The Accommodation is Located in Felpham
A Quiet Village just to the east of Bognor Regis
Felpham Beach is within walking distance with its cafés and promenade for strolling along the sea front.
Felpham Beach Situated to the east of Bognor Regis, Felpham beach is much the same as West Beach as it has shingle on the top of the beach and great expanses of sands when the tide is out. The promenade of Bognor Regis continues along Felpham beach until the Summerley private estate in Felpham where it ends as a tarmac route, but continues as a footpath towards Middleton-on-sea.
Facilities at Felpham Beach include
- Parking behind the beach huts very near the prom
- Refreshments – two cafés to choose from
- Tennis and putting greens
- Toilets close by
Felpham Leisure Centre
Located in Felpham, Bognor Regis. Inspire leisure Felpham supports the physical education provision for Felpham Community College, whilst continuing to provide excellent leisure facilities for the whole community.
Some of the facilities include:
- 5 metre x 8 Lane Main Pool, Teaching Pool with Disabled Access, Flume Ride
- Tone Zone Fitness Studio
- Waterside Cafe
- Sports Hall, Training Room and Squash
- Soft Play Area
- Astro Turf Pitch
- Multi Use games Area
- FREE Parking
- Cycle Storage, Racket Hire and Sports Equipment for Sale
Butlin’s is the perfect place for a lovely day out with your family. Take a day trip to one of our three resorts and make the most of our brilliant entertainment schedules, enjoying a jam-packed day of fun by the seaside.
Your day pass includes:
- Unlimited rides in our Traditional Fairground and tots Little Stars Fairground
- Brilliant live shows during the day
- Entry to Splash Waterworld
- Access to our indoor soft play and outdoor play areas
- Your under 2s go free!
Bognor Regis has a busy High Street filled with shops, cafes and restaurants. An arcade leads to the Alexander Theatre and beach; facilities on the pier include an amusement arcade and nightclub; and nearby attractions include Crazy Golf, Bognor Museum, Marine Park Gardens and Hotham Park.
Hotham Park in Bognor Regis. The Park is Bognor’s largest and most central green space, and was established in the 18th century by Sir Richard Hotham. The house he built is grade II* listed and is privately owned. The clock tower attached to the house contains the oldest clock (1794) in this part of Sussex, and the Park was farmland in Sir Richard’s time. Significantly, William Fletcher was the owner who developed the land into the beautiful parkland we all enjoy today.
The Hotham Park Country Fair
The Hotham Park Country Fair is a family highlight in summer. There is a large Marquee with crafts, outside stalls selling a huge variety of items, plants, toys, books, garden ornaments and food. We bring a taste of the country to Bognor Regis with wagon rides pulled by two beautiful Suffolk Punch horses. The Bandstand is the focus of entertainment with music, dancing, a magic show, Punch & Judy and displays, including some very clever dogs. Children will find lots to do with quad bikes, bouncy assault course, games to play and animals to see. Refreshments include tea with homemade cakes, a beer tent, a ‘pig-in-a-bun’ barbeque, ice creams, toffee apples and candy floss.
Bognor Regis Golf Club
Our beautiful course stretches through the Sussex countryside, and offers you the opportunity of a great golfing challenge in an established scenic location. As a private club, owned and run by its members, we can offer you a special retreat to play our wonderful sport and a fine clubhouse to enjoy after your round.
Visitors and Societies are most welcome with prior arrangement by contacting our office, and the services of our PGA Professional are available to everyone including lessons, custom equipment, and clothing. In the Visitors & Societies section you will find details of the latest Special Offers we are running.
We hope our website provides you with the information you need. The members and staff look forward to welcoming you in person in the near future.
Climping Beach and Café
Climping beach is a quiet rural beach located about halfway between Littlehampton and Bognor. Like many beaches along this stretch of the Sussex coast it is made up of shingle and pebbles held in place by a series of wooden groynes. As the tide goes out a vast expanse of sand is exposed. Unlike the popular town beaches nearby, Climping (or Atherington) Beach is backed by low sand dunes and fields. Much of this area is protected, being designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This means the sand dunes are fenced off to prevent further erosion in many places. One of Climping’s claims to fame is it was used as a location in a couple of episodes of Doctor Who in the 60s and 70s.
Goodwood and Goodwood Racebourse
Glorious Goodwood takes place at the end of July.
Festival of speed – 4th – 7th July, Goodwood Revival 13th – 15th September (Golf Courses and Flying school just as a taster.)
Set in spectacular surroundings and steeped in racing history, Fontwell Racecourse is located in the heart of the West Sussex countryside with a thrilling and exciting atmosphere. Fontwell Park offers 24 exciting jump race meetings throughout the year and remains the only figure of eight jumps course in the UK. It hosts a number of events throughout the year including family fun days, Oktoberfest and the Southern National.