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The historic Lansdowne Hotel is situated on the superb seafront in an elegant terrace overlooking the gardens around the tower and out to sea. Rooms can be booked with a sea view or land view (the land view rooms are at a discounted rate). The hotel offers all the charm of a bygone era with large lounges and a restaurant overlooking the sea.
The Lansdowne Hotel in Eastbourne combines the elegance of the Victorian age with every modern facility. The Hotel occupies a premier position on the majestic seafront overlooking the Western Lawns and Wish Tower with superb views of Beachy Head. The hotel features, include elegant lounges facing the sea, the attractive Regency Bar, two snooker and games rooms.
It is also ideally situated for golf holidays, being close to no less than 3 first-class golf courses, plus 200 acres of parks and gardens. At the Lansdowne all rooms offer modern facilities to ensure a pleasant stay. However the superior rooms are South Facing with sea views, more spacious and include bottled water, fruit bowl and additional toiletries.
Eastbourne is perfectly located to visit the many visitor attractions located across the South Downs, 1066 Country and the Sussex countryside. Many indoor and outdoor visitor attractions within the resort also offer plenty of family fun, local history and entertainment.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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