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Bay Hotel, Pevensey Bay  EVENTS HOMEPAGE


EVENTS PROGRAMME 2018: Bay Hotel, Pevensey Bay

BAY HOTEL: The hotel was built in 1897 and located at the heart of the community and just a 2 minute walk from the beach. Traditional, 19th-century inn offers rooms with private bathrooms and free WiFi, a real ale bar, and a restaurant serving hearty, home cooked cuisine. Rooms, public house, live music, community events from workshops to a plan for films


Welcome to our eventboard on Bay Life, weekly updates, news and information about everything happening at the Bay Hotel

News 2017

12 August: The Bay Hotel: New communications agency in Pevensey Bay reveals latest client

The hotel was built in 1897 and extended significantly in 1936, the year after the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill was opened, now with the strapline, ‘modern ever since”. The corner of the Bay Hotel features in a home movie recorded by Peter Sellers in 1962 and has been described as the ‘essence of Pevensey Bay’. New landlady, Karen Hudson who is busy reviving the fortunes of the pubic house and hotel, describes the hotel as ‘the grand old dame of Pevensey Bay’, adding with smile, ‘it is what it is,  a pub with rooms’.

The arrival of a new chef, the work on decor, hospitality, services provided and the running commentary on a calendar of community events that brim with idea and connections to the community, have been marked.

There is a mix of live indigenous music at the weekends from people. The Two Hep Cats and Jade Powers are prime examples.. There are also open mic nights on the first Thursday of the months and workshops, meetings and talks and even an international South Africa night planned.   All these elemnts have added a new dimension to the hotel. There is even talk of a Wednesday afternoon film club, when old films will be shown. A lunch film, Passport to Pimlico might fit the bill. for the launch of the film club.

Public house regulars, residents and visitors are all seeing the ways in which new landlady, Karen Hudson, is beginning to weave some new magic threads into the skirts of the building that she loves to call the grand old dame of Pevensey Bay.

Trip Adviser already shows the value of her work. The linen, she said , will always be fresh.

Our eventboards are moving to our new beta web platform, which we hope to have fully operational by the end of June. Search and find events in poster form, by week, month, with a section dedicated to the events at the Bay Hotel. You can see the new live interactive eventboard for the Bay Hotel here


Bay Hotel, Peveney Bay

Live music 2018


Bay Hotel, Pevensey

2-4 Eastbourne Road, Pevensey Bay, BN24 6EJ
01323 768645
bookings: goo.gl/9eLtE8


24 August 2017
Bay Hotel comments, a lovely review from a recent guest. Thank you….

Dear Sirs,
I had a very pleasant stay at your hotel. The staff did all they could to help me as I am disabled. They even put out pollards so that I had a parking space right by the back door. The room was a single one, but adequate, with a very comfortable bed. The food was good. I will come again if the price is right. I stayed the 3 days, Thursday to Saturday, of the Eastbourne Air Show, 17th to 19th August 2017.

Kind regards,
Mrs Pamela I. Payne.