As lockdown continues, Britons must make the most of the country’s beaches (Image: PR)
There are 44 rooms which all have fabulously bold interiors. Bright wallpapers, teal blue sofas and egg-yellow club chairs. Some have wood-fired hot tubs and private gardens. It’s all about the spa here, with its Far Eastern influences and huge range of treatments, from hypnotherapy and massage to meditation and mud treatments. Food is regionally sourced and distinctly British in the main dining room, while Ozone offers a Pan Asian menu. Doubles from £315 per room, per night, B&B (in May), seaham-hall.co.uk
Sitting at the bottom of red Devon sandstone cliffs and reached via a series of tight bends is this classic British beachside inn. Overlooking Babbacombe Bay, it’s the ultimate location for all manner of watery pursuits.
The Cary family have been a part of Torquay’s history since 1662 and the hotel has existed since Queen Victoria’s reign. Now famed hotelier Peter de Savary oversees proceedings.
It exudes traditional seaside glamour with an abundance of stripes, blues and whites. The terrace is beautiful for alfresco dining in warm weather and the menus feature local seafood…