Why go self catering in Eastbourne?
Enjoy freedom and space in holiday cottages, apartments or homes
Having a holiday apartment,cottage or home means you have the flexibility to prepare food whenever you want to. It also gives you much more space and freedom than the average B&B or hotel.
The extra space in a self catering holiday home can be priceless for parents who need to feed little mouths at all times of the day, or who want to enjoy some downtime after they’ve finally gone to sleep. Or indeed friends or couples can make the most of the extra social space for dinner parties, a romantic movie or just to chill out with a book.
Self catering Eastbourne
Our top quality holiday accommodation is perfect for a self catering holiday in Eastbourne.
Each kitchen is fully fitted with modern appliances, including a dishwasher and a washing machine, while lounges are well appointed with comfortable sofas, televisions, DVD players and in some cases Sky TV/Freeview and iPod docking stations.
In addition to the luxury touches that you’ll find at all our properties, you can be confident that all the essential practicalities will be in place – free WiFi and fluffy towels and crisp, white linen are provided, together with an initial supply of tea bags and coffee, etc.
We can also provide dog-friendly properties, with great access to invigorating walks and have accommodation which could suit those with mobility challenges.
And group accommodation for up to 19 people, so ideal for extended families or friends in search of an escape, or even workers away from home and tired of the restrictions of hotel living.
Our whole team are based in Eastbourne and know East Sussex intimately having lived and worked in the town for many years (concentrating purely on holiday accommodation) and can give you advice on different areas, such as:
- Central Eastbourne – with the iconic attractions such as the pier and bandstand.
- Meads – Period architecture and a gentrified air with easy access to the Downs.
- Sovereign Harbour – buzzing with cafes and restaurants and an ever-changing view of the marina.
- Old Town, – atmospheric and full of character and where the locals head and rarely reveal….
- East Dean and Friston– For all that the South Downs National Park can offer
- Willingdon – a picturesque village just outside Eastbourne on the edge of the Downs.
- Pevensey – huge skies and a sweeping seascape that is sure to invigorate.
- Bexhill on Sea – a refreshing twist on a traditional seaside town with the awesome De La Warr Pavillion
- Seaford – a delightfully tranquil seaside town within easy reach of Brighton.