Discover the gorgeous West Sussex coastline while staying at the Beachcroft Hotel & Beach Hut Suites. You really are spoilt for choice here, as you can easily reach four pristine beaches by foot or a quick trip in the car.
Think of Bognor Regis Beach and you may just think of Butlins, but there’s a lot more to do at this iconic seaside resort, nestled along the Sussex coastline.
Renowned across South East England for its traditional feel, Bognor’s beautiful pebble-stone beach is adorned with quintessentially English beach huts, a Victorian bandstand and a wonderfully accessible wide promenade.
Did you know? Bognor’s Beach is home to one of the healthiest kelp forests in the United Kingdom. Kelp forests provide a welcome shelter, feeding and nursery for vital marine species including lobster, sea bream and bass.
Located just east of Bognor Regis, you will find stunning Felpham Beach. This pebble and shingle beach is one of the most picturesque along the West Sussex coastline.
Adorned by brightly coloured beach huts and well connected to Bognor Regis Beach, you really don’t want to give this beach a miss if you’re in the area. Felpham is also conveniently connected to Bognor by its wide and accessible promenade, which goes all the way from Aldwick Beach Cafe.
Did you know? During low tide, the beach exposes a wide expanse of sand, making it a great place for a gentle stroll along the coastline.
Climping Beach is Sussex’s hidden secret. This stunning pebble-stoned beach is a little piece of oasis during the summer months.
When the tide is out, a long and beautiful sandy shoreline is exposed. Groynes and old sea defences are scattered across the beach, which creates a unique coastline, not seen anywhere else along the Sussex coast.
Did you know? Climping's Beach is a designated biological site of scientific interest and a nature reserve. The beach has been left exposed to the elements over the years, which has caused significant erosion along some of the footpaths and coastline
Breathtaking Elmer Beach, also known as Elmer Sands Beach, or Middleton-on-Sea Beach is a hidden gem, discreetly located along the stunning West Sussex coastline.
This relatively unknown beach is nestled in between Felpham Beach and Climping Beach. What makes Elmer fantastically unique are its rock islands, created by semi-circular sea defences.
Did you know? Elmer boasts one of the most robust coastal defence systems in Sussex. The groynes are known as ‘offshore breakwaters’, which create an island effect along this part of the South East coast. As a result, they create large rock pool areas.