach Rail Station is just across the road and offers great transport links to the rest of the country. For those flying in, Gatwick is a 75 minute drive, or the smaller Shoreham Airport is roughly 50 minutes away. Located in the heart of 1066 country, a spectacular combination of coast and countryside that’s scattered with relics and ruins from the past. The charming market town of Battle is situated on the very spot of the famous confrontation between England’s would be rulers William Duke of Normandy and the Saxon King Harold. The timeless Edwardian seaside resort of Bexhill-on-Sea is renowned as the birthplace of British motor racing and is also home to the De La Warr Pavillion, a state-of-the-art contemporary art gallery and one of the UK’s finest examples of modernist architecture. The picturesque town of Rye is a maze of cobbled streets and beautifully preserved Medieval, Tudor and Georgian buildings. Here visitors can discover a wide variety of specialist shops and antique dealers.
Hastings is home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe, the remains of the first castle in England to be built by William the Conqueror and a fantastically preserved Old Town. For a fun family day out, Drusillas Zoo in Alfriston features hundreds of fascinating creatures and adventurous play areas. Golf fans are well served by Cooden Beach Golf Club, offering an excellent test for players of all abilities. What’s more it’s located right next to the hotel.