Luxury holiday apartment in the heart of Eastbourne
Bicknell Hyde – ground
- Central Eastbourne
- £475 - £895 per week
- 2 bedrooms / sleeps 3
At a glance
- Elegant period property
- Contemporary finish
- Central location
- Train station close by
Short terms lets Eastbourne close to all the action
If you’re looking for short term lets Eastbourne that are close to the main attractions, look no further… Bicknell House ground floor apartment in Hyde Garden is close to the train station and town centre, and is one of the best places to stay in Eastbourne for visiting the nearby theatres and Towner Art Gallery, shopping in the independent boutiques of Little Chelsea, or walking on the South Downs.
There are two holiday apartments within Bicknell House on Hyde Gardens – this one on the raised ground floor (includes a few steps up to the communal front door), and a sister apartment on the first floor.
Set in an elegant period building, with high ceilings throughout, these short term lets Eastbourne have been lovingly converted to provide stylish and contemporary holiday accommodation.
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- Parking - on nearby street, permits available
- Raised ground floor
- Central heating
- Children welcome (all ages)
- No pets
- Oven & hob
- Fridge (freezer compartment)
- Washer dryer & clothes airer
- Iron & ironing board
- Bedrooms & bathroom
- Master can be set as kingsize or with two single beds
- Second bedroom has small double
- Bathroom has walk in shower
- Bedding & towels provided
The Small Print
This property does not accept pets. Smoking is not permitted.
There is a week-long minimum stay in peak season, although flexible arrival days may be possible out of season.
Costs include the weekly rent, a £30 booking fee and a returnable £200 security deposit. To book requires an immediate, non-refundable deposit of £200 per week booked (booking fee and a portion of the rent) and then the balance, including the security deposit, is due by no later than six weeks before your arrival. For stays of three weeks or more, you may be asked to pay a higher security deposit and/or booking deposit.