Seaside Mews

Eastbourne , East Sussex, Seaside town

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Open up the French doors in the kitchen, place the rattan furniture outside on the immediate terrace and enjoy an al fresco glass of wine.

Downstairs Description

Downstairs, the spacious kitchen diner is well equipped with a fridge-freezer, dishwasher, electric oven, electric hob, toaster, kettle, microwave, washer dryer and a Nespresso coffee machine, plus all the utensils you’ll need for a self-catering holiday home.

A digital radio provides some ambience while you cook or enjoy your holiday meals at the dining table, which seats up to six.

There is a handy downstairs cloakroom.

First Floor Description

Upstairs, the lounge has a sumptuous sofa and large easy chair in front of a smart TV (with Amazon Firestick) and DVD player, and the bathroom on this level has a bath plus a shower over.

The two bedrooms provide ideal accommodation for up to three adults or great space for a small family. One bedroom provides a super-king size bed (or two single beds if you prefer) whilst the second bedroom has a single bed with a pull-out extra child bed available (please advise when booking).

The bathroom has a bath with shower over

Child Friendly
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Charleston Manor: Charleston was the home and country meeting place of the Bloomsbury Group. Visit our website to book tickets, discover our history and browse our collections. Visit website
  • Bluebell Railway: The Bluebell Railway is a heritage line running for 11 mi (17.7 km) along the border between East and West Sussex, England, run by the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society Visit website
  • Visit Eastbourne: The UK’s official sunniest place, Eastbourne is a grand Victorian beauty. The resort’s must-sees include award winning beaches, national beauty spot Beachy Head, and summer night concerts on the seafront bandstand. Visit website
  • Knockhatch Adventure Park: Knockhatch is a fantastic choice for families with an Owl Sanctuary Centre, a large indoor play centre (Froggies), several outdoor adventure playgrounds, a boating lake, the Wave Runner water slide, go karts, mini quads, paddling pool. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Lamb Inn At Old Town, Eastbourne: The Lamb Inn has been lovingly designed to give the perfect mix of traditional and modern, while our menu offers traditional pub classics with all the trimmings Visit website
  • Spice Garden Indian Restaurant In Old Town, : Best Indian Restaurant in Eastbourne East Sussex Visit website
  • The Two Bulls At The Tally Ho, Old Town, Eastbourne: Satisfy that deep carnal urge with a juicy steak, grilled over genuine lump wood charcoal, served with hand cut chips and a choice of our delicious home made butters and sauces. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Barley Sugar Artisan Delicatessen: Barley Sugar now has an artisan deli at both of our Eastbourne stores. As an independent delicatessen, we specialise in top quality produce from the UK and the continent, but with a particular emphasis on local Sussex produce. Visit website
  • Sainsbury's: In Eastbourne so why not pre order your grocery order for delivery for the cottages. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Royal Eastbourne Golf Club: Nestling under the South Downs The Royal Eastbourne Golf Club offers all golfers from the beginner to the low handicapper, a great golfing experience. Set within 130 acres of chalk downland with panoramic views in every direction, the beautifully maintained greens and fairways of the Devonshire course (18 holes) and the Hartington course (9 holes) Visit website
  • Buzz Eastbourne : just to the left of Treasure Island, offers courses in sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, body-boarding and power boating and caters for all abilities from beginners right through to experienced sailors. Visit website
  • Eastbourne Charter Fishing : The largest charter boat on the South Coast UK with a full 110 feet of fishing space. Visit website