Bexhill – Some sea front cafes

The Sovereign Light Cafe

The Sovereign Light Cafe

The Sovereign Light Cafe sung about by Keane (originally from Battle). The cafe is named after the Royal Sovereign Light lighthouse – formerly a light ship – visible a few miles off the coast.

West Parade kiosk

West Parade kiosk

The kiosk is a useful stop if you get peckish between the Sovereign Light and the De La Warr Pavilion. It also sells reasonable priced imitation Crocs.

De La Warr Pavilion

De La Warr Pavilion

The Pavilion is isolated from the sea front by perpetual building work, but it has great sea views beyond the scaffolding and security fencing.

The Collonade

The Collonade

The updated Collonade will contain a restaurant or cafe when it’s finished.

The Old Bathing Station

The Old Bathing Station

The Old Bathing Station is a great place to stop for a coffee as the sun sets. It’s open late during the summer.

Cafe on the Beach, Glyne Gap

Cafe on the Beach, Glyne Gap

The Cafe on the Beach is an extended walk from Bexhill – over Galley Hill and down the other side.

The other approach to The Cafe on the Beach

The other approach to The Cafe on the Beach

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About lancewoodman

Heritage interpreter, playwright and teacher. Living on the South Coast of England.

Posted on September 2, 2011, in Bexhill, DLWP. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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