The Mowbray

Guest Accommodation in Eastbourne, East Sussex

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2 Lascelles Terrace
East Sussex
BN21 4BJ

The Mowbray, Eastbourne

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The AA's Friendliest B and B in Eastbourne 2009. The Mowbray is one of only 20 AA Guest Accommodations in the UK selected from 4,000 establishments to reach the final of the AA's Friendliest Landlady of the Year Award 2009 Lift All Front facing rooms Bar and Lounge Theatre Breaks Christmas Package Free parking vouchers. The Mowbray is an elegant Early-Edwardian Town House located in the heart of Eastbourne's theatreland and a stones throw away from the beach, conference facilities and the famous Devonshire Park Tennis Club.

The keynote of a stay is the high standard of service from Darren and Laura who aim to go the extra mile to ensure guests are well looked after, providing such services as a bed turn-down.As well as the usual amenities, all rooms have flat screen TVs and DVD players with a library of 200+ titles to choose from.A spacious lounge offers a comfortable area to relax and theres a stylish new bar overlooking the theatre. In the well-presented dining room, an ample home-cooked menu is provided for diners in the evening and breakfast offers a variety of options for all tastes, as does the room service breakfast.THE MOWBRAY VALUE THE EXPERIENCE, EXPERIENCE THE VALUE

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