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TravelPod Member ReviewsCavendish Hotel Eastbourne
Second time we have stayed here, and it's still a special place to stay. A reminder of yesteryear hotels. Wonderful staff and rooms, a view to die for, superb breakfast and restaurant meals. Simply great.
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Eastbourne. This is our second visit to this small seaside town. Plus we have managed to get a room at the same hotel we stayed at - the Bonnington Cavendish Hotel. You have to see this place to believe it. It's not super luxurious or anything. But it does evoke all the charm of travel in days gone by. Old fashioned service, rooms decorated in the …
And then, all too soon, yet not soon enough, it was time to go home. I'm not sure how people travel for weeks at a time and see heaps of stuff and keep themselves alert and interested. I'm exhausted and suffering attraction overload. I've seen what seems like so much, but there are so many many things I didn't see and wish I had. I've loved what I' …
... remains now are two in the row. The constant erosion has taken the rest. The results of the erosion can also be seen in the steps that lead down to the beach. Originally these hugged the face of the cliff but are now several meters away from it. We didn't retrace our steps back up the hill but walked parallel to the road along a grassy track. Above was a ...
... and to enjoy the time we have here. So I decided to make a New Years Resolution again- this time to run a half marathon. So far my running club has me on a 4-6miles. We got a ways to go! I wrote it---I’m doing it. Consider it done!
The Wilsons wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! Enjoy Change! Expect Change because you never know what’s going to happen next! Let God do all the rest! God Bless! Pip Pip Cheerio and all that rot from Brighton ...
Bands of heavy rain sweep the town momentarily as we leave by way of the coastal road. This is familiar territory for me as my family would drive this route in the early 50s from our home in Droxford to visit my mum's sister, aunt Iris, who lived in Eastbourne with my two cousins Tony and Jeff. Although there has been much construction ...