Beechwood Hall Hotel was designed and built in 1829, by the architect Amon Henry Wildes of Brighton, and known as Swiss Cottage locally. Beechwood Hall was originally a semi-detached property ~ North and South Swiss Cottage.
In 1931, the buildings were converted into a hotel with 23 bedrooms.
Over the generations, the building was altered and improved,
until after a long and distinguished period it fell into disrepair.
In April 2010, experienced operators Paul and Rose Willey purchased the freehold and commissioned an extensive refurbishment and modernization for the business, which is now fully completed for your pleasure.
8 beautiful en-suite bedrooms, with hospitality trays, flat screen televisions and a complimentary wi-fi internet connection.
Beechwood Hall has a modern, comfortable and friendly dining and bar area. Our dining areas offer menus catering for light lunches or snacks and full meals with signature dishes.