Leisure & Travel
by Aspect County

The Cooden Beach Breakaway

A long weekend break is precious, especially for those of us who live life and work at 100mph. What better way to unwind than to retreat to a cosy bolthole away from the pressures of the working week.

The Cooden Beach Hotel is literally on the beach and is a welcoming venue for a relaxing week or short break away from it all. As winter draws near the beaches empty and guests at The Cooden Beach take advantage of long, invigorating isolated walks along the English Channel. 

Inland the ancient Pevensey Marshes beckon with an abundance of wildlife and birds. A few miles east is Bexhill with the iconic modernist De La Warr Pavilion. To the west is Sovereign Harbour, bustling with shops, boats and a choice of restaurants. The historic market town of Battle is just north, site of the 1066 battle. Just around the corner is the golf club.

The Cooden Beach Hotel boasts a beachside restaurant, tavern bar, leisure club and spa treatments. Many happy weddings have taken place there with the backdrop of the glorious English Channel.

For meals you can choose from the Beachside Restaurant, traditional pub lunch in the Cooden Tavern or winding with down Al Fresco dining on the Beachside Terrace where you will taste the freshness of the food in full view of the sea. Treat yourself to Sussex Cream Teas, while the Traditional Cooden Sunday Carvery is a must and is a firm favourite with the locals.

The hotel is conveniently situated next to Cooden Beach Railway Station with direct lines to London Victoria, Brighton, Ashford and Hastings. So what are you waiting for? 

Cooden Sea Rd, Bexhill-on-Sea, 
East Sussex. TN39 4TT. Telephone 01424 842281.