Stylish holiday apartment in the heart of Eastbourne
- Central Eastbourne
- £475 - £995 per week
- 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
At a glance
- Close to theatres, centre and College
- Chic and stylish
- Family friendly 2-bed
- Easy stroll to beach
Eastbourne accommodation close to theatres and attractions
This Eastbourne accommodation offers an enticing combination of facilities, great value and an unbeatable location in the heart of Eastbourne.
Thorne Lodge is moments from Eastbourne town centre, with its tempting collection of cafes, shops and restaurants. Devonshire Park tennis, Eastbourne theatres and Towner Gallery are within a few minutes stroll, whilst the beach and promenade beckon just five minutes walk away. Eastbourne College and the popular English language schools are also within easy reach, as is the Denton Road campus of Brighton University.
And with the South Down Downs National Park on your doorstep, this is also great for people on walking holidays. Don’t miss out on an invigorating clifftop walk along Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters, and the idyllic villages of East Dean and Friston are also great to explore.
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- First floor (no lift)
- Central heating
- Children welcome (all ages)
- No pets
- Oven & hob
- Washing machine & clothes airer
- Iron & ironing board
- Bedrooms & bathroom
- Master bedroom can be kingsize or twin
- Second bedroom has bunkbeds
- Bathroom has bath with shower over
- Towels & linen provided
- Smart TV
- DVD player
The Small Print
This property does not accept pets. Smoking is not permitted.
There is a week-long minimum stay and bookings run from Sunday to Sunday 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 (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.