Hotels in Eastbourne

Whatever the weather in Eastbourne, this UK seaside resort is packed with popular attractions to enjoy on your next short break. Families will love outdoor activities in Eastbourne at spots like Treasure Island and Fort Fun, while culture-lovers won’t want to miss exploring top places to visit in Eastbourne like the Towner Art Gallery and Eastbourne Redoubt. Plus, with the famous Eastbourne Pier and Eastbourne Beach nearby – ideal for family days out – it’s easy to see why Eastbourne holidays are so popular. Whenever you decide to visit the scenic southeast coast, our hotels in Eastbourne will be waiting to welcome you with free Wi-Fi, great-value family meals and luxurious Hypnos beds.

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Places like Eastbourne

Take a look at our hotels in Hastings and our hotels in Brighton.

Extend your next UK short break and visit other places like Eastbourne nearby. Our Hastings hotels are just a 45-minute drive away and ideal for family holidays in the UK, while our hotels in Brighton are only an hour’s drive west of Eastbourne, and close to top UK attractions like Brighton Pier. 

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Things to do in Eastbourne

Visit top Eastbourne attractions

Eastbourne is home to some of the UK’s most famous natural landmarks, so you can look forward to some exciting outdoor activities throughout short breaks in Eastbourne. Explore top sites like Beachy Head, the Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters cliffs on Eastbourne walking trails, before visiting popular historic attractions like the Eastbourne Redoubt fortress.

Sit back and relax on a beach

Everyone loves to be beside the seaside on UK holidays, and you’ll have three main beaches in Eastbourne to choose from throughout your short break. Enjoy days out with the kids at Eastbourne Beach, soak up the unforgettable rocky landscape at the scenic Birling Gap Beach, and if you’re planning romantic breaks in Eastbourne, then the quieter Holywell Retreat is a must visit.

Enjoy days out with the kids

There’s plenty to keep all ages entertained on family days out in Eastbourne. Enjoy family activities and exciting train rides at the Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park, before visiting the Fort Fun park or the popular Treasure Island – one of the top things to do with the kids in Eastbourne. The famous Drusilla’s Park zoo is just a 20-minute drive away from Eastbourne, too! 

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What are the nearest train stations to Eastbourne?

Both Eastbourne train station and Hampden Park train station are just a 10-minute drive away from Eastbourne Beach, so getting around Eastbourne couldn’t be easier throughout your short break away.

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What are the nearest beaches to explore in Eastbourne?

Eastbourne Beach is the main resort beach in this popular seaside town – it runs from Eastbourne Pier to the Martello Wish Tower, so you’ll have a long stretch of beach to explore on holidays in Eastbourne.

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What type of beaches does Eastbourne have?

Beaches in Eastbourne are mostly shingle, and visiting these family-friendly beaches is always one of the most popular activities in Eastbourne. Visiting Eastbourne Beach is a must for family days out, and the small, picturesque Holywell Retreat is ideal for romantic breaks in Eastbourne. Plus, for scenery-lovers, the beach at Birling Gap next to the Seven Sisters is unmissable.

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How many beaches are there in Eastbourne?

The three main beaches near Eastbourne are Eastbourne Beach, which is a top UK beach for families, the smaller Holywell Retreat Beach next to the Italian Gardens, and Birling Gap Beach next to the chalky Seven Sisters cliffs. 

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What are the best places to eat in Eastbourne?

After stopping for a tea or coffee at one of the many great places to eat in Eastbourne throughout the day, refuel in the evenings at one of our popular Eastbourne restaurants. Enjoy great-value meals at our Table Table in Polegate, or why not visit our Thyme restaurant in Eastbourne town centre? 

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What are the best things to do in Eastbourne at night?

From nightclubs to cocktail classes, there’s plenty of fun things to do in Eastbourne in the evenings. Don’t miss out on seeing live performances at the waterfront Eastbourne Bandstand on the Grand Parade or seeing shows at the Congress Theatre. 

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What family friendly activities can you do in Eastbourne?

You’ll find all kinds of things to do with the kids in Eastbourne. Enjoy family activities at the Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park and spend fun family days out at popular attractions in Eastbourne like Fort Fun and Treasure Island. Drusilla’s Park is just a 20-minute drive away from Eastbourne Pier, too, and one of the most popular places to visit in East Sussex. 

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What outdoor activities can you do in Eastbourne?

Holidays in Eastbourne are all about exploring the great outdoors. Visit famous UK landmarks like the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs, Birling Gap and Beachy Head, before discovering top historic attractions like the Eastbourne Redoubt fortress. Plus, with golf clubs galore in this seaside resort, sport-lovers will have plenty to keep them entertained, or why not enjoy cycling or walking trails in Eastbourne?

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What indoor activities can you do in Eastbourne?

Come rain or shine, short breaks in Eastbourne have something to keep everyone entertained. Visit popular museums and galleries in Eastbourne like the Towner Art Gallery and the Eastbourne Lifeboat Museum, or catch live shows in Eastbourne at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre. Plus, if you’re planning a spa weekend in Eastbourne, you’ll have some relaxing spas to choose from.

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