Our Guide to Eastbourne
Eastbourne is the perfect seaside destination. Book a holiday property here and you’ll be able to fully enjoy the sights and sounds of a thriving coastal town. By day you can enjoy a stroll along the seafront, by night you can enjoy dining in one of the many restaurants and perhaps indulge in a trip to the theatre. There is so much choice here, there really is something for everyone. Our guide to Eastbourne gives you a feel for the area, and includes information on things to do as well as recommendations of a places to visit during your stay.
Feel well catered for
You won’t need to go far to find somewhere to stock up for you holiday with shops and other amenities within walking distance. There are also theatres, a cinema, gardens to enjoy. And with the South Downs National Park close by there are plenty of pleasant walking opportunities.
Dog friendly Eastbourne
Eastbourne is a great place to take your pet on holiday. There are lots of dog friendly places to enjoy in the town. With the seafront and victorian gardens there are also some excellent walks. There are lovely views of the South Downs from Eastbourne, but the national park is worth visiting as the Downs are perfect for dog walking.
A trip to the Sussex Countryside
The Sussex countryside is close by. Ideal for picnics, and enjoying some points of interest such as the Castle Goring in Worthing, or the beautiful scenery and quaint towns and villages of the High Weald area. If you would like to see what rural holiday properties we have available you can view our latest available cottages from the "Location, Location, Location" drop down above.
Enjoying the City
With Brighton and Hove 17 miles away you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the city whilst staying in a quieter area. Eastbourne is a thriving seaside town with all plenty of amenities, but it has a much slower pace of life than that of Brighton and Hove.