Cosy lounge in this charming cottage in the town centre
Light-filled dining room with feature fireplace
Seating for four
Open staircase to the first floor
Everything to hand in the kitchen
Pretty master bedroomon the top floor
Single bedroom
Spacious family bathroom
Relax in the courtyard garden
View of the row of cottages to the front
1 / 10  Cosy lounge in this charming cottage in the town centre
2 / 10  Light-filled dining room with feature fireplace
3 / 10  Seating for four
4 / 10  Open staircase to the first floor
5 / 10  Everything to hand in the kitchen
6 / 10  Pretty master bedroomon the top floor
7 / 10  Single bedroom
8 / 10  Spacious family bathroom
9 / 10  Relax in the courtyard garden
10 / 10  View of the row of cottages to the front

Artizan Cottage

Eastbourne, Sussex
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Traditional terrace cottage with easy access to amenities
  • 19th century property with period features
  • Sunny patio garden with table and chairs
  • Situated in a quiet, pedestrian terrace
  • Just a short walk to the station, seafront, and Victorian pier
  • Located in the Little Chelsea area of Eastbourne, which is featured as the third "most happening neighbourhood in the UK" in the Sunday Times
Property code: EHC06

Pretty terraced cottage located in the Little Chelsea area of Eastbourne, an area known for its large range of interesting independent shops and eateries.

This property is situated in the quirky Little Chelsea area of Eastbourne, close to the main town centre and just a fifteen-minute walk from the beach. Little Chelsea is the artisan area of the town and prides itself on offering a good range of independent shops which are a world away from the usual high-street offerings. There is also a fantastic choice of coffee shops, restaurants, and bars all within a few minutes’ walk of the property. Those who enjoy spending time in the outdoors will love the fact that The South Downs National Park lies just to the west of the town, with Beachy Head easily accessible by a rewarding two-mile down-land walk.

A brick archway off the High Street leads down a path to the front door of this cottage, which opens directly into the property’s cosy lounge/diner. This homely room is a fantastic space in which to relax and offers a comfortable sofa and chair for relaxing in front of the TV, and a dining area with table with seating four and an attractive original Victorian fireplace. Towards the rear, a door leads through to the kitchen where guests will find an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washing machine, perfect for those who to prefer to cook at home. Steep turned stairs lead from the lounge to the first floor where the first of the property’s two bedrooms is located. This is a restful single room. The contemporary bathroom is also on this floor and offers a shower over bath and WC. A further set of steep stairs leads up to the main bedroom, a pleasant double room with plenty of storage space.

Outside, accessed through the kitchen, there is a sunny rear patio with garden furniture, providing a delightful space to enjoy al fresco drinks and meals. There is restricted roadside parking to the front of the property for which a permit for one car is provided.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 single (sleeps 2+1) 
  • Bathroom with shower-over-bath and WC
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Kitchen - oven, hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Restricted roadside parking, permit provided
  • Pubs, shops, and beach within walking distance

This property is personally managed by Julie.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Miika 10th September 2019

Very cozy and nicely sized cottage in a perfect spot at the center of Eastbourne. Restaurants, pubs, shops and public transport are all within a short walking distance but the location of the house is still very quiet and peaceful (except for the city hall bell). The cottage was very suitable for our stay for the week and really good value for the Read moremoney. Perfect "base camp" to explore South-East England from. Hide

Reviewed by Karl 24th August 2019

Very disappointed and we were overcharged for our stay.

Reviewed by Paul 17th August 2019

Great location close to shops and amenities and quite cosy interior. Bedrooms are compact but adequate and the beds quite comfortable, it is possible to get good nights sleep The stairs will be an issue for any but the fit and healthy they are steep and narrow

Reviewed by Valerie 21st July 2019

This was our first holiday with our dog and we were not disappointed. Eastbourne is an extremely dog friendly place and we were warmly welcomed in so many places. Lovely walks along the prom, Beachy Head was glorious, Birling Gap too. The weather that week was fantastic so we were lucky.

Reviewed by MADELEINE 13th July 2019

A lovely cottage in a quieter area of Eastbourne. I had a problem with the shower leaking everywhere. The bathroom could do with updating because of the inefficient shower.

Reviewed by Nicky 24th December 2018

The main issue with this holiday cottage is its location. There is extremely limited parking out on a main road that does not guarantee a parking space and if you do get one, unloading and loading is not that easy but then again I am a single parent with two boys and two dogs. Very clean and welcoming. Good heating. TV signal poor.

Reviewed by Rosemary 20th October 2018

Lovely relaxing cottage.

Reviewed by Regina Rothe 2nd October 2016

We spend a wonderful week in this comfortable cottage and actually didn't want to leave, felt really at home and did not miss anything. So we really recommend this accommodation if you are looking for a relaxed time in and around Eastbourne.

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

Eastbourne is a bustling seaside resort on the south coast of England. It has been a popular British holiday destination since Victorian times. The town’s attractive pier and promenade is still a major draw for visitors in search of a traditional seaside experience – you can enjoy a long, level stroll along the sea front whilst enjoying an ice cream or some fish and chips. The pebble beach is a good place to park a deckchair and take in the sun, or paddle in the sea. Great for family breaks and as a romantic getaway, the town has much to offer all visitors. The South Downs Way starts in town and extends 100 miles eastwards to Winchester – one of the first stops on the National Trail are the imposing chalk cliffs of the iconic Beachy Head, a few miles to the east of town. Eastbourne is a big hit with train enthusiasts as it’s home to the Spa Valley Railway and the Miniature Steam Railway. Historians may like Redoubt Fort and The Observatory Science Museum (in nearby Herstmonceux). For all-weather attractions for children why not investigate Fort Fun or the indoor Motcombe Swimming Pool? Further afield, and within a one-hour drive to the west is Brighton, with its own pier, wonderful array of shops and eateries. To the west is Bexhill-on-Sea with its impressive art gallery, the De La Warr Pavillion, and long seafront. Just beyond is the old fishing town of Hastings with its new award-winning designer pier, ancient castle and fishing shanty town.

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