Delightful flint cottage sleeping five guests, located in the picturesque Motcombe Village area of Eastbourne, and near to the South Downs National Park and Eastbourne seafront
Active family or friends, with the dog in tow too, will fit right in with this perfect blend of contemporary and historical. This lovely cottage spreads over three floors, inviting you to socialise and dine in an open-plan living space, and retire upstairs in comfort. Enjoy either village life, with its historic pub and independent shops, or the vibrant town centre and beach, just a mile away. Step out of the front door and decide each day whether it’s the beach, some retail therapy or an invigorating walk.
The clever design of the cottage brings you together to enjoy anecdotes and memories, and to plan each day - yet you can easily relax in your own space. From the large kitchen table, choose to step up to comfy sofas or step out on to the patio area for a morning coffee or evening drink. Plenty of light floods through the windows to accentuate the light tones and wood flooring which harmonise with the exposed cobbled wall, wooden beams and wood burner - retaining the character and charm of this delightful flint cottage. Please note that both rooms on the top floor, reached via a cottage-style staircase, have sloping ceilings and reduced head-height.
Set in the oldest village of Eastbourne, you choose the pace of each fun day. Stay local to explore Motcombe park and lake, visit Manor Gardens, and refuel at the 12th-century pub or one of the independent cafes. Eastbourne town centre offers a vibrant shopping experience, theatre and Towner Art Gallery, and down on the 3-mile wide shingle beach you can explore the Lifeboat Museum and historic Wish Tower. It also has a charming Victorian pier. And when you need to clear the mind and be at one with nature, scenic Birling Gap is a joyful 2-mile walk.