Spacious holiday home with sea views just across from the beach
Beach in Reach
- Central Eastbourne
- £1495 - £2495 per week
- 6 bedrooms / sleeps 12 + 2
At a glance
- Comfortable and spacious for up to 13 people with 4 bathrooms and 6 bedrooms
- Sea views and easy access to the beach and promenade
- Private outdoor space with a rear patio terrace and front garden
- Parking spaces for up to two cars and free spaces on surrounding streets
- Prime location just off the seafront and close to Eastbourne Pier
Memorable getaways with families and friends
Offering lots of space inside and out, and set moments from the beach, this six-bedroom, lovingly-renovated Victorian villa is ideal for group travellers, family reunions and special celebrations.
Sleeping up to 14 people and set over three floors, this holiday home offers relaxing group accommodation and a convivial space to catch up with loved ones whilst creating new memories with days on the beach, strolling along the promenade or heading out into the South Downs National Park for invigorating walks and breathtaking scenery.
Imagine glancing out the window to check how the sea is looking and then dashing out with a beach towel to be swimming in about a minute 🙂
Take in the sea views, enjoy a morning coffee or a lunchtime glass of wine on your private terrace or relax whilst preparing a feast in the large kitchen for evening fun.
You’ll be spoilt for choice from this central location for things to do and see in Eastbourne – wander in a few minutes to the iconic Eastbourne pier, enjoy food (and more sea views) at the Beach Deck Cafe, the colourful carpet gardens, take in a show at one of the four theatres (Congress, Devonshire Park and Winter Gardens in the Devonshire Quarter and Hippodrome Theatre on Seaside) or head to the Towner Gallery which is hosting the Turner Prize 2023. There is a Cineworld cinema in the Beacon Centre as well as shops and restaurants galore.
There are two off-street parking spaces available for our guests at the back of the house, with further free parking on the roads directly surrounding the house. However a car isn’t a necessity as you’ll find public transport is on hand – buses run along Royal Parade and Eastbourne train station is about a mile away (so just a 20-minute walk).
It is a lovely flat walk along the seafront to Sovereign Harbour, where you can take the fishing boats and swanky cruisers or stroll past the pier to the Meads end of the promenade at Holywell (yet another opportunity for tea, flapjacks and ice creams at the Holywell Tea Chalet).
The area area is swimming in history, with Napolionic fortresses along the seafront (Eastbourne Redoubt is a couple of minutes walk from the house) and William the Conqueror landed just up the coast at Pevensey to change the course of English history back in 1066.
Head inland for picturesque villages such as Alfriston, Willingdon, Friston and East Dean to absorb bucolic scenery, with ancient churches and restorative walks.