Bognor Regis has one of the highest sunshine records in the country.
Whilst the Royal Garden Hotel is situated in a quiet area, there are many local amenities nearby. For example, the magnificent Marine Park Gardens right outside the hotel. These gardens are beautifully maintained and display a riot of glorious colour and scents during the spring and summer months. There is a large putting green and convenient bench seating every 50 yards or so.
Aldwick and Bognor Regis are relatively hill free so walking, using wheelchairs or battery-powered buggies is particularly easy. The promenade, beach and sea are located just the other side of Marine Park Gardens. The promenade, leading into the town centre has many seats and shelters and is perfect for a leisurely stroll on a fine day.
Some Local Amenities
The Regis Centre offers theatre, tea dances, cafeteria and licensed bar.The town centre boasts a cinema, railway station and a variety of shopping facilities. There are bowling greens, Hotham Park with its museum and miniature railway and Bognor Regis Yacht Club which welcomes social members. The pier offers amusements and children’s rides etc.
Many local clubs and societies cater for a variety of interests such as the Laburnum Club, a day activity centre, which offers a wide range of facilities for hobbies etc.
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Beyond the immediate area of Bognor Regis itself are many attractions. Here are just a few which may interest you: Chichester, with its splendid Cathedral, ancient Cross, world renowned Festival Theatre and large shopping area. Pagham bird sanctuary, horse racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, Arundel Castle, Portsmouth, with its historic ships and renovated dockyard area, giving demonstrations of old skills associated with our maritime heritage... are just a few that can be found close by.
“my accommodation is very good, warm and comfortable. food is good, but could be more imaginative. staff are pleasant and hardworking, would suggest that they speak slower and more clearly.”