The Palm House is a light airy and well equipped house in a private sea estate close to the beach. The beds and towels are sumptuously soft and comfy. It is only a few minutes walk to the private well kept sand and shingle beach. Even on one of the hottest weekends of the year it was still relatively quiet. There are several small shops in walking distance and local supermarkets will deliver.
There is a wide grassy path along most of the top of the beach which is perfect for walking. There are a couple of cafes, one in each direction which stock local ice cream and drinks.
Brighton is approx 40 minuets drive and well worth a visit. We booked parking on line through just park which was £10 for the whole day and very easy. The pavilion is amazing, don’t be fooled by the exterior! The interior is stunning. If you book tickets on line via the Brighton and Hove museum site you can skip the cues. If you book with other sites make sure you print off tickets as the won’t accept anything on your phone- the nearby library can help with this for 20p.
Littlehampton is a a pretty seaside town with a few shops and amenities.
The George at Burpham serves excellent food but you must book well in advance, local fish and chips are also good.
We had a great week with some excellent weather and loved it.