Lounge with original Victorian feature fireplace
Original Victorian feature fireplace
Contemporary dining area
Cook up a storm in the kitchen
King-size bedroom
Twin bedroom
Bathroom with walk-in shower
Seaside themes throughout
Courtyard garden
Towards the property
1 / 10  Lounge with original Victorian feature fireplace
2 / 10  Original Victorian feature fireplace
3 / 10  Contemporary dining area
4 / 10  Cook up a storm in the kitchen
5 / 10  King-size bedroom
6 / 10  Twin bedroom
7 / 10  Bathroom with walk-in shower
8 / 10  Seaside themes throughout
9 / 10  Courtyard garden
10 / 10  Towards the property

Beach Hut

Eastbourne, Sussex
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
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

  • Victorian terraced cottage sleeping four guests
  • Attractive patio garden with table and chairs
  • Lovingly styled accommodation with thoughtful attention to detail
  • Located just a five-minute walk to the beach
  • Situated just one mile to the east of Eastbourne town centre and the famous Victorian pier
  • Just moments away from Princes Park, with its playground, splash pad, lake, and tennis courts
Property code: EHC31

Victorian cottage located just one mile from Eastbourne’s town centre, just a few minutes’ walk from the seafront, beach, and the town’s popular Princes Park.

This property is located in a pleasant area of Eastbourne, within an easy five-minute walk of the seafront. Almost directly opposite the property, visitors will find Princes Park, a wonderful place to spend an afternoon wandering the formal gardens, having fun on the boating lake, and playing in the children’s play areas and seasonal splash pad. Next to the park is a fantastic water sports centre which offers instruction in a number of activities including windsurfing, powerboating, and stand-up paddle boarding. Other attractions within easy reach of the property include the Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway, the town’s Victorian pier, and the South Downs National Park.

Upon arrival at this property, guests will first come to the attractive, light-filled lounge. This room has maintained some of the period details of the cottage, including the bay window and the original tiled fireplace. There are comfortable sofas on which to relax and unwind, perhaps while catching up with a favourite programme on the TV. A separate dining room is equally as well-finished as the lounge and offers a dining table seating four, as well as another original fireplace, as well as a selection of books and games for guests to enjoy. The kitchen is a sleek, contemporary space which is equipped to a high standard with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine. Upstairs there are two bedrooms: a king-size room and a twin. The bathroom can also be found on the first floor and offers a bath, separate shower, and WC. Conveniently, there is also another separate WC just next to the bathroom.

Outside, there is a good-sized patio garden to the rear of the property, which has a decked seating area with table and chairs, making it ideal for enjoying al fresco dining. There is unrestricted roadside parking in front of the property.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • 2 bedrooms: 1 king-size and 1 twin
  • Bathroom with bath, shower and WC, plus additional WC
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Kitchen - oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electric, and heating included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Roadside parking
  • Pubs, shops, and beach within walking distance

This property is personally managed by Julie.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Samantha 13th November 2017

The house was clean and well appointed, and everything worked well. There was plenty of space in each of the rooms, the double bedroom was really big. It was a good base for exploring the area. Even though it was street parking we always got to park near to the house. I would definitely recommend this house.

Reviewed by Lynda 5th October 2017

Well appointed comfortable clean spacious house, it suited our requirements perfectly. Easy access to Princes Park and seafront and easy walking distance to pubs and restaurants, would certainly use it again.

Reviewed by Mrs H. McMinigal 29th May 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay - excellent location too. The house had everything you could desire and everything of first class quality. Nice touch leaving starter tea, coffee etc., welcome , and lovely fresh flowers. As we got seven days glorious sunshine would require a parasol for back patio which was a great sun trap. Would highly recommend.

Reviewed by Gillian Barley 18th April 2017

Just returned from a super stay at Beach Hut and are keen to go back. The house was spotlessly clean (no unnecessary nick nacks!), parking was never an issue, the neighbours were friendly and the location suited us perfectly. Lovely walks to town and Sovereign Harbour and easy access to the beautiful park and beach for the pooch. Highly recommendedRead more. Thank you. Hide

Reviewed by Haighton 30th March 2017

A lovely property bright and spacious rooms. Close to beach and local shops. The weather was perfect when we stayed in March 2017. We enjoyed the walk along the seafront to Eastbourne town centre and the Marina which took us 45 minutes to walk both ways with our dog. Definitely use this company again

Reviewed by Jason 23rd November 2016

What a wonderful place to stay for an elongated weekend with friends. Very nice decor, shops and beach very close, town centre a 10 minute drive or 30 minute walk. We will be booking again.

Reviewed by Denise 28th October 2016

We stayed in the Beach Hut, lovely house could of had a few extras in the kitchen area , a guest book would of been nice and also holiday leaflets for the surrounding area .5mins to walk to the beach, very convenient that at bottom of the road is a local co op and a Tesco express. Takeaway food shops as well. Great location, we were visiting our daRead moreughter in Brighton which took around fourth minutes. Hide

Reviewed by Linda Dixon 12th October 2016

Lovely little house, great location. Nice and clean, could do with a few more pieces of cookware, only two saucepans. Would definitely stay again

Reviewed by Ray 24th September 2016

What a perfect location! We traveled from America to visit my mother in law for her 90th birthday. We stayed for a couple of weeks. My son and his girlfriend traveled with us. The Beach Hut was perfect for us. Close to shops and the beach and only a 2 minute walk from my mother in law's house. The house is spacious with comfortable beds and furnituRead morere. It was obvious it has recently been remodeled. The kitchen is very nice. The back garden is a nice place to enjoy the Eastbourne sun. We will rent again for sure. Hide

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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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