Finding Accommodation

Bexhill has some excellent hotels and B&Bs.

The English Rose B&B is a small family run Bed and Breakfast situated near St Marys Magdalene's Church and only a short walk from Bexhill's unspoilt Victorian town why not come and visit and spend the day on its unspoilt beaches, hire a deck chair and soak up the atmosphere! 

The Buenos Aires Guest House in Bexhill - players should contact the owners Rachel and Andy to discuss special rates. 24 Albany Road, TN40 1BZ, Tel: 01424 212269.

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The Cooden Beach Hotel is a privately owned hotel located in stunning private gardens directly on the beach. With forty-one rooms, leisure club, bar areas and restaurants it is situated about two miles from the playing venue. Trains leave every half hour or so from Cooden Station for Bexhill or the drive by car takes about five minutes.

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The Northern Hotel is situated in the heart of Bexhill five to ten minutes walk from the venue and just as close to the De La Warr Pavilion and sea front. It has been developed and improved by three generations of the Sims family. A high standard of comfort and service is provided in its lounges, restaurants and accommodation. A discount of 10% is offered to entrants of the chess tournament.

The Coast B&B provides boutique accommodation in an elegant Edwardian town-house in the heart of Bexhill five to ten minutes walk from the venue. The rooms are contemporary en-suite whilst retaining many period features. Linda and Chris Wain would be very happy to discuss arrangements with you for your stay in Bexhill.

At The Barrington B&B, Jenny and Steve Tyrrell provide four spacious en-suites with TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and free WIFI. They would be very happy to discuss your needs for the weekend of the congress. The Barrington is in the heart of Bexhill five to ten minutes walk from the venue.

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