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Bed and Breakfasts in Eastbourne
Eastbourne is a bustling seaside resort town along the Southern coast of England – it holds the title of "Britain's sunniest town". Eastbourne has been popular for more than a century, ever since the Victorians – who used to flee the stuffy summers in London to holiday along the beaches – discovered its charms. It's known for its handsome promenade, squeezed between the chalky white cliffs that flank it on both sides, the long wooden 19th-century pier that juts out in the ocean and the 1930s bandstand, which has a packed calendar of outdoor concerts and events throughout the summer. With a host of modern art galleries, several fine museums and easy access to the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park to choose from, it's no wonder that families return to Eastbourne bed and breakfasts every year.
Romantic hideaways and country cottage B&Bs, Eastbourne
Staying in the bed and breakfasts in Eastbourne just feels right. Maybe it's the home-away-from-home ambience, or the friendly owners who welcome you in. Perhaps it's the intimate atmosphere or their proximity to the beach. Either way, you'll pay a fraction of the cost of a hotel when you stay in 1 of the B&Bs, making a little romantic break or family getaway by the seaside affordable for all. When you search through the extensive listings on Expedia, you won't have trouble finding the right Eastbourne bed and breakfast for you. If you want seaside views, try 1 of the century-old Victorian terraced houses that run along the promenade, overlooking the beach. Alternatively, save your cash for the restaurants and nightlife by nabbing 1 of the budget-friendly B&Bs closer to the centre. If you'd rather stay out of town, there's a smattering of cottage hideaways that offer seclusion and privacy, just a short drive along the coast. Either way, you're guaranteed a stress-free holiday when you book up through Expedia.
If you're new to bed and breakfasts, you can rest assured that you'll find almost all the amenities that you might expect in a hotel. Once you've checked in, you can settle into your gorgeous seaside-inspired guestroom. If you can tear yourself away from the views, you'll find the room is equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Flick on the kettle to make a brew while you link up to the WiFi and start planning your adventures. Most of the guestrooms have ensuite bathrooms and there's always storage to put away your things. If you're looking for free parking for your car or rooms that welcome pets, you won't have any trouble finding them, as you search through the descriptions and photos on Expedia. After a comfortable night's sleep on the crisp linen sheets, you can head downstairs for a slap-up full English breakfast, before making a beeline for the sunny beach. Have you thought of combining your city break with a visit to the attraction-laden capital, London?
There's family fun to be had whatever the weather, near your B&B, Eastbourne
You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do near your Eastbourne bed and breakfast. Of course, if you just want to stretch out on the beach and cool off in the English Channel waters, no one's going to stop you. If you're not a natural beach-dweller, you could take a walk along the mid-18th-century pier and enjoy the retro games and attractions set along the wooden walkway, or dive into the contemporary Towner Art Gallery, which houses works from some of the region's most celebrated artists. If the sun is shining, you could take a walk along the cliffside footpaths that pass Beachy Head or score tickets to 1 of the shows at the bandstand. If the famously changeable British weather takes a turn for the worse, you can explore the Eastbourne Lifeboat Museum or catch a show at the Printers Playhouse.
- Be close to the coastal footpaths near your waterfront B&B
- Stay in seaside-inspired guestrooms
- Tap into the local knowledge of the owners
- Set yourself up for the day with a home-cooked full English breakfast