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“Are you looking for a self-catering holiday flat on or near the seafront in Bexhill on Sea (situated between Eastbourne and Hastings) on the South Coast of England?

Miraleisure is the letting agent for a number of fully-furnished self-catering flats available for holidays, or short-term rental (up to 12 weeks), throughout the year.

All prices for holiday rentals include bed linen, heat, light, hot water, TV, end-of-stay cleaning etc. Towel hire and additional or changeover of bed linen are available as optional extras.

Apart from the iconic De La Warr Pavilion on Bexhill seafront, the town has a range of individual, unique, shops and a wide selection of restaurants to try. The Sovereign Light Cafe on the western promenade recently featured in the pop group Keane’s song “”Sovereign Cafe”.

There are easy walks or cycle rides along the Promenade, westwards to Cooden and Eastwards to Galley Hill and Ravenside shopping complex (including Tesco, Next, Boots and M&S). There are tennis and exercise facilities in Egerton Park – together with a comprehensive play area for children, also the local Museum.

Bexhill’s popularity is in its quaintness and relative tranquility.  The majority of the seafront is in a residential area (with free parking), only the central Marina has commercial property on the seafront. The western promenade was recently refurbished and now contains some play equipment along with a number of individual garden areas, culminating in a water feature below the De La Warr Pavilion which has proved very popular with young children – especially when the tide is in.

There is easy public transport to nearby Hastings with its various amusement facilities (including a three course crazy golf, go-kart and amusement arcade complex on the seafront) and Eastbourne with its 2-level promenade and bandstand, theatre complex, Sovereign leisure centre and, nearby, Sovereign Harbour to the East (with a comprehensive set of eateries overlooking the water, a shopping complex and cinema) and the renowned Beachy Head to the West.  Both towns have large shopping centres.

There is a reliable train service to Brighton and London.  Battle and Rye, together with the rest of 1066 country, are easily accessible by car.”