Southcroft

A Hotel in Eastbourne, East Sussex

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

15 South Cliff Avenue
Eastbourne
East Sussex
England
BN20 7AH

Southcroft, Eastbourne

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Friendly, family run small guest house, great position near to the western promenade, theatres, south downs and only a short walk to shopping area. All Non-SMOKING well equipped rooms with good home cooking. B and B and Half Board available.

Free on street parking. All rooms en-suite, equipped to a high standard with toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers, shoe cleaning and remote controlled colour TV. Free Wireless Broadband.

4 star rating

From: £57.12


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