Meridale Guest House

Address: 91 Royal Parade, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, BN22 7AE , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 91 Royal Parade, Eastbourne, is near Beachy Head, Seven Sisters Country Park, Museum of Shops, and Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Eastbourne

    A battle in Battle

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 03, 2015

    43 photos

    ... boarders!

    We then drove to Hastings which is located on the Coast and where William the Conqueror landed. However, we came to Hastings to visit St Clements Caves also known as Smugglers Cove. Smugglers Cove was used in the 1700s during a period of high taxes in England to smuggle in tea and other goods into England. It was also used in the 1940s as air-raid shelters during WWII. During excavations in the 1820s, numerous skeletal remains were located, so ...

    More history

    A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Oct 02, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... as this is when our father was here - well actually he wasn't; he was evacuated in July 1940 with a lot of other children. Originally Eastbourne was one of the places children from London were evacuated to - our Dad's family even hosted one - but this changed later in 1940 when the bombs started falling on Eastbourne.

    Eastbourne was the most bombed southern coastal town in England during World War II and, while many people evacuated, many ...

    Polly's Adventures - Yorkshire and Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by pollys.progress on Aug 04, 2014

    1 photo

    ... by fencing and overgrown bushes. The memorial stone said they were Neolithic ancient monoliths possibly brought over from the nearby town of Knaresborough in 2000BC. Why and what for they didn't elaborate on, maybe nobody knows. We then decided, using Google Maps, to take a short cut back to the camp site. By this time folks, we had been walking for a couple of hours. Anyways unbeknownst to us a big warehouse ...

    Brighton day 2 and 3

    A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 13, 2014

    4 comments, 28 photos

    ... of hours around the streets. Lots of quaint antique shops, cafes, a patchwork shop that was sadly closed! We walked around the castle and the beautiful gardens and found a beautiful street of houses that I would love to live in! After another great day we headed back to Hove to Alan and Pats where Pat cooked a lovely pork roast AND Yorkshire Pud! We sat in the garden under a beautiful late afternoon clear blue sky before dinner enjoying a glass of wine. A delightful day thank ...

    Wonderful Wales

    A travel blog entry by cleegan on Aug 06, 2013

    10 photos

    ... particular pub already impressed us in London, being a franchise they are found all over England and Wales (and I hope Ireland and Scotland!), and they have some of the most delicious foods! We had the most delectable Irish stew served with warm soda bread and thyme cobblers (like little dumpling things) as well as heaps of tea in my case. It was delicious, and of course we lingered yet again. We then decided it was prudent to head back to the hostel to book a beach tour ...