Bexhill appears to enjoy its own microclimate, and in surveys apparently achieves on average 4 hours more sunshine than other seaside towns on the south coast. Popular for its health giving air amongst the Victorians, Bexhill now boasts a well-equipped leisure centre with pools and flumes, good restaurants, continental style pavement cafés and shops. Take in a show or exhibition at the art deco, style De La Warr Pavillion. Visit the museum and discover the town’s motor racing past. Nestled between Hastings and Eastbourne in the heart of 1066 country make sure you visit Battle, Pevensey, Rye, Bodiam Castle and Beachy Head. Try your hand at tennis, which is situated opposite in Egerton Park, or head to two of the finest golf courses in Sussex which are both within easy reach. Beach 200 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.