High tides and good vibes

Will it be the Isle of Wight, Hampshire or Suffolk? From one heritage coastline to another, we’ve a pick of six seaside stunners.

Bembridge Coast Hotel

Bembridge Coast Hotel was an Isle of Wight favourite of the Queen Mum’s. Set on the island’s east side, it’s a stone’s throw from a sand and pebble beach and a short stroll from a picturesque village. The hotel’s perfectly placed for coastal walks and visiting the island’s tourist attractions.

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Corton Coastal Village

This is a cracking spot in Suffolk midway between Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth. Clifftop lodges and lounges here boast amazing sea views – the first sunrises in England too. There’s a 50-mile stretch of heritage coastline on the doorstep with Blue Flag beaches and the Norfolk Broads a short drive away.

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Gunton Hall Coastal Village

This Suffolk-based hotel enjoys the best of both countryside and coast. It’s set within 55 acres of woodland and walled gardens but within walking distance of a beach and just a couple of miles from the traditional seaside town of Lowestoft. The charms of Southwold are a short drive away.

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Lakeside Coastal Village

Located on the sandy south coast on Hampshire’s Hayling Island, Lakeside is a welcoming village with chalet-style rooms and suites beside a fishing lake and close to a large beach.

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Norton Grange Coastal Village

The chalet village sits on the Isle of Wight’s west coast with the sea at the end of its lawns. It’s a short walk from Yarmouth and an excellent base for coastal walks and exploring the Needles.

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Sinah Warren Coastal Hotel

On beautiful Hayling Island just off the Hampshire coast, this large, modern hotel overlooks Langstone Harbour nature reserve and is close to Portsmouth Harbour and Nelson’s HMS Victory. Many of the rooms have balconies or garden patios to make the most of the views.

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