200-year old traditional fishermen’s cottage located just 200 yards from the seafront in the Meads Village area of Eastbourne, with a choice of pubs, restaurants, and shops right on the doorstep.
This property is located just a short walk from the seafront in the Meads Village area of Eastbourne. The beach at this side of town is quieter than the town’s main beach and has a more laid-back feel to it, and is backed on one side by pretty Italian-style gardens. There is a thriving community in Meads Village, and there is a good choice of shops, restaurants, and pubs just a few minutes from the property’s front door. Eastbourne town centre is just a mile’s walk along the seafront, or a short bus journey away, and offers a traditional beach with beach hut hire, the lovingly restored Victorian pier, and seaside shops.
The owners have thoughtfully styled this cottage to create a wonderfully restful retreat for two. On arrival, guests first come to the lounge, a lovely light room with a warming gas fire, comfortable sofa which can convert to a bed if required, a vintage-style dresser, and a TV. From the lounge, a door leads through to the kitchen which is another pleasant light-filled space, offering an oven, gas hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer. The washing machine, meanwhile, can be found housed in a separate utility shed to the rear of the property. A doors opens onto steep, turned stairs, which take guest to the first floor accommodation. Here, guests will find a restful king-size room with wrought iron bedstead, stripped wooden floors, cosy rugs, and a wardrobe. Also on the first floor is the spacious bathroom which offers a bath with handheld shower along with a power shower over and WC.
Outside, there is a pretty, enclosed courtyard garden to the rear of the property where guests will find a table and chairs, perfect for enjoying al fresco drinks whilst taking in the sea air. There is roadside parking close to the house for which a permit for one car is supplied.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.