Put a spring in your step with a break by the sea

Spring family escape

Spring is around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited.

Are you also noticing the daylight hours getting longer each day? We love this time of year when January is behind us and Spring is on the horizon. With many of us having spent weeks and months in our own homes, the hope of lockdown ending in March is the perfect time to escape for a change of scene and a restorative break with a break by the sea. Our luxury properties are nestled in the private seaside estate in Angmering on Sea in West Sussex and Spring is the perfect time to have the beaches all to yourself.

2021 family holiday

Spring is time to dust off the barbecue and cook some outdoor family feasts Credit: Amara

Take advantage of the longer days we have coming with hours spent on the beach breathing in the fresh salty air. With bank holidays and the Easter holiday too, Spring is blooming with opportunities to get away to the British seaside. We are already taking bookings for Spring and early summer, so start planning now to avoid disappointment, and make your day just that little bit brighter (see availability and enquire here).

Only 90 minutes from London our houses are beachfront, with many of the bedrooms boasting stunning sea views. No need for luggage restrictions or international flight plans. Make sure to pack your swimmers and hats, and get ready for sandcastle competitions, dips in the sea, and lively games of British bulldog. And speaking of dogs, the beaches are dog-friendly all year round, so don’t forget to include them in your plans!

Each house is furnished to the highest standard, with blue summery hues to compliment the relaxed beach lifestyle. Our spacious outdoor areas provide ample space for relaxing and al-fresco dining as well as space to work if this is needed. So let’s dust off those lockdown cobwebs and head to the beach.

Our houses take mid-week, weekend and extended bookings. Check our availability calendars now and enquire for your break by the sea today before it’s too late.