Are you searching for an amazing seaside hotel in which you can relax and unwind to the sounds of the waves? Then look no further, as we have searched far and wide to uncover the best options for you to explore around the British coastline. Here are 14 of the most amazing seaside hotels that you can book today to guarantee an awe inspiring experience.
Carbis Bay, the only hotel in Britain with its own Blue Flag beach, is a truly stunning seaside choice. Built in the year of 1894, it's the perfect mix of historic grandeur boasting gilt mirrors and chandeliers. The vast 125 acre estate includes fine-dining opportunities, an excellent spa, watersports, a pool and an array of different accommodation options to suit your unique preferences.
This eco hotel offers the ideal blend of indoor and outdoor living thanks to glass walls, sea thrift flat roofs and jaw dropping infinity pools that appear to flow straight to sea. There's a unique Ayurvedic spa that's home to pods suspended in the dark to promote deep relaxation. It's important to mention that The Scarlet is an adult only sanctuary.
A coastal south Devon luxury spa hotel boasting 50 rooms, the magnificent Salcombe Harbour Hotel never fails to disappoint. It's a chic retreat with a deluxe spa, a private cinema, a top quality restaurant, and several outdoor terraces with memorable views of the bay. The seafood heavy menu is one that you won't regret trying.
This fun, theatrical 24 room hotel sits at the top of Regency Square in the famous artistic city of Brighton. Each bedroom is 100% unique having been painted by an artist, with more works dotted around the hotel to give off a gallery like vibe.
For the perfect Jersey stay that doesn't break the bank, The Atlantic Hotel can provide everything you'll need to experience the best the island has to offer. From stunning swimming pools to impressive dining options, this stylish yet timeless destination is proud to welcome each guest through its doors. Well-mannered staff work hand in hand with head chef Mark Jordan, whose aim is to let guests enjoy the best produce that Jersey has to offer.
The easy going yet stylish atmosphere at Watergate Bay is great for families, as it even boasts its own "extreme academy for water sports" to utilise its location at one of Cornwall’s most well-known surfing beaches.
Ynyshir Restaurant and Rooms is a super peaceful hidden retreat, close to the RSPB Ynys Hir Nature Reserve boasting spectacular surroundings. Each bedroom has the name of a famous artist and maintain their own unique themes. For a relaxing Welsh stay with areas of natural beauty right on your doorstep, it doesn't get much better than this.
The magical island hotel of Eriska is connected to the mainland by a rustic style bridge, giving off the air of peace and isolation. The turreted Scottish Baronial Big House was built in 1884, and hosts some of the tastiest dining opportunities that the area has to offer.
The Bodysgallen Hall is the medieval centerpiece of a gothic 16th century mansion. The higher you climb inside the hall, the older the aesthetics prove to be. The view that you can expect to see from your suite will no doubt remain with you for a lifetime, as neighbours include Conwy Castle, Snowdonia, Great Orme and even Llandudno's famed promenade.
A Georgian townhouse just a hop skip and a jump away from Margate's sandy beach, The Reading Rooms offer boutique style luxury. Bedrooms span over a floor each, and lavish breakfasts can be enjoyed delivered to your bedside for ultimate indulgence. Vintage floorboards and old radiators complement antique chandeliers and wildflower posies sitting atop ornate fireplaces for the perfect beach side getaway.
The Nare boasts a stunning location on Carne Beach, and it's levels of hospitality and service are second to none. The hotel offers a home collection service to transport you right directly to their doorstep without any hassle, and the dog friendly staff have even come up with their own pup-friendly dinner menu! There's likely no better spot for families in Cornwall.
Turrets, gargoyles and overlapping mish mash tiles are just a few of the most eye-catching features the enchanting 18th century house better known as Pig On The Beach has on show. You can expect views across fields and sea all the way over to Old Harry Rocks. The charming conservatory restaurant, traditional-style walled kitchen garden, quirky bedrooms, and shepherd’s hut spa will transport you to a totally different world that you'll want to revisit again and again.
Family friendly Fowey Hall is a grand coastal manor that sits just above the estuary, providing guests with a top quality restaurant that serves seasonal Cornish cuisine. There's a complimentary Ofsted-registered crèche to provide parents with ultimate peace of mind, as well as a family-friendly spa with lots of places for little ones to play. Welcome to family holiday heaven!
Titchwell Manor looks out over the salt marshes that line the Norfolk coast, and it's comfortable, stylish rooms are the perfect hideaway for those seeking a more tranquil trip. The hall itself is a large red brick Victorian farmhouse, with 26 boutique rooms and a reputation that spans far and wide for amazing food that guests travel from miles around to taste.
Choosing between these 14 beachside getaways is going to be a super difficult task, so be sure to check out a few reviews before making a final decision. Where's your favourite British beach location? Let us know on Insta or tweet us @justhooit!