Sitting one road back from Eastbourne's popular seafront George's is the ideal base for exploring all the town has to offer, just minutes from the beach, town centre, restuarants and attraction. Eastbourne is an award winning seaside town nestled at the foot of the South Downs and has been crowned the sunniest spot in the country.
Having been recently refurbished and extended the gorgeous Victorian terraced house combines some elegant original features with contemporary modern style, perfect for groups and extended families, as it sleeps up to 12 (plus baby in travel cot). 8 in permanent beds, 2 on day bed in the games room and 2 on the sofa bed in the family bedroom.
The house was originally a bed and breakfast style guest house back in the 1960's, it is arranged over 6 split level floors. There are 4 bedrooms in total, 3 are together on one floor and one on the floor above in the loft.
One bedroom is a large family room with kingsize bed, a flop out sofa bed (sleeps 2 children) and an ensuite shower room with toilet.
There is one twin room (with 2 single beds) and 2 other double rooms (with double beds). There is a family bathroom in the loft and a family shower room down near the kitchen, a further toilet is on the floor with the majority of bedrooms and the ensuite in the family room.
There is a large fully equipped kitchen diner with all mod cons.
The front of the basement has been arranged as a games room complete with table football, board games, toys and a games console, so along with the free wifi even the most hard to please children will be entertained.
Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board etc.
There is a large lounge with satellite tv, a selection of books and dvds for those wanting to relax and unwind.
The sun trap courtyard garden is perfect for alfresco dining and sitting in the sun enjoying a nice glass of wine.
Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Towels and linen provided.
On street parking with no restrictions is available for free on the roads around the house. It does get busy at peak times.
The town centre has some lovely restaurants and a whole host of different shops from small independent boutiques to large department stores. If you are looking for some culture there is the very contemporary Towner art gallery, four theatres plus the interesting Redoubt Fortress and the Bnadstand which has events running all year round. If active pursuits are more your thing you cannot beat this area for walking, cycling and watersports, again there are numerous sporting events that take place throughout the year. Details can be found in welcome pack and leaflets in the house. If there is not enough to keep you occupied in the town then the bustling bright lights of Brighton and historic Hastings are both only 30 minutes away.
Please contact me if you require a different check in day, earlier arrival time or later check out time and I will try to accommodate.