Our Top 5 British Beachside Cocktail Bars Buoy & Oyster, Margate, Kent Situated on the beach at Margate in Kent, the Buoy and Oyster offers not only unrivalled views across the beach but also stunning cocktails and an award-winning restaurant, so you can do more than just drink… if you like. Cocktail Of Choice: The CHAMBORD ROYALE Chambord, champagne & raspberries. The Cocktail Bar, Bedruthan Hotel & Spa, Mawgan Porth, Cornwall Another beach side bar and restaurant in the south of the UK is the aptly named The Cocktail Bar at the Bedruthan hotel in Mawgan Porth, Cornwall. This scandi-inspired venue is both a relaxing and impressive place to sit and sip something sweet, while gazing longingly out to sea. Cocktail Of Choice: Grab a Gin and Tonic, preferably during a sunset! Berry & Rye, Liverpool Ok so not quite on the beach, but a port… the Berry and Rye is a prohibition inspired speakeasy type whiskey and blues bar that you have to look pretty hard to find. Stashed away behind a blank shop front this hidden gem should not be missed… I mean, if you can find it. Cocktail Of Choice: Relax with a HOWARD STREET ALLIANCE, made with Eagle Rare Bourbon, Cocchi di Torino, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, Maple Syrup, Orange Bitters. The Tippling House, Aberdeen Here’s another cosy basement bar in the heart of a costal city, The Tippling House in Aberdeen is well known for its boutique spirits and handcrafted cocktails, and while it’s not on the beach, its only a short stroll from the sea. Cocktail Of Choice: We'll take a FAIR MAID, Jindea Single Estate Tea Gin, King’s Ginger, Elderflower, Lime, Pressed Apple, Mint, Cucumber, Soda. The Plotting Parlour, Brighton, East Sussex Brighton’s best cocktail bar serves you at your table, meaning you can sit and relax in the comfort of their Victorian inspired surroundings while enjoying a perfect drink in a beautiful town. Cocktail Of Choice: Their Roobarb & Custard Too, sounds delicious, Star Of Bombay, Rhubarb, Rose, Custard.