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Bed and Breakfasts in Bognor Regis
British seaside resorts don't get much more iconic than Bognor Regis, which lies along the south coast, just a few miles from the spectacular South Downs National Park. Its great weather has earned it the nickname "England's Sunshine Capital" and if you come to stay in one of the Bognor Regis bed and breakfasts along the seafront in the summer, you'll quickly see why. The town has all the trappings of a vintage seaside resort, like a long Victorian pier, well-manicured coastal gardens and amusement arcades for the kids. Throw in a long list of water sports, some fascinating museums and a renewed interest in British seaside towns, and it's no surprise that Bognor is quickly becoming the summer vacation spot of choice.
- Take the kids on a seaside break without the wallet-busting prices
- Stay within walking distance of the beach and the sea
- Score a room with personality and character
- Kick off the day with a solid breakfast every morning
You Don't Have to Break the Bank to Stay in a B&B, Bognor Regis
There's just something so right about staying in a B&B when you're on the coast and the bed and breakfasts in Bognor Regis won't disappoint. While there are several hotels in town, nothing beats the homely ambience and welcoming owners of Bognor B&Bs. Don't take our word for it, though. Families come back year after year to the same spot, meaning they're doing something right. If you're sold on a nostalgia-inducing family break by the sea, you can always find your perfect match on Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos. Just plug in your dates, location and price, scan through the listings and book in just a few clicks. You'll find Bognor Regis bed and breakfasts are surprisingly diverse. Some are housed along the promenade and offer quick access to the beach and sea. Others are set back closer to the town, in family-run terraced properties with just a handful of guestrooms. Alternatively, there's a smattering of boutique B&Bs that have sprung up in recent years, offering a stylish design and luxury service that gives even hotels a run for their money.
Checking into your bed and breakfast in Bognor Regis is a breeze and while you're settling in you'll find that most of the guestrooms come equipped with everything you might expect, like a kettle for making hot drinks, a flat-screen TV on the wall and a comfortable double bed. Some might have ensuite facilities, while others might have big shared family bathrooms. Some may have lots of storage space, while others might have in-room desks, so you can catch up on a few emails. If you're bringing the kids on a seaside break, you won't have any trouble finding family-sized rooms, while dog-owners don't have to leave their furry friends behind, thanks to the option of a pet-friendly B&B. When you wake in the morning to the sound of the waves lapping onto the shingle beach nearby, you can head downstairs to the dining room and enjoy a proper full English breakfast, or a veggie option, washed down with plenty of steaming hot tea. If you're looking for a completely different break, why not try a few nights exploring the historic charms of picturesque Bath?
There's More Than Just the Beach Near Your B&B, Bognor Regis
Without a doubt, the biggest draw to Bognor Regis is the beach. During the summer, families make a dash to secure their spot and while away their days cooling off in the sea or playing games on the sands. Don't worry, you don't need to bring much with you, as you can hire deckchairs and windbreaks along the promenade for most of the year. If you get a little restless, you could always get the old blood flowing again by learning a new water sport, like sea kayaking or kite surfing. Alternatively, go for a scenic walk around Marine Park Gardens, Hotham Park or further afield, in the South Downs. Brought your clubs? There are few better ways to spend a sunny afternoon than teeing off along the fairway at Bognor Regis Golf Club. If the weather takes a turn for the worse, you could score tickets for one of the performances at the Regis Centre, learn about the town's history at the Bognor Regis Museum or catch a flick at the Picturedrome.