One of the most popular questions we get asked at the time of booking is – where is good to eat and drink locally. i.e walking distance so no one has to worry about moving the car or booking a private taxi service.
You will be pleased to know that the Pubs in Angmering are plentiful, along with restaurants, curry houses and café’s!
Come rain or shine, we recommend exploring the local neighbourhood and see what culinary delights await! If you need to dangle the carrot to get some members of the family looking lively one of the many options is a great incentive to get the kids outside or take the dog out for a refreshing and revitalising coastal walk from your private beach house – especially when there’s a destination with delicious food at the end! Depending on how far you want to walk we have a range of options and just the thought of the cafés and restaurants that will meet you at the other end has us drooling!
Food & Drink options within walking distance from Your Private Beach House
Grub & Gumption: Best brunch place in town! Head to Grub & Gumption for fresh and tasty options (including vegan options). Also the tastist coffees.
5 min walk
The SeaView Pub: Situated just yards from the shore, the newly renovated Seaview Pub in Angmering dates back to the 1820s & provides the perfect blend of modern dining, opulent atmosphere & a warm welcome all year round.
6 min walk
Reema Restaurant: Fancy a curry? Reema has been serving and perfecting delicious Authentic Indian & Bangladeshi Cuisine since 1991.
6 min walk
The Tudor Tavern: A local favourite for homemade British classics and a selection of small plates to choose from. With daily specials on offer and homemade Sunday roast, it is the Angmering-on-Sea pub of choice.
6 min walk
The ClockHouse Bar: Fancy an evening tipple? Wander down to the ClockHouse Bar, an ex-Barclays bank converted into a stylish bar. Excellent real ales and craft beers on tap.
7 min walk
Penang Village Restaurant: A family favourite. Penang is a a family-run Chinese restaurant specialising in fresh seafood. The perfect solution to a no-cook evening.
7 min walk
Ferring Beach & BlueBird Café: Take your buckets and nets for some rock-pooling at low tide, followed by some lunch or a hot drink at the BlueBird cafe (voted number one restaurant in Ferring on Trip Advisor). There are beach huts, parking and you may also spot some horse riders if you go in the morning.
20 min walk
Rustington Beach & East Beach Café: Just along from East Preston, you will find Rustington Beach. Due to its south-westerly winds from the English Channel, this is a popular spot for kitesurfing. Like East Preston beach, it is fairly quiet, and very family friendly. If you continue on down the beach you will meet the East Beach Café in Littlehampton which offers seaside classics in a relaxed environment. The East Beach Café is also known for it’s architectural uniqueness, designed by Thomas Heatherwick no less and its very its Sussex menu.
45 min walk
The Spotted Cow, Angmering : This popular spot is inland and a bit further away but it promises to deliver on food and ambience, a traditional English Pub offering an excellent variety of Home-Cooked Food, along with a great selection of Real Ales. The Spotted Cow consists of a large restaurant area as well as a conservatory dining Area, and a cosy, traditional Bar. The Spotted Cow also provides an award-winning Beer Garden which surrounds the building.
50 min walk
We recommend returning to your holiday home from your lunchtime or evening feast at one of the pubs in Angmering, or the like and treat yourself to a hot tub bubbling at 38 degrees – to rest any tired legs and get acquainted again with your beach house.
Check our availability calendars for the remaining 2023, 2024 and 2025 so book for a break and enjoy the tasty food options within walking distance from Your Beach House. Our houses are family friendly and welcome dogs, and within a 2 hour drive from London.