Budget Friendly Accommodation near Grand Parade beach

Eastbourne Reymar

BN22 7BS, Eastbourne, 2-4 Cambridge Road

This family-run B&B offers free high-speed WiFi, and a warm, friendly, family atmosphere. The Eastbourne Reymar has a guest lounge with board games, books, a Freeview TV and DVD player provided. Some of the rooms... read more

269 reviews 8.9
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£ 30.00

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17 Wilmington Square

BN21 4EA, Eastbourne, 17, Wilmington Square

A short walk from the city centre and only 50 metres from Eastbourne seafront, this family-run B&B offers rooms with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Set in an elegant Victorian townhouse, it features free on-site... read more

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£ 69.30

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Da Vinci Eastbourne

BN21 4BQ, Eastbourne, 9 - 10 Howard Square

Rooms at the Da Vinci have been designed to celebrate the work of artists ranging from Kandinsky to Monet and Rothko to Klimt. The rooms have all been refurbished and redecorated to a very high... read more

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£ 35.00

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Cromwell House

BN21 3EJ, Eastbourne, 23 Cavendish Place

Situated just off the seafront, 4 minutes' walk from the town centre, Cromwell House is a Grade II Listed Victorian guest house with free Wi-Fi in public areas. Eastbourne Pier is 100 metres from the... read more

211 reviews 8.2
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£ 30.00

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Loriston Guest House

BN22 7AS, Eastbourne, 17 St Aubyns Road

The Loriston is an award-winning guest house, situated in a quiet area only 40 metres from the beach. The superior suites have a super and king-sized beds. The bright airy bedrooms all have en-suite shower... read more

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£ 58.75

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Ebor Lodge

BN22 7AQ, Eastbourne, 71 Royal Parade

On Eastbourne seafront, Ebor Lodge offers well-appointed rooms and a full breakfast menu. This East Sussex guest house has free Wi-Fi and is within 15 minutes’ walk of the Royal Hippodrome Theatre and the town’s... read more

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£ 42.00

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Arden Guest House

BN21 4AR, Eastbourne, 17 Burlington Place

A 1-minute walk from Eastbourne seafront, Arden Guest House offers well-appointed rooms just off Grand Parade. This East Sussex guest house provides free WiFi and a traditional English breakfast. Each room at Arden Guest House... read more

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£ 68.00

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The NICHE

BN20 9JA, Eastbourne, 10 Tas Combe Way

Set in Eastbourne, 6 km from Eastbourne Pier, and Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park reachable within 8 km, The NICHE offers a shared lounge, a garden and free WiFi. All units come with a... read more

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£ 135.00

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Where should you stay ?


Ravilious- offering great views of the Devonshire Park, this cheap B&B is situated in the vibrant cultural quarter of the Eastbourne resort. This welcoming Victorian house is an elegant boutique bed and breakfast stay providing access to reasonably priced rooms that come with free Wi-Fi internet access.

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Bassets House ensures free nearby parking and free internet. It is only a short walk from the pier, and offers great sea views and a great selection of breakfasts. Devonia has a very friendly owner and it is conveniently located right on the seafront. This gorgeous Victorian property is very close to the pier and the shopping area.

Near to the pub Victoria, the Breakers Guest House is all about fantastic views of Eastbourne, delicious breakfasts, great beds and an overall nice play to sleep in. Situated opposite the famous pebble beach, the Pebble Beach B&B ensures a superior level of comfort and lets its guests say in spacious, modern, fully furnished guest rooms.

If by any chance you are looking for utterly amazing b&b’s and hotels located in Eastbourne, as close to the Congress Theatre as possible, you should know that you have a miles long list of options at your disposal: The Congress Hotel, The Sheldon, The Ellesmere, The Berkeley Guest House and Sea Beach House are only a few top picks, appreciated for their large, bright family rooms and amazing views.

Why Spend Your Holiday in Eastbourne, UK ?


Eastbourne is a borough, a big town and a renowned seaside resort located in East Sussex. It displays an overcrowded seafront beautified by numerous Victorian hotels, a delightful pier and a military museum and fort dating from the Napoleonic era. Eastbourne comprises the territory of four distinctive hamlets unified in 1800 by the Duke of Devonshire.

Stroll along the Victorian boardwalk and take in the sights and sounds. Nearby Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters is famous for its dramatic white cliffs. During the summer months you can enjoy water activities such as water-skiing, surfing and sailing.

At this point, this remarkable area has an ever-growing population and a sound economy mostly based on different industries and tourism. Eastbourne counts numerous cultural landmarks, displaying 4 giant theatres owned by the town council, including the Royal Hippodrome Theatre, the Congress Theatre and the Devonshire Park Theatre. The latter one manages to impress most of its visitors due to its sophisticated Victorian architecture and tasteful interior adornments.

Eastbourne is not your typical resort whose main attraction is represented by its storefront. On the contrary, this town takes pride in various gardens and large parks hiding a great variety of facilities, including a rugby club, football courts, a big lake, tennis courts, lakeside cafes, playgrounds for children and more.

On top of that, Eastbourne also invites you to get to know its networking of cheap bed and breakfast options allowing you to eat, sleep and relax like a member of the royal family without spending a fortune on your self-indulgent treatment.

The famous Congress Theatre, the lovely beach and University of Brighton campus are within easy reach of most establishments.

Train Station


Main railway station ?

The primary rail station is Eastbourne Railway Station, served by trains operated by Southern railway operating company.

There are frequent train services to Brighton and Bexhill, Hastings and Ashford International (for Eurostar rail services). There is also a direct rail connection with London Victoria train and coach station, located in the City of Westminster district.

Location – Where is


Where is Eastbourne ?

The resort town of Eastbourne is a seaside retreat located in the south-eastern of England, in the county of East Sussex.

The capital city of London is less than 70 miles away.

Distance to


Tourists and visitors flying to Eastbourne have several options.

Nearest airports are located around London, with Gatwick international being the closest one. Several cheap hotels and b&b’s can be found nearby Gatwick airport.

Search for the best rated and cheapest b&b’s at this Victorian seaside resort, situated at the eastern end of the South Downs alongside the famous Beachy Head cliff.

University of Brighton in Eastbourne


The University of Brighton facility in the seaside town of Eastbourne is a leading multi-campus University. The UNI complex is located to the west of the town center (1 mile away).

Address : Hillbrow, Denton Road, Eastbourne BN20 7SR, United Kingdom

Must See Attractions and Sights


Beachy Head

(Beachy Head, Beachy Head Road, Eastbourne BN20 7YA, England)

Famous white cliffs. See the famous Beachy Head Lighthouse, as well wonderful views of the coast running along towards Hastings.

Sovereign Harbour Marina

(A259 Pevensey Bay Road, East Sussex England UK)

Large man made and modern marina development with a variety of nice places to eat, waterfront coffee bars and some shops.

Towner

(Devonshire Park, College Road, BN21 4JJ England)

Local art gallery housed in an impressive building.

Congress Theatre

(Carlisle Road BN21 4BP)

The congress theatre is one of 3 theatres in town. Other theatres are Devonshire Park Theatre and Royal Hippodrome Theatre.

Devonshire Park Centre

(Compton Street, Eastbourne BN21 4BP, East Sussex England UK)

Town’s main Conference and Theatre venue. The theatre here is lovely and full of character.

Museum of Shops

(20 Cornfield Terrace, BN21 4NS, United Kingdom)

Great museum displaying 100 years of shopping history. Very interesting.