Pretty terraced cottage located in the Little Chelsea area of Eastbourne, an area known for its quirky independent shops and eateries.
Browse in the artisan shops of Eastbourne's Little Chelsea quarter or pause for a cup of freshly ground coffee and a slice of homemade cake in one of its many colourful cafes. Up to three guests can enjoy the vibrant surroundings from this attractive period cottage, which also gives you access to the magnificent South Downs National Park.
This period cottage is part of a row dating back to the 19th century and has been decorated and presented with great sympathy for its charm and style. Character features, including a Victorian fireplace and wooden floors, contribute to its appeal and are enhanced by its warm decor and comfortable furnishings. Step straight into the inviting lounge and dining room to settle down on the sofa with a cup of tea. Cook up a tasty meal in your kitchen and on sunny days, you could choose to carry your plates out into the courtyard garden, with its pretty flint wall. As night falls, head up to the first floor to find the single bedroom and bathroom, or go on up a second set of cottage-style stairs to the master bedroom.
Explore Little Chelsea to your heart's content or stroll into the busy centre of Eastbourne. The main beach is just half a mile from the cottage, but you can also make the most of quieter, more rugged coastal locations by packing a picnic and heading out into the South Downs National Park. Take in beautiful downland landscapes on the way to Beachy Head, just 2 miles away, or make more of a day of it by trekking the 5 miles to the National Trust's Birling Gap for panoramic views of the Seven Sisters cliffs.