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Eastbourne

The coastal town of Eastbourne is thriving with history and perfect for a romantic weekend away or family break. Escape to the coast in under two hours from London and explore the many exciting things the town has to offer. On the seafront there is the 19th-century Eastbourne Pier, a picturesque 1930s bandstand as well as the famous Birling Gap and Seven Sister cliffs. With fine dining restaurants to cosy pubs and plenty to do with children there really is something for everyone.

Things To Do

Beachy Head

Beautiful location with views as far as the eye can see on a clear Day. Excellent visitor centre at the top and a pub for a swift coffee or tipple. Head towards the light house with some really striking views but please be careful near the edge.

Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters

Walk, go rock-pooling or simply relax in the sun with views of the Seven Sister cliffs. You can pick up a tracker pack for strand line searches and fossil hunts from the visitor centre for children where there is also a café.

Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park

A great family day out where you can ride on trains around the park – we recommend paying slightly more for the unlimited rides! And don’t forget your 20ps for the little model trains. You can also enjoy a stroll around the five-acre lake nature spotting.

Royal Hippodrome Theatre

The oldest Theatre in Eastbourne with all the quirks of a traditional theatre. A wonderful hidden gem in the town with shows all summer long suitable for all ages.

Nigel Greaves Gallery

Ranked #1 on TripAdvisor Nigel Greaves’ Gallery is full to the brim of contemporary art from land and seascapes to figurative and abstract works. Pop in and have a look around and if anything catches your eye the artist himself will be happy to answer any questions with no pressure to buy anything, although you might just surprise yourself and end up the new owner of one of his pieces!

Eat

Rostick

Gorgeous authentic Italian restaurant close to the seafront with a real personal touch. The seafood specials are not to be missed! Where possible they use local ingredients including local seafood.

Gr/Eat Greek Deli and Cuisine

The restaurant bringing Greece to Eastbourne! Run by a couple on a mission to serve Greek food as good as it is in the sun. The meze offers the full tasting experience but be sure to book as it gets busy.

Cru Eastbourne

Cru kitchen serves high quality, exciting dishes. They have tapas style small plates or larger plates for a more traditional dining experience. We recommend the cheese and charcuterie boards paired with a glass of your favourite wine!

The Green Almond

Ranked #1 on Tripadvisor The Green Almond is a vegetarian Bistro with a lunch buffet and set evening menu that changes monthly. Above and beyond your normal vegetarian meal in a friendly relaxed setting. Always book ahead.

Morgans Restaurant Bistro

Perfect for a special occasion Morgans serves fantastic food at very reasonable prices. The central location make it a great spot to start your evening or end your day.

Drink

Cru Eastbourne

Cru wine bar has a huge collection of wines from around the world and have ‘The Cru Concept’ where you can buy some of the best wines available at retail price and pay corkage to enjoy them in the relaxed bar. Amazing place for any wine lover to work their way through the ‘by the glass’ options usually not available on such wines.

Urban Ground

The best coffee in town! Lovely independent coffee shop serving London roasted coffee and delicious cakes. Not far from the shopping centre so makes a great stop off when your feet get tired.

The Marine

Just 5 minutes from Eastbourne Pier The Marine is a truly traditional English pub with very English menu options including a Sunday roast. They have enough space for groups and are dog friendly too!

Eastbourne Cocktail Club

A one of a kind cocktail bar close to Eastbourne station. The bar is full of a mix of vivid artwork and rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia with a cocktail list longer than you could dream of. Check the website to see what’s on tonight!

Getting Here

By Car: Eastbourne is just 44 miles south of the M25 via the M23 and A27, less than an hour from Gatwick Airport and 20 minutes from Newhaven ferry port. The A259 provides a scenic route from Dover and the Eurotunnel.

By Coach: There is a direct National Express coach from London Victoria Coach Station taking 3 hours 30 minutes. Tickets and information can be found at https://www.nationalexpress.com/en

By Train: There are direct services from London Victoria – 1 hour 12 minutes, Ashford International – 1 hour 9 minutes and Brighton – 33 minutes. Pre-booked Eastbourne station pick-ups from local taxi companies are available.

Nearest Airports: The nearest major airport to Eastbourne is London Gatwick Airport which is only 47 miles away and 1 hour 6 minutes by car. Other nearby international airports include London Heathrow, 1 hour 47 minutes and London Stansted, 2 hours 3 minutes away. All three airports are also linked to Chichester by either train or National Express coach.

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