Your Exclusive Offers this Autumn
Step Back in Time...
3 for 2 at the Hydro Hotel
Can't wait for your visit? Book online now with this fantastic exclusive offer at the Hydro Hotel. Enjoy 3 nights for the price of 2, plus discounted entry to former monastery, Michelham Priory, at just £10 for 2 people (subject to dates/opening times).
More Heritage to Discover in Eastbourne...
The dramatic 530 feet high cliffs of Beachy Head give stunning views over Eastbourne and the English Channel.
The Observatory Science Centre is one of the leading """"hands-on"""" science centres with over 100 exhibits.
Visit us in the heart of South East to enjoy a wonderful ride through the High Weald countryside. Experience the nostalgic and memorable sights, sounds and smells of a working heritage railway.
A railway adventure in Eastbourne. Travel for nearly a mile on the 1/8th scale miniature trains. There's a nature walk around the lake, adventure playground, model railways, cafe and gift shop.
Offering the perfect family day out, there is so much to explore at Newhaven Fort, including the vast, echoing tunnels built into the chalk cliffs.
Discover over 200 year of history at this iconic seafront fortress, recognised by English Heritage as being of national importance.
Explore Michelham’s fascinating 800 year history, from its foundation by Augustinian canons, through the destruction caused by the dissolution of the monasteries in Tudor times and into its later life as a country house.
A Roman fortress built in 4thC as a defence against Saxon pirates, includes fine west gate. Norman castle built within Roman walls contains remains of unusual keep. Tudor gun. Exhibition..
The Eastbourne Concert Orchestra performs an evening of Spring Classics on Tuesday 28th March at Eastbourne Town Hall.
The Alfriston Heritage Centre is located in the Gun Room, next to St Andrews Church, on the Tye (the village green) in the centre of the historic village of Alfriston.
Eastbourne Pier has a variety of shops, a chippy, cafe, tea rooms, Atlantis nightclub, fishing and fantastic views of the English Channel.
Bateman’s is the 17th century home of The Jungle Book author Rudyard Kipling. The rooms are much as he left them with his Rolls Royce in the garage, a watermill at the bottom of the garden & a 300 acre estate to explore.
The famous Carpet Gardens are the centrepiece of Eastbourne's Promenade. Don't miss the vibrant displays of bedding plants, special planting features, cactus displays and fountains.
Originally Tudor, Firle Place is the home of the Gage family and has been for over 500 years.
Experience the peace and tranquility of this 15th century moated castle set among carefully maintained Elizabethan gardens and parkland.
Sovereign Harbour is northern Europe’s largest composite marina complex and boasts four linked harbours and the hugely popular Waterfront retail and restaurant development.
Stand where, according to legend, King Harold was struck in the eye by an arrow and the course of English history changed forever.
The International Lawn Tennis Centre (ILTC) is a popular venue for meetings and small conferences. The ITLC also acts as a major fringe meeting and workshop venue for several large conferences.
One of 74 Martello Towers built along the south coast to defend against Napoleon in the early 1800's, the Wish Tower built on grassed slopes is number 73. Featuring guided tours, special events and the popular Western View cafe next door.
Discover Eastbourne the story of how the town developed into a fashionable, stylish, well-planned Victorian seaside resort. Visit the Heritage Centre cinema and watch films about Eastbourne.
Set high on a hill in West Sussex, this great castle commands the landscape with magnificent views across the South Downs and the River Arun. Founded at the end of the 11th Century.
16th century court room housing local museum with prison cells below. Site of Norman Invasion in 1066.
The mysterious guardian of the South Downs has baffled historians and archaeologists for years. It is signposted from the A27, between Eastbourne and Polegate and located south of the village of Wilmington.
More Offers in Eastbourne
The Shore View Hotel is located on Marine Parade, with stunning views out over the English Channel and Eastbourne Pier.
A unique and elegant Victorian property situated in a prime position on the promenade in Eastbourne. All of our bedrooms are en-suite, many with seaviews and balconies. Lift and ground floor rooms available.
Terry & Carolyn welcome you to Devonia,situated in a superb location on Eastbourne's elegant seafront with wonderful sea views and stylish comfortable rooms. All rooms en-suite. Freeview TV, Free Wi-Fi internet connection. Private car park.
Classical late Victorian establishment, privately owned, excellent value, personal attention to all who visit. Ideally located for all amenities.
Situated on the South Cliff, the Hydro Hotel enjoys spectacular sea views from a unique garden setting. The outdoor pool, putting and croquet are always popular in the summer.
Situated on the seafront with stunning panoramic views to all air conditioned public rooms. Many bedrooms have furnished balconies. Friendly, relaxed atmosphere in modern purpose built surroundings.
Traditional, privately-owned seafront hotel overlooking the Western Lawns and the Wish Tower. Theatres and shops 3/4 mins walk away. Pet friendly rooms & lounge. Daily changing menus together with a choice of a la Carte dishes.
Karen and Mark welcome you to their stylish Victorian seafront guest house. High quality en-suite accommodation, fantastic home-cooked breakfasts, close to pier and all amenities, easy parking. A superb seaside break.
Albany (Lions) Hotel is a newly rated 3 star hotel following extensive refurbishment. Situated in the heart of the seafront very close to the theatres and shopping centre. Seaview restaurant, sun lounge and an entertainment programme.
The Mansion (Lions) Hotel is situated directly on the seafront. We have bar and restaurant facilities and we are open to non-residents.