Just 50 metres from Eastbourne Seafront and The Grand Parade, The Palm Court Hotel offers spacious rooms with en suite facilities. With free parking permits for guests, there is also a Read more [...]
Eastbourne is immediately to the east of the chalk sea cliffs of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters and in between the South Downs countryside and the sea.
Unlike a lot of seaside towns Eastbourne has kept it's Victorian feel with a seafront consisting largely of Victorian hotels, pier and bandstand.
The beach is a typical Sussex pebble/shingle beach and stretches over 6km (4 miles) from Sovereign Harbour in the east to Beachy Head in the west.
As well as the seafront Eastbourne offers a good base and alternative from Brighton for exploring East Sussex including the South Downs and Beachy head. The town has a nice centre with a pedestrianised precinct and a choice of places to eat.
A visit must also include a trip to the The Redoubt Fortress and The Pavilion, both ideally located next to one another on Eastbourne seafront.