Eastbourne Guest Houses

Eastbourne is an extremely popular Seaside resort that flanks the South Downs and offers its visitors much to do and see, providing a stunning coastline and many cultural and sporting activities. The town attracts over four million visitors annually who are well catered for through the many Eastbourne Guest Houses, providing picturesque views and welcoming ambiences.

The area is thought to be the sunniest spot in the UK which may be thoroughly enjoyed on its wonderful golden beaches and alfresco dining found at its sovereign Harbour, it boasts a rich cultural quarter brimming with theatres, art galleries, annual and international tennis championships and famous air shows. Eastbourne's Congress theatre, Devonshire Park theatre and the Royal Hippodrome feature an extensive programme of performances throughout the year.

Without question its most important attractions are its beaches and many of its biggest attractions are closely linked, including the Children's theme Park which lines the seafront such as Fort Fun Theme Park and Treasure Island. The land train known as ''Dotto trains'' regularly runs along the beachfront and connects the main places of interest, travelling between Holywell and the Prince William Parade. A Victorian Pier is the Town's pride and Joy and the historic Martello towers add further attraction, interest and character, the Wish Tower in King Edwards Parade next to the Western Lawns being the best known features its own cafe.

The Town offer a fascinating medley of old and new and this is replicated within the architectural styles of the many guest houses, some Victorian or Georgian hosting antiques, oil paintings Persian rugs and leaded windows whilst others show a more modern image and illustrate bright colours, striking sculptures and bright open spaces allowing the outdoors to mesh with the indoors.

The Luxury Eastbourne Guest Houses may present for their guests fabulous views of the famous Beachy Head accessorised with their own lighthouses or the chalk cliffs known as the Seven Sisters which dominate the coastline and offer a striking resemblance to the white Cliffs of Dover. These Guest houses host welcoming entrance areas where check in is conducted seamlessly and guest rooms provide en suite styles and multi roomed accommodations the choice of the honeymoon couple, nautical themes may be employed providing a relaxing ambience and four poster beds add romance. Continental breakfasts are taken on patios, terraces and glass covered conservatories offering panoramic views and fresh orange juice, thinly sliced toast and homemade marmalades.

The Old town area lying on the north westerly outskirts is home to a group of antique shops and historic buildings. Eastbourne has played the backdrop to many international films including James Bond and Harry Potter due to its traditional and unspoilt appearance. Within the town centre of Eastbourne guest houses offer excellent access to both entertainment and the business hubs, visitors are able to walk to the Towner Gallery and the Musgrave Collection notable art galleries that include works by world famous artists such as Picasso and Henry Moore.

Intimate restaurants are overseen by skilled chefs who craft innovative menus from the finest of local produce and are complemented by a range of vintage wines. Some of the guest houses boast their own liquor licenses and present chic wine bars and convenient honesty bars. Children are well catered for through chid friendly menus and families are offered connecting rooms complete with cribs, high chairs and bunk beds.

Business guests in Eastbourne Guest Houses may arrange long term stays to satisfy business contracts and some of the accommodations supply self contained kitchenettes and dining areas. Wedding celebrations and business functions are offered a host of attractive venues.

The Eastbourne Guest Houses are sure to meet the needs of the most discerning of guests and ensure returns again and again.