A Guide to Hotels in Eastbourne, Things to do Locally, Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Tourist Information and B and B Accommodation.
Steeped in fascinating history, rich in natural splendour and surrounded by woodlands and countryside suitable for picnics, with plenty of hiking trails, cycling paths and magnificent countrified locations - not to mention the 4 miles of clean beaches and warm sea - there is something for absolutely everyone in Eastbourne, East Sussex, which is situated in the South East of England.
Voted the best summer town in the UK, Eastbourne is the sunniest town in Great Britain and an award winning holiday destination, the perfect place to unwind and enjoy time out or a holiday by the sea, in the stunningly beautiful and picturesque Sussex countryside.
This website genuinely lists ALL the things to do in Eastbourne to help you plan an enjoyable stay, as well as all the Hotels in Eastbourne, B and B's, Self Catering Accommodation and Camping and Caravan sites locally.
Classified as a large town, Eastbourne offers stunning views of the English Channel and local countryside from atop the Beachy Head cliffs at the eastern end of the South Downs. Local facilities include two cinemas, four theatres, numerous parks, a bandstand, pier, art galleries and several museums. There are numerous bars, pubs, restaurants and night clubs to enjoy locally.
Guest houses and Victorian hotels line the four miles of shingle beach, with most facilities and venues being within minutes of the seafront. Conference venues are abundant, as are the available wedding venues.
You may find our directions to Eastbourne helpful, alongside the weather in Eastbourne. Use the journey planner to help you find the information you need on public transport access, train times and bus routes.
Both Beachy Head and the South Downs shelter the town and are responsible for Eastbourne's title of the Sunniest place in Great Britain. You'd be nuttier than a port-a-loo at a peanut festival not to visit!
Human activity can be dated back to the stone age, but the area itself remained a cluster of small settlements right up until the 1800's. The town started to expand with the arrival of the railway in 1849, whereupon Eastbourne matured into a prime Edwardian seaside resort. Read more on Eastbourne's history here.