About the area - Bexhill on Sea
Bexhill on Sea is a safe residential seaside town between Hastings and Eastbourne, and retains much of the character that made it so popular for the Victorian and Edwardian aristocracy, including the large Victorian blocks along the promenade, such as Glyne Hall and Carlton Court which has been featured on a number of period dramas. With four miles of unspoilt beaches and promenade, and the iconic 1935 Grade I listed De La Warr Pavilion, and in the midst of the historic 1066 country, it offers an unusually rare and quiet charm not often found along the South Coast.
Bexhill is a thriving seaside resort with a wide variety of restaurants and bars, providing excellent transport to London, Brighton, Ashford International, Eastbourne, Hastings and surrounding areas. It is an ideal place for families, with a good choice of schools, numerous churches and societies, two golf courses, indoor and outdoor bowls, and numerous other sporting facilities. It also boasts an elegant two mile promenade with colonnade cafes overlooking the sea, where deck chairs and beach huts can be hired. There are many independent shops, cafes and restaurants in the town as well as larger shops at the Ravenside Retail Park.