Good Hotel Guide Review
‘A very good environment.’ Whether testing the surf for the first time, or paddleboarding like an old pro, there’s a pursuit to suit at Will Ashworth’s ‘great’ beachside hotel. The modern building stands on a stretch of sandy beach, where the on-site Extreme Academy hosts adrenalin-driven activities (kitesurfing, wave-skiing). Off the sands, the sleek Swim Club has every facility for deep relaxation; the Kids Zone gives children three areas to play. At mealtimes, choose between: ‘excellent’ American-style classics at Zacry’s; seasonal grub in the Living Space; fresh seafood at the Beach Hut, Italian-inspired dishes at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen. Finally, a quiet night beckons from ‘extremely comfortable’ bedrooms, each with a coastal vibe (many with views to match).
On the beach
71. 2 apartments, 2 suitable for disabled.
lounge/bar, 3 restaurants, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, terrace, sun deck, indoor/outdoor swimming pool, terrace, spa treatments.
all day in public spaces.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, 2 restaurants (£15 per night, dog-friendly beach).
per room B&B £185–£365, D,B&B £240–£420. À la carte (Zacry’s restaurant) £40.