Address: 16 Blackwater Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, BN21 4JD, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on 16 Blackwater Road, 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 ...

    Heading home

    A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... bag weighed in at 22.9 kg, which is 6.5 kg heavier than when I left home. That's a lot of tacky souvenirs.

    We'd booked and pre-paid a taxi to take us to Heathrow. Any other option involved at least 3 service changes, including from train to bus and back again, or leaving Eastbourne some time around 8.30 am. (That would never have happened.) Multiple service changes didn't sound like fun. Especially not in this rain, which ...

    Pebbles on beaches and penny arcades on the pier

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... stalls that framed the walkway. These a below bubbles and washed around the foundations. Families and teens crowded onto rides, lined up at Rock (candy) stores and licked ice creams. We were one of many tourists enjoying the British seaside. We paid to go on the Brighton eye, a Ferris wheel that boasted it's boarders would get at least four rotations in which to look at the city and the water around. The radio corn tart pointed out the apartments frequented by Oscar ...

    Brighton Day 4

    A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 15, 2014

    15 photos

    ... around on deck chairs! At the end it is fun fair - with all the rides and game stands you could think of. We decide to go on the Brighton wheel as the day is so lovely. It is £8 each and no queue! The ride is brilliant - you can see for miles and we get 4 revolutions! We then head off to see the Royal Pavilion - a very famous part of Brighton. The gardens are magnificent and again there are people everywhere laying on the grass enjoying the sunshine! We have arranged to ...

    Brighton Part 2

    A travel blog entry by fenwicks on Aug 11, 2013

    10 photos

    ... he competed in the Oxfam 100k walk.
    This time I am sure it was a lot more pleasant for Matt with out the odd foot blister that had marred this stage on the Oxfam.
    The walk is very pleasant, mainly through farmland with some dedicated trails, we passed a few nice stone cottages begging to be bought and turned into smart homes again. As we arrived at the highest point near the end of the trail we came across the Jack and Jill windmill, here ...