St Moritz has 55 interior designed en-suite bedrooms and suites a short stroll to the beach. All are housed within our accommodation building and include luxury bedding, tea and coffee making facilities, full Sky TV, robes, Cowshed flipflops and products. Book a room and you'll also access to our leisure facilities, Land Rover shuttle service (10am- 6pm) and free on-site parking as standard.
Stay in one of our first floor Sea View Suites and you will not want to leave your room. With a sumptuous king size bed, luxury en suite bathroom, plus your very own open-plan kitchen, living and dining room, they have everything you need for a coastal crash pad.
Spacious and airy with their own private sun room and direct access to our coastal gardens. Stay here and you'll be just a short stroll to the beach.
Extra spacious and airy with their own private sun room, direct access to our coastal gardens and Murphy-style pull down bunk beds for up to 2 children. Stay here and you'll be just a short stroll to the beach and our heated outdoor pool.
Stylish, elegant and comfortable these ground and first floor rooms offer a king size or twin beds, and for a bit of fun come with your very own sea view beach hut next to our outdoor pool.
Modern and intimate, our Cosy rooms are full of light and situated on either the ground or first floors. They are as the name suggests cosy, but perfectly formed.
Our accessibility suite includes an accessibility kitchen offering low work surfaces, end of unit power points with low sink and hob, making it simple to prepare and cook with ease. Bathroom facilities are fitted with grab rails throughout, a Chilton Invadex Hoist and an emergency drop cord, ensuring your stay is always safe and trouble free.
Sleep in comfort with our purpose built accessible twin room. With electric beds and a host of modern safety features, making your stay as stress free as possible.
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to our sector and telling us that pools could open for one household at a time, we have now heard that this has been withdrawn and that no additional gov.uk guidelines will be forthcoming in the short term.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