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Eastbourne, East Sussex
Eastbourne, United Kingdom
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Price per night
August : £143
Price in September
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 93m²
Price per week
November : £95
A holiday rental in Eastbourne is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Eastbourne is £112.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Eastbourne, you have to pay on average £784 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £664 and £998 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Eastbourne are less expensive in November: £95 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 15% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 27% (£143 per night) in 08, which is the most expensive month to live in Eastbourne.
On average, rentals in Eastbourne can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 176 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Eastbourne is £135 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £948.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Eastbourne costs on average £114, for Friday and Saturday nights.
54% of accommodation is still available for a stay in September. It will be necessary to pay on average £120 per night.
Eastbourne is a haven for walkers of all abilities, whether you are looking for a slow-paced guided tour around the seafront, or a high-energy hike along the rugged East Sussex landscape. The popular walking tour leaves from outside the Lifeboat Museum, so choosing accommodation on Eastbourne Promenade will guarantee you do not miss out on your chance to discover more of the local maritime history. If you are an avid hiker or biker, then choose to stay in Holywell in Meads. Here you are nestled alongside Beachy Head Access Trail, the Birling Gap Trail and the Cuckoo Trail.
Many travellers with young children reserve accommodation on the Royal Parade which is ideally situated alongside Treasure Island theme park, along with a host of restaurants, and the serene shores of Royal Parade Beach. Rentals in the nearby parish of Hailsham are equally popular with families who can visit The Observatory Science Centre and Roman fortress, Pevensey Castle, where visitors can walk in the famous footsteps of William the Conqueror in 1066. Finally, staying in the town of Heathfield is ideal for the Urban Jump Trampoline Park, which is a great family-friendly alternative on rainy days in Eastbourne.
If you are visiting Eastbourne primarily for the beach, then choose accommodation in Pevensey Bay and wake up in a room with a view of the sunrise over the English Channel. Pevensey Bay is just a short hop to the pebbles of Eastbourne Beach. Also, Pevensey Bay is a perfect location for beach-loving travellers with a dog, because of its proximity to Pevensey Bay Beach. This dog-friendly shore is noted for its accessibility to quaint seafood restaurants, as well as a selection of pet-friendly bakeries and cafes.
Though all types of holiday rentals are popular in Eastbourne, many visitors reserve a nostalgic holiday cottage, which offers the unmistakable timeless charm of the unspoilt Sussex coast. Cottages are readily available in Normans Bay, which is a picturesque coastal hamlet with a history that dates back to the Norman conquest. Apartments on the Royal Parade are similarly in demand in Eastbourne, as they offer unforgettable panoramic views of the sea and the unchanging southern- English landscape.
For your next visit to Eastbourne, guarantee the best trip by booking your short-term apartment rental in advance. This cosy English coastal town is a relaxing break and will prove to be a home away from home, with everything you would want from a seaside getaway. If you fancy making Eastbourne your next UK holiday destination, browse through our selection of holiday rentals on Tripadvisor or Airbnb.
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Often overshadowed by its neighbour, Brighton, Eastbourne is a classically English seaside resort, with Victorian-style houses and hotels, a 19th century Pier, an incredible art gallery featuring the work of some of Britain's most prominent modern artists as well as historical monuments such as Redoubt Fortress. The recent influx of students has caused a "millennial" effect on Eastbourne, transforming it into a popular spot for travellers and families alike, all looking for the best holiday rentals to make their stay fantastic.
The best time to visit depends on what you're looking to get out of your trip to Eastbourne. The weather here varies quite a lot throughout the year, with a chance of snow or rain pretty much constant. If you're looking for a nice snowy escape, then March is the reportedly the month most likely to experience very large amounts of snow – although, if you're looking to go skiing, then December is when the fresh snow powder is deepest.
Alternatively, if you're looking for a nice, sunny break, then head to Eastbourne during the summer, aka June through to August. The temperatures are high, but not uncomfortably so, while there is little chance of rain in comparison to the rest of the year. This is also the busiest season for tourism, which means there will be a lot going on around the town.
Set along the south coast of England, Eastbourne is served by various main roads – such as the A27, the A259, and the A22. From here, it's easy to get to Brighton, Hastings, and London, which is easily accessible from all over the country – and world – whether by plane, car, or train. The sea-side resort is just 44 miles south of the M25, less than an hour from London Gatwick, and only 20 minutes from Newhaven ferry port. If you wanted to have a car during your stay, you can easily hire one from the airport, or bring yours over on the ferry, and your sea-side holiday cottage will just be a short drive away.
If you'd rather travel by train, Southern Railway is the primary trainline that runs all the way top Eastbourne, with direct trains from London Victoria, Ashford International, Brighton, and Lewes. Alternatively, the National Express coach service also operates two daily coaches to Eastbourne: one from London, and the other from Cornwall, which stops at many scenic coastal destinations along the way – perfect if you want to stretch your legs on the beach with an ice cream.
For anyone travelling from further afield, the nearest airport is London's Gatwick Airport, which has a direct train to Eastbourne that runs every half an hour. Heathrow Airport, London's largest, is also fairly close – only a 2 hour drive down to the coast.
Eastbourne's seafront is award winning, and immaculately clean. It's been featured on A Place by the Sea, the BBC, Carlton Kids, and many more. Dotted with countless boutique cafes and bars, as well as the famous Eastbourne Pier that features a 1000-seater theatre, bar, camera obscura, and arcade games. The Pier splits the seafront, with high-class hotels to the west, and family hotels and boarding houses to the east. Whether you're looking for niche B&B holiday rentals, or high-end hotel accommodation, the seafront in Eastbourne has what you're looking for.
This charming little bed and breakfast holiday rental sits right opposite Eastbourne's pebble beach, offering elegant and stylish rooms that have incredible views of either the sea or the town. Breakfast is served using locally sourced ingredients, and the B&B is only a few minutes' walk from the train station. If you're looking for cheap accommodation in Eastbourne for a short weekend getaway, then Pebble Beach B&B is your place.
With perfect seafront views, The Iverna is the best value holiday rental if you're looking for something a little more upbeat than a B&B. Just a 5 minute walk from the pier, the Iverna offers en-suite bathrooms, a full English breakfast, and a surrounding area full of pubs and restaurants. The hotel is also just a short walk away from the main shopping centre in Eastbourne, which features over 70 stores.
The fantastic Victorian Pier was built in Eastbourne a long time ago – between 1866 and 1872 in fact, making it roughly 150 years old. The best morning is spent wandering along the pier, gazing back at the seaside town's picturesque beach before skipping some stones along the water. The pier is full of mini amusement arcade games to keep the little ones entertained for hours, before stopping off in one of the Victorian Tea Rooms for a spot of afternoon tea. End your trip with a visit to The Chippy for some of the best fish and chips along the south coast.
The highest sea cliff in the UK formed from chalkstone, Beachy Head is one of the country's most famous TV and film locations. The dramatic coastline has been featured in films ranging from James Bond, to The Living Daylights, and even Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. More recently, the quidditch scenes from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire were filmed here, while England's Rugby World Cup team chose the spot for their 2007 advertising campaign.
The incredibly modern building in the heart of Eastbourne is strikingly different to its Victorian architectural neighbours, and it definitely knows how to stand out from the crowds. The gallery is home to countless memorable exhibitions, such as the collection of watercolour paintings by Eric Ravilious, who uniquely captures the county of Sussex using sweeping shapes and uplifting colours.
One of the oldest brick buildings still standing in England, Herstmonceux Castle was built back in 1441. It is famous for being one of the first buildings ever made with those materials, and today it makes for a magical, fairy-tale day out. The castle is set among some fantastically stunning gardens, creating a true atmosphere of medieval England.
One of few traditional cinemas left in the country, the Curzon Cinema has only three screens set inside the walls of a beautifully traditional, old building. The cinema shows a massive range of movies, from the latest blockbusters to independent art films and foreign language movies. It's also the headquarters of the Eastbourne film Society, which was first created in 1949.