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Buenos Aires Guest House
24 Albany, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN40 1BZ
Double from: £120.00
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Innkeeper's Lodge Tunbridge Wells
The Hand & Sceptre, London Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN4 0QB
Double from: £55.00
per room per night
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The town of Bexhill on Sea is easily among one of the most beautiful seaside resort towns in all of East Sussex. This is quite a bold claim, though, considering the fact that East Sussex is a downright gorgeous area and every town within it is unbelievably gorgeous. All the same, Bexhill on Sea definitely has a lot going for it and many people who come to visit Bexhill on Sea either instantly fall in love with it or sell their house and live there. This is definitely a good thing to have in your corner.

At any rate, Bexhill is home to over forty thousand people and as such one can definitely say that it is a bustling town. During tourist season the population swells even larger but the vast amount of fun to be had in Bexhill makes the crowd not so much annoying but in fact fun and invigorating as if the entire town was a theme park where everybody is happy and joyous. Bexhill on Sea wasn't always this popular or this large, however, and most people aren't aware that Bexhill on Sea has been a town since the 700s!

Naturally Bexhill on Sea was nothing like the town it is today back in those formative years. Back then it was a quaint and lovely village that could only be described as cozy. So how did it become such a large and lovely tourist destination? The answer lies with rich people. In the 1700s there was a doctor who said that bathing in a natural hot spring would allow you to live longer and be healthier. The rich aristocracy at the time wanted nothing more than to live forever and gather more and more riches so they flew in droves to any town that had a natural spring. They pumped money into these towns' economies and soon they were fully fledged cities that were built on wealthy superstition. Just as soon as the spa town craze started, though, it began to fall apart because now doctors were saying that it wasn't spring water but in fact salt water that was truly to best way to revitalize your mind and body. This is where we see the growth of Bexhill on Sea. Towns like Bexhill on Sea and Blackpool received the same income that fueled the growth of the spa towns and soon any village with a beach was a thriving tourist destination.

Meanwhile the spa towns fell into poverty in many instances once the seemingly endless supply of money dried up. The seaside resorts, however, stayed healthy and thrived on because everybody likes the beach whether it is healthy or not. This is why Bexhill on Sea remains so beloved by the entire United Kingdom. The town wisely changed its focus from health to entertainment and now it is among the most exciting and fun locations in the world. Incidentally, the salt water certainly doesn't hurt the joints, does it?

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