This coastal town is the perfect place for a family vacations, short retreat breaks or as a romantic honeymoon destination. Eastbourne became a prime Victorian seaside resort in 1849, assisted by the arrival of the railway, and remains one of jewels of the south coast today.
Choosing among hundreds of different types of accommodation in Eastbourne, can be a bit tricky sometimes that is where Thompson Homes Lettings can help. Our team will endeavour to help you make the right choice and to plan an unforgettable holiday. We offer classy holiday apartments, larger family accommodation, providing the necessary flexibility and freedom that a family need, or fully-equipped double rooms with modern private bathrooms.
So if you're a family, a group of friends or an executive on a business trip and planning a short or long break and you want to find accommodation to suit your needs and budget; don’t hesitate any further, check out our property and availability at http://www.thompsonhomeslettings.com
What Eastbourne has to offer....
1. Stunning seafront. Award winning beach resort offering more than 3 miles of pebble beaches. With lifeguard patrolled safe bathing, seafront restaurants, beach huts, cabins, sun loungers, deckchairs, kidzsafe wristband scheme and children's attractions. From stunning cliffs and a Marine Conservation Area at Holywell, to windsurfing off Royal Parade and fishing at Harbour Reach, our array of beaches offers the perfect spot to suit everyone.
Thinking of food? For the people who prefer sitting at a table, enjoying a relaxed lunch and relishing an exquisite meal Eastbourne seafront offers a wide range of restaurants each providing different cuisine. For those who prefer having a quick lunch right on the beach and enjoying the sunshine, on Eastbourne seafront there are many cafés where you can purchase superb homemade Panini or sandwiches with a variety of fillings. If you’d like to know more about the different cuisine in Eastbourne, check out our “Popular Restaurants, Pubs and Bars” article.
Not to mention the characteristic Victorian Pier and the myriad of activities that our seafront offers. Just to name a few...the water park at Fort Fun, the mini golf at Treasure Island Adventure Park, the Splash Point for fishing near Redoubt fortress, etc... If you’d like to know more check out our “Eastbourne's Events and Attractrions” article.
2. Astonishing Cliffs. One of the most popular sights in Eatbourne is Beachy Head along with Seven Sisters, Birling Gap and the Cuckmere Valley, all part of the National Trust. If you enjoy taking long inspirational walks, contemplating beautiful landscape and majestic views from the UK’s highest chalk sea cliff, Beachy Head and Seven sisters are a‘ must see’. If you are more of an active traveller and enjoy sports; biking, horse riding, kayaking and canoeing are all available at Cuckmere Valley and Seven Sisters.