This charming terraced cottage is located in the heart of Eastbourne Old Town and is ideally suited for outdoor enthusiasts with close by South Downs National Park.
This pretty Victorian cottage is located on a quiet street in the coastal town of Eastbourne, East Sussex. It sleeps four people in two charming bedrooms, making it the ideal setting for a small family holiday or a get-together with friends. Close to Eastbourne's museum, bandstand and pier, this delightful cottage sets you at the heart of the town's charming seaside appeal. With views of the South Downs National Park, quiet days at a slower pace of life await in the rugged East Sussex countryside.
Packed with character and style, this charming terraced cottage, offers a warm and homely welcome. The social kitchen/diner allows plenty of space for cooking up a storm and enjoying mealtimes together. On summer days, throw open the door into the garden and dine alfresco on the sun-kissed decked area at the end of the garden. The cosy lounge offers comfortable sofas and soft furnishings where you can relax with a movie or a good book. After a day of exploring, enjoy a long soak in the luxurious roll-top bath before retiring to the pretty and thoughtfully decorated bedrooms.
During the summer months, Eastbourne's shingle beach comes to life, offering a good spot for sunbathers. Walkers can escape the hustle and bustle of the seaside and discover the iconic scenery at Beachy Head (3.5 miles) and the South Downs National Park. Head to the National Trust's Cuckmere Valley (7.5 miles) and Birling Gap and Seven Sisters (3.5 miles) for beautiful walks, and Alfriston Clergy House (9 miles) for history and heritage. Eastbourne offers plenty of traditional pubs, independent shops, a bandstand with a busy programme of events, a newly restored Victorian pier, tearooms, fish and chip restaurants and a Lifeboat Museum.