200-year old traditional fishermen’s cottage located just 200 yards from the seafront in the Meads Village area of Eastbourne, within walking distance of South Downs National Park.
You can't get much more romantic than a 200-year-old fisherman's cottage made for two, just yards from the sea. Situated between the seaside town of Eastbourne with its sights and amusements, and the sweeping hills of the South Downs National Park, it's ideal for an active and relaxing retreat, and could make the perfect honeymoon destination (whether you just got married or not).
Enter through the pretty cottage garden into a gorgeously decorated sitting room. With a comfy sofa (which pulls out into a bed if you need extra room), TV, warming gas fire, and period features, it's a lovely place to relax in the evening. Next door is a sweet cottage kitchen, set up with all the equipment you need to make your own romantic meals for two during your stay. Cottage-style stairs lead up to a charming king-size room and neighbouring spacious bathroom, with both a bath and a shower. Light and crisp decor with dashes of colour throughout make this cottage feel airy and romantic, and — better yet — outside is an enclosed courtyard garden with a table for two set up for taking in the fresh sea air.
The Meads Village area of Eastbourne, where this fisherman's cottage is situated, offers the best of all worlds. Just 200 yards from the seafront in one direction, and the same distance to the beginning of the South Downs National Park in the other, this is the perfect destination for those who like to walk, hike or cycle. Or you can simply stroll the beach towards Eastbourne's beautiful Victorian pier, 1.5 miles along the shore, where you'll find amusements, shops and cafes.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.