Overlooking the pier and seafront with a sunny balcony
Sea view self-catering, a sunny balcony and the promenade on your doorstep with its iconic carpet gardens. Quite a combination for By the Pier!
With a balcony facing the pier you can enjoy a timeless view with wonderful light. It offers a great position to catch the sun for most of the day.
Located on the hall floor and all on one level (with just 11 steps leading into the building), the apartment provides easy access and there is a spacious feel thanks to the high ceilings and open plan nature in the historic building. The holiday apartment offers excellent family friendly accommodation or for friends looking for a coastal break. It sleeps four with a double room (kingsize bed), as well as an additional twin room with two singles.
The seaview self catering holiday rental has recently been refurbished throughout for a contemporary feel. There are two new immaculate wet-rooms providing walk-in showers as well as modern fittings throughout.
Take in the views from the spacious open-plan living room with comfortable sofas and dining table with seating for four.
The separate kitchen is well equipped for self-catering holidays, with oven, hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, toaster and washer-dryer and all the utensils you’ll need (you’ll even find a few starter essentials, such as Fairy liquid, tea towel and enough tea and coffee for a welcome drink).
Seaview self catering apartment in Eastbourne
You’re very centrally located, almost within touching distance of some fine cafes and restaurants, whilst the Arndale Centre is being currently refurbished with a huge selection of new eateries as well as a multiplex cinema.
Beachy Head makes for an invigorating walk from the apartment, set within the scenic South Downs National Park, along the cliffs along to the Belle Tout lighthouse and beyond, to Birling Gap and the Cuckmere Valley, with sensational views for many miles.
All linen and towels are provided but please bring your own towels for the beach and swimming. Additional linen will be supplied for stays of more than a week. Free WiFi is also provided and parking permits are available for just £1 per day (free on Sundays).
With fully controllable heating you can be toasty warm all year round in this seaview self catering apartment in Eastbourne.
Property Address3 Grand Parade
This property does not accept pets. Smoking is not permitted.
There is a week-long minimum stay and bookings run from Saturday to Saturday basis in peak season, although flexible arrival days and shorter stays may be possible out of season or last minute.
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 (the 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.
The checkout time is 10am on the day of departure – a fine may be applied if you do not leave on time. Please leave the property in good order – dispose of rubbish in external bins and wash up any pots/dishes or load into the dishwasher and switch on. If the accommodation is left in an unreasonable state, requiring deep cleaning, the cost for this will be deducted from your security deposit.
The security deposit will be returned to you within 1-2 weeks of your departure, minus any deduction for damage, loss or excessive cleaning required.
The property can only be used for the maximum number shown on the booking correspondence. It must not be used for improper, illegal or immoral purposes. Guests must not sub-let the property and must not change, add, move or remove any items of furniture, furnishings or structures inside or outside. Guests must not cause (nor allow any visitors to cause) any nuisance, annoyance or disturbance to neighbours, the property owner or the property owner’s agent.
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