Live locally and called in for bar meal at lunchtime, to see whether it would be worth returning to eat in the restaurant. Waited ages (and I mean ages) in the bar to be served. We both chose to eat the "posh fish and chips", but were told that the owner doesn't like guests eating hot food in the bar. Strange then that he puts hot food on the menu! We were told we could eat outside (on a blustery April day we didn't want to eat hot food outside), or we could eat in another bar. We went there, saw plates left on tables, that hadn't been cleared and decided to leave. Sorry, we won't go back and glad we hadn't ordered drinks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1928 the Hotel is a building of character which has undergone several changes of ownership in its time. The beginning of 2005 was the year the current owner took over the hotel and refurbished at that time also adding a beautiful beachside terrace to enjoy refreshments overlooking the sea and stunning sunsets over the Sussex Downs. The Hotel continues with an upgrade plan throughout all areas. The Beachside Restaurant with its sea view, Traditional English Menu and Sunday Carvery also The Cooden Tavern is a Bistro style eatery to cater for all guest requirements as well as a bar and lounge. For those who would like to relax with a swim the Leisure Club with heated pool, sauna, spa, steam room and gym is available. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Cooden Beach