Stylishly updated Victorian property, is an ideal base for family seaside holidays, located minutes from the seafront and within easy access of South Downs National Park.
This traditional terraced property is the ideal spot for a family looking for an outdoorsy seaside retreat. Sleeping five (with an additional pull-out bed if needed), this house ideally accommodates two parents and up to four children or extended family members.
Entering the property via two steps and heading straight into the living room, you’ll find a cosy hub where you can fire up the wood burner and watch TV together at the end of a fun day of walking. This open-plan living space also has a large dining table to the rear, so you can dine sociably whilst discussing your plans for the day ahead. Enjoy a spot of breakfast on the private patio with a small outdoor dining set. On the first floor of the property, you’ll find two bedrooms and a family bathroom, creating a superb spot for kids to bunk down. A twin room comfortably sleeps two, and a single bedroom offers a pull-out mattress for the perfect sleepover spot. Sneaking up to the second floor via a cottage-style staircase, the king-size bedroom with sloping ceilings and reduced head-height in the eaves, provides a private haven for weary parents.
Half a mile into the village of Meads, you’ll find a handful of pubs, restaurants and independent shops, as well as a small local supermarket. During your trip, you’ll be staying just over 300 meters from Holywell Beach, which is a quieter and more laid-back alternative to the busy beach at Eastbourne. You’ll also be located on the very edge of the South Downs National Park, which boasts some of the most remarkable coastal views in the country, and is only 2 miles from the iconic Beachy Head – the vistas from atop the chalky cliffs here will be a childhood memory that kids cherish from this summer holiday.