1st Class Accommodation

Seabank is positioned right on the sea front - it's actually as close to the beach as you can get. There is an enclosed verandah with wonderful uninterrupted sea views and an open plan kitchen. There are two double bedrooms, one twin bedroom (bunk beds) and another twin bedroom with bunk and cot or bed.

All Aboard

The house is built around two lovingly restored 19th century Stroudley railway carriages. They were originally used on the Brighton to London line and then after the First World War converted into holiday homes along the Sussex coast. Each of the coaches at Seabank has been carefully adapted to make the most of the original features creating cosy and quirky living spaces.

Clarrie and Annabel

The two carriages are in fact twin sisters of the famous coaches pulled by Thomas the Tank Engine. When they first ran they would have been painted in brown with white roofs, just like their famous siblings. You can see working examples of these carriages on the Bluebell line and on the Isle of Wight Railway near Ryde.

30 Great Cottages and Campsites

Seabank makes an appearence in The Guardian (October 3, 2020). Still as popular as ever. There has never been a better time to enjoy the wonderful British coastline. In close proximity to a host of popular attractions, why not pack a proper sized bag and head for the beach?

Top 50 best cabins, cottages and castles

Or so say the The Times (March 15, 2014). Well we love it and it seems we're not alone. Not quite a castle but who'd have thought a couple of railway carriages destined for scrap would find such affection. Yet Clarrie and Annabel sit proudly on the Sussex coast defying the elements and entertaining our guests. Hats-off to the girls.

Family Tradition

Our family has been holidaying in Selsey for years. This is our grandmother on the beach outside Seabank.