Our Sea Side cafe makes the perfect meeting room with large picture windows, lots of natural light and easy direct access from the car park. The space plays host to all kinds of events and meetings and with it being a cafe, can provide a fully catered experience. To devise your meeting or event simply speak to our Guest Host team who will work with you to understand your objectives and designed a bespoke package together with our Food and Beverage department.
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Whether it’s a private business lunch or a gala dinner, our Shorecrest Restaurant is the perfect spot to wine and dine to impress. Our Restaurant and Events Managers will work with you to design a menu perfect for your occasion and of course ensure all dietary requirements are met to our highest possible standards. For sample menus please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our hotel rooms offer a comfortable nights sleep just a short stroll from the beach. All our rooms come with free Wifi, full Sky TV, tea and coffee making facilities and en-suite shower or bathrooms. Our self-catering properties sleep up to 8 people and are the perfect coastal corporate crash pad. Individually designed and with many having an open-plan living space with sea view decks or balconies our coastal villas and apartments are a great option for groups and entertaining.
Bring the team together and try something new. Team building is a great way to develop closer working relationships in a fun way. Our dedicated partnered local activity providers specialise in developing fun, challenging and exhilarating team building activities and experiences including; Stand up Paddleboarding (SUP), Boat trips, Sea Safaris, Surf Lessons, Beach Games, Orienteering, Wakeboarding and more.
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Despite clear advice from the Right Honourable George Eustice MP and Cabinet Minister's Office on Wednesday giving his support to our sector and telling us that pools could open for one household at a time, we have now heard that this has been withdrawn and that no additional gov.uk guidelines will be forthcoming in the short term. This is a terrible decision by whoever in Government pressured the withdrawal of this entirely sensible guideline, that one family could swim at a time in a pool. We know that DCMS are preparing guidelines for huge pools and waterparks to open around the middle of July. Keep watching for further updates.Latest Information