Sea Beach House Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

39-40 Marine Parade
Eastbourne
East Sussex
England
BN22 7AY

Sea Beach House Hotel, Eastbourne

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Situated on the seafront just yards from the beach and within easy reach of the town theatres and pier; this is the only grade 2 listed seafront accommodation in Eastbourne. Sea Beach House Hotel is a family-run hotel that offers a warm welcome with a relaxing atmosphere. All of the rooms are tastefully decorated and are equipped with an en suite bathroom or shower.

Complimentary tray television and radio alarm are standard features of the guest rooms.

 3 star rating

From: £32.00


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