- The East Beach at Bognor Regis is a pebble beach at high tide and sand at low tide. The beach runs from the pier up to the Butlins Holiday camp. Backing the beach is a wide flat concrete promenade with a selection of kiosks selling hot/cold drinks and food along with beach goodies. The east end of Bognor Regis beach is by Butlins Holiday camp and has facilities and a slipway for boats and is popular with jet skis. Car park and parking on the road (pay and display), toilets and showers, deck chair hire, seasonal children’s entertainment subject to weather conditions, slipway, kiosks. A land train runs the length of East Beach along the promenade and the town centre is just a short walk back from the promenade.
- Parham has only been owned by three families since the building was started in 1577 and extended over the years. Built from local stone and slates. Parham’s Gardens consist of seven acres of Pleasure Grounds and a four acre Walled Garden. Lunches and teas are served within the 16th century kitchen. Wheelchair access to the gardens.
- Beach: West Beach, Littlehampton View: Situated at mouth of River Arun on West Beach, great views across unspoilt beach, area of Specific Scientific Interest What’s on the menu?: Fish & chips, snacks, local ice cream And something else….The café was designed by Asif Khan and is a sister to the East Beach Café.
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