Arlington House

Eastbourne , East Sussex, Seaside town

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The rear garden is well maintained, with a lawned area, patio for dining and lovely flower surrounds.

Downstairs Description

Downstairs is a spacious lounge overlooking the lovely gardens, with comfortable sofas and large TV and DVD player. The large, welcoming kitchen has a breakfast table for informal dining and is well equipped, including a dishwasher, washing machine and plenty of pots and pans.

The kitchen leads to a large conservatory, splendidly set up as a dining room so guests can enjoy meals while taking in views of the garden.

There is a downstairs WC.

First Floor Description

The master bedroom has a kingsize bed, full baby cot, and an ensuite shower room.

The second bedroom is also a king, with bags of wardrobe space.

The third bedroom overlooks the rear garden and includes a double bed (plus a sofabed which can be set up for a ninth person / supplement applies).

The fourth bedroom is a twin.

This floor has two further bathrooms - one with a bath and a shower, the other with a bath with shower over.

Windows Views Description

Views over the garden to one side of the house, and over the street at the front.

Other Notes

This is a very family friendly property which has many guests who visit on a yearly basis. It is so well located - five minutes walk from the train station, 10 minutes from the town centre and 10-15 minutes from the beach.

Child Friendly: There is a permanent cot (bring your own bedding) and more travel cots on demand
Group Getaways: Popular with extended families or friends
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • South Downs: From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breathtaking views and hidden gems. A rich tapestry of wildlife, landscapes, tranquillity and visitor attractions, weave together a story of people and place in harmony. Visit website
  • Birling Gap: Step out and enjoy big skies and coastal landscapes throughout the year. Spectacular views of the Seven Sisters make for a wonderful family wander, and if you feel like a longer stroll, join the South Downs Way over the Seven Sisters hills to really stretch your legs. Visit website
  • Friston Forest: Friston Forest offers a number of waymarked routes for visitors to explore the beech woods. Its undulating terrain makes it popular with walkers and mountain bikers. 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
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Lamb: 14th century pub in Old Town, few mins from cottage. 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
  • Tally Ho: For the best real charcoal grilled steak & chips. Visit website
  • Spice Garden: Winner - Curry House Of The Year 2017 Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Waitrose: Few mins from cottage Visit website
  • Sainsbury's : In Eastbourne and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival 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
  • Eastbourne Charter Fishing : The largest charter boat on the South Coast UK with a full 110 feet of fishing space. Visit website
  • Paragliding At Fly Sussex: Do you want to learn to paraglide? We offer paragliding lessons on the South Downs near Brighton Visit website