The Beresford (West Sussex)
The Beresford is a traditional friendly pub and restaurant serving a great selection of Ales, Wines, Spirits and Food.
Situated in Middleton-on-Sea and only 5 minutes walk from the beach.
Monday – Thursday: 12.00 noon to 11.00pm
Friday – Saturday: 12.00 noon to Midnight
Sunday: 12.00 noon to 8.00pm
Monday – Saturday: 12.00 noon to 8.30pm
Sunday: 12.00 noon to 6.00pm
Monday – Saturday: 12.00 noon to 2.30pm & 6.00pm to 8.30pm
Sunday: 12.00 noon to 7.00pmPhone: 01243 587766
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- The Beresford is a traditional friendly pub and restaurant serving a great selection of Ales, Wines, Spirits and Food. Situated in Middleton-on-Sea and only 5 minutes walk from the beach. Opening Times PUB HOURS Monday – Thursday: 12.00 noon to 11.00pm Friday – Saturday: 12.00 noon to Midnight Sunday: 12.00 noon to 8.00pm FOOD Monday – Saturday: 12.00 noon to 8.30pm Sunday: 12.00 noon to 6.00pm CARVERY Monday – Saturday: 12.00 noon to 2.30pm & 6.00pm to 8.30pm Sunday: 12.00 noon to 7.00pm
- The Ye Olde Fish and Chippe Shoppe has to be one of the best chip shops in the area and has been serving quality fish and chips for over 80 years.Opening times Tuesday to Saturday : 11.30am – 2pm, 5pm – 9pm Sunday and Monday : Closed Friday lunch time delivery : 11.30am – 2pm (2 mile radius)
- Middleton-on-Sea beach is a great family beach that has a high water pebble area and then sand at mid to low tide, when you can walk for miles in either direction to Bognor Regis or Littlehampton. The beach has a high pebble bank with some grass area, but the pebbles can be steep to go down. You have good rock pools at low tide around the rock coastal defence that sit off the beach towards Elmer and these sea defence rocks also provide some natural protection from any on-shore wind. It is very hard to park by Middleton-on-Sea beach as the area is backed by private estates with no vehicle access, although a few public footpaths lead from the main road to the beach with some parking in the village center. On a positive, due to parking difficulties, you will always have plenty of space to spread out. You have no facilities on the beach but close by in Middleton-on-Sea you have a couple of pubs, chippy, cafe and shops.
- Elmer Sands and Middleton-on-sea beaches are an excellent location for kite buggies. The beach has excellent compact flat sand at mid to low tide. When the tide is low you have a long flat beach that basically stretches from Bognor Regis in the West to Littlehampton in the East. The more experienced kite handler can use the shingle banks to jump. Excellent beach for kite boarding and buggies as due to its private nature is never busy. The only problem it is difficult to get to and you will need to unload and then park the car.
- Elmer Sands beach is a typical West Sussex pebble beach with a high water steep pebble bank and wooden groynes. As the tide goes out the beach expands into flat compact sand. You have some very interesting rock islands which form part of the local sea defence that at low tide become accessible and are great to explore for shells, shrimps and crabs, although be careful about climbing them. Elmer along with its immediate neighbour Middleton-on-Sea are excellent family beaches for all ages, great for beach games, rock pools and when at low-tide the water is very shallow making ideal conditions for swimming and beginner water sports as you can stand-up. If you get bored of just sitting on the beach at mid to low tide you have a nice easterly walk away from the built-up area towards Climping Beach where you can have a cake and ice-cream before heading back. The beach is very hard to get access due to the private beach-side estates that are common on this stretch of coast but this is the greatest benefit as it limits the number of people on the beach even on very hot summer days to locals and those staying nearby. The beach has no facilities with the closest being some shops and pubs located on the main road just back from the beach. The Elmer Sands Sailing Club does have an outside shower and the Elmer Sands estate has a grass playing field with basketball hoop and a small children’s play area.
- Felpham beach is a combination of pebbles and sand divided by groynes like most the West Sussex beaches. As the tide goes out you have rock pools and large areas of flat beach. At the back of the beach you have rows of beach huts with nice grass areas in front. Felpham beach sits next to Bognor Regis beaches and is more built up with concrete promenade than its more easterly neighbours of Middleton-on-Sea, Elmer Sands and Climping. Felpham beach tends to attract more locals than tourists as it located behind the village, with most tourists heading to Bognor Regis. Facilities include cafe, shop, toilets, beach huts, promenade, Felpham sailing club, tennis courts and putting green. Parking can be hard on a summer day but you can park either in the side roads or there is a large car park in the village.
- Felpham Sailing Club is an excellent venue on a sandy beach. We are a small, family-oriented dinghy sailing club and also cater for windsurfers with excellent conditions from our beach. Keen to join us as a sailing or social member? We’d love to meet you.
- 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.
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