Birling Gap is part of the headland that characterises Eastbourne’s coastline; its the soft, chalky soil that keeps the cliffs a startling white. Right at the cliff top, you’ll find The National Trust’s visitor shop and cafe, which is an excellent place to have a break.
The pebbly beach below is an ideal spot to have a picnic and explore the rock pools. You can take in the unique chalk platforms and piles of fallen cliff rock. If you fancy a stroll, you can walk from the beach to the Belle Tout neolithic enclosure. This offers 500 acres of downland, an endangered chalk hills habitat.
It’s well worth visiting nearby Beachy Head, with its iconic lighthouse and stunning vista while you’re in the area too. For an entertaining evening out, do consider attending a performance at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre.
Church View Cottage is located in the downland village of East Dean, within a short walk of local amenities, the famous Tiger Inn, a Thai Restaurant and village tea rooms. There are some lovely walks over part of The South Downs Way, and up the hill towards Friston …see more
Hill Side is a spacious detached house with 3 bedrooms. The location is in a quiet lane situated in the pretty village of East Dean. The property is ideal for a family and has off street parking, and gardens at the rear, ideal for alfresco dining. Lovely views ove …see more
This beautifully presented apartment is located in the village of East Dean one of the beautiful South Downs villagers. East Dean is a pretty village with a local pub on the green offering home cooked food, Hikers Rest Tea Rooms, and a Thai Restaurant 100 yards from …see more
An attractive detached character property located in the rural hamlet of East Dean and surrounded by gardens and grounds of approximately one acre and also with a heated swimming pool and pool house.The Spinney is a superb base for those that love walking, relaxing, swi …see more
This beautiful four-bedroom Exclusively Eastbourne holiday home is set in an acre of private, well-maintained gardens, with its own heated swimming pool (May-Sep).
Nestled on the edge of the idyllic village of East Dean, the gateway to the South Downs National Park and …see more
The Cottage at Friston Down is a delightful three-bedroom annexe to a larger house - set within beautifully maintained, expansive gardens and with shared use of a swimming pool.
This Exclusively Eastbourne cottage has its own private entrance and is set over two floors …see more
Location, location, location! This newly refurbished annexe is just off the seafront and moments from a pathway leading to the South Downs.
Great for beach breaks and serious hiking, this one-bedroom, Exclusively Eastbourne hideaway is also just a few minutes walk f …see more
This bright and homely three storey terraced house is located in the peaceful Meads Village, Eastbourne, only minutes walk from the beach. With two triple and one double bedroom (with en-suite), the house comfortably sleeps 8, with a rear patio area allowing for Al Fres …see more
Kent House is an imposing building that used to be a 'school for gentleman'. Now converted into spacious apartments, it is ideally located on a leafy street just off the seafront in the desirable Meads area of Eastbourne.
The shops, cafes and pubs of Meads village are …see more