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Places to Stay in Eastbourne

Eastbourne has something for everyone – whether you’re looking for a traditional seaside holiday or a culture break.

Kids will spend hours playing on the lovely clean, pebble beach, which has hidden rock pools that are exposed at low tide.  The pier offers traditional seaside amusements and if you’re trying to drag them away, Fusciardi’s ice-creams are unsurpassed as bribery!

The charming town centre has a surprising number of excellent restaurants and a good selection of shops to while away a few hours, including the charming Little Chelsea area which covers the South Street and Grove Road and includes many independent boutiques.

The Beacon shopping centre is currently undergoing a £875m redevelopment with many big brand names coming to town plus a new multi-screen cinema and a host of great restaurants.

The Devonshire Quarter, incorporating the Congress and Devonshire Park theatres and tennis centre are also enjoying a multi-million pound enhancement to further improve the sporting and cultural offer of the town.

Places to Stay in Eastbourne

There are four theatres in total and regular West End shows appearing, so why not check what’s on and book tickets in advance of your visit?  And the excellent Towner Art Gallery is well worth a visit, with exhibitions regularly updated and inspiring.

Transport links offer easy and regular services, with Eastbourne train station having direct services to London Victoria and London Bridge, Ashford International, Gatwick airport, Lewes and Brighton, meaning that a car isn’t essential if you’re looking to explore.

There also also several language schools offering English lessons which prove popular with children and parents alike, whilst many international parents will also seek to place children at some of the excellent schools nearby.

Do you already own holiday accommodation in Eastbourne? Or perhaps thinking about buying a second-home in the area for a holiday let?

We’d be delighted to have an informal discussion with you about places to stay in Eastbourne either before you buy a property, with advice on locations or specific properties and on the best way to decorate and furnish it, or when you simply need help to let it.

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Where to stay in Central Eastbourne