What you can do when you stay at our Bed & Breakfast.

Bed & Breakfast Hayling Island

Hayling Island is a beautiful part of the South Coast and Hampshire so during your stay at The Coach House, we highly recommend you take in the wonderful sights it has on offer.

Beaches & Coastal Walks

Winners of both the European Blue Flag and the Keep Britain Tidy Group Seaside Award for Cleanliness and management

Take a stroll in the summer sun along Hayling Island’s beautiful beach with over 3 miles of stunning Solent views. Even on rainy days, wrap up warm and go to the beach anyway, there is nothing quite like the fresh sea air to blow the cobwebs away.

Hayling Billy Trail/Coastal Path

The Hayling Billy Trail is a scenic coastal path used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The track follows the entire bed of the old ‘Hayling Billy’ railway line between Havant and Hayling Island. It starts at Havant Train Station and ends in West Town at the Station Theatre. You can walk/cycle/ride the whole track or join it at various points along the way.

Tea Rooms/Cafes

We are lucky to have two exceptional tea rooms within easy walking distance of The Coach House as well as a great variety of cafes further on the Island.

Northney Farm Tea Rooms (http://www.northneyfarm.com/farm/index.php/tea-rooms/)
Northney Farm Tea Rooms is situated within a working farm and offers views out to Chichester Harbour. They serve delicious sandwiches, light lunches as well as ice cream, all home-made on the premises. Open daily from 10am.

Meadow Farm Nursery Tea Rooms (http://www.meadowfarmnursery.co.uk/p/tea-room)
Situated within the grounds of Meadow Farm Nursery, you can browse their wide range of plants and shrubs and then pop into the tea rooms for an award winning coffee. Meadow Farm Tea Rooms are open daily for cream teas, light lunches and home baked cakes.

Beach Café – Eastoke Corner
The Beach Café is a modern beach café in the perfect location for you to step right in straight from the beach. Specialising in ground coffee, teas cakes and pastries. Open Wednesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00


The Yew Tree – a short walk along the country lanes to this traditional, homely pub complete with log fires in the winter. Delicious home cooked food served daily. NB: This pub only accepts CASH, no cards.

The Ship Inn – located on the harbours edge in Langstone, serving food daily.

The Royal Oak – just round the corner from The Ship, again right on the Harbours edge.

The Maypole – A friendly pub with a warm welcome offering a wide range of meals on a daily basis.

Inn on The Beach – Spectacular views out to see, sit back and enjoy a glass of wine in the conservatory or out on the beach side patio.

The Lifeboat – A traditional pub offering darts, pool, sports on TV and quite often live music. A very friendly atmosphere.

Fish & Chips

Traditional fish and chips are a must when you visit a seaside town. Hayling Island has lots of chose from, here are some popular ones.

Coastguard Café/Fish & Chips – located opposite the beach at Eastoke Corner. Very popular in the summer months

Whistlers – Based in West Town, this fish and chip shop would be a great finishing off point if you walk to the end of the Hayling Billy Trail.

Seaview – Based in the heart of Funlands Funfair, enjoy your fish and chips on the beach or at one of their tables.

We have a great website run for the local community that you can check out here: http://www.hayling.co.uk/guides/