Where to Stay

Enjoy a country house hotel with all the facilities you could wish for, a friendly B&B, a cosy self catering holiday cottage or the warm welcome. Whether you’re looking for a week of fun with the family, a luxury short break away or a holiday to explore our fantastic coast and countryside,our accommodation will surpass your expectations and we guarantee that you’ll to want to return again. Dont worry if youre a nature lover and appreciate the environment, we have plenty of accommodation providers that Selsey has some of the best guest accommodation available in any UK resort. Whether you are staying two nights for a quick weekend away or two weeks for a more leisurely holiday, find the most comfortable hotels, guest houses and B&Bs in Selsey Whether you’re looking for fine dining with sea views, or a maybe a quick meal , Selsey has the answer. With plenty of eateries in the area, you are most definitely spoilt for choice.

Welcome to the great British summer - with weather so patchy and unpredictable that we'll pile into the nearest park at the first hint of sunshine. And while that's all very fun at the weekend or during annual leave from work, there's something even more satisfying about lapping up some rays on a Bank Holiday. Bank holidays - so-named because banks, government offices and most business are closed - are different to public holidays There are technically four bank holidays in England, Wales and Ireland: Easter Monday, Whit Monday, the first Monday in August Boxing Day in England and Wales and St Stephen's Day in Ireland.

In Scotland, however, there are five: New Year's Day, Good Friday, the first Monday in May, the first Monday in August and Christmas Day. These were the days set out in the Bank Holidays Act of 1871, and as Christmas Day and Good Friday were considered days of rest they weren’t included in the act, so were deemed public holidays rather than bank holidays.