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Hotel History

Marsham Court Hotel

Hotel History

The Marsham Court Hotel opened in 1913, occupying one of two neighbouring houses on the East Cliff

A Mr and Mrs Marsh – who had a ham curing business – originally owned the building and supposedly put together the words Marsh and ham.

By 1923, demand for the hotel’s 13 rooms had become so great that the neighbouring house was bought and linked to provide 41 rooms.

Rosie Radwell’s mother, Jennie Deavin bought the hotel in 1987 when it was in need of refurbishment.