|The house was originally a bed and breakfast style guest house back in the 1960's, it is arranged over 6 split level floors. There are 4 bedrooms in total, 3 are together on one floor and one on the floor above in the loft. The games room makes another double or twin bedroom in the basement,
Family bedroom has a kingsize bed, a pull out sofa bed (sleeps 2 children) and an ensuite shower room with toilet.
There is a twin room (with 2 single beds) and 2 other double rooms (with double beds). There is a family bathroom in the loft and a family shower room down near the kitchen, a further toilet is on the floor with the majority of bedrooms and the ensuite in the family room.
There is a large fully equipped kitchen diner with all mod cons – range cooker, dishwasher, American fridge freezer. There is enough cutlery, crockery and utensils for everyone with dining seats for 12 guests plus 2 highchairs for little ones.
The games room has table football, board games, toys and a games console, so along with the free WiFi even the most hard to please children will be entertained.
We have a utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board etc.
There is a large lounge with curved screen tv for better viewing, sky sports and movie channels, a selection of books and dvds for those wanting to relax and unwind. It also has an adults games area with poker, roulette, chess, backgammon etc.
The sun trap courtyard garden is perfect for alfresco dining, with table and enough seating for 12.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. We have bowls available for them to use.
Towels and linen are provided along with some welcome provisions.
On street parking with no restrictions is available for free on the roads around the house.
The town centre has some lovely restaurants and a whole host of different shops from small independent boutiques to large department stores. If you are looking for some culture there is the very contemporary Towner art gallery, four theatres plus the interesting Redoubt Fortress and the Bandstand which have events running all year round. If active pursuits are more your thing you cannot beat this area for walking, cycling and watersports, again there are numerous sporting events that take place throughout the year. (details can be found in welcome pack and leaflets in the house) If there is not enough to keep you occupied in the town then the bustling bright lights of Brighton and historic Hastings are both only 30 minutes away.
We live nearby so will arrange to meet you at the property to show you around and answer any questions that you may have. You will then be able to enjoy the property without interruption, we are available by phone or email 7 days a week if you need any advice or help.
George's is less than a 10 minute drive from Eastbournes mainline railway station. Taxis are always available from directly outside the Station.
There are bus routes within close walking distance on the A259 and B2106.
Being so close to the seafront means there is a whole host of attractions and amenities very close by. The Pavillion is a stylish café offering afternoon teas, light lunches and a hot or cold beverage. It is also home of the new free exhibition 'Living On The Edge' open Mar-Nov 2017. Treasure Island is a short walk away offering a pirate themed adventure park with both indoor & outdoor attractions including adventure mini golf open til late in the summer.
There are numerous hotels closeby which offer meals to non residents. The Langham for afternoon tea or a Sunday roast is a particular favourite.
Stagecoach run a dotto train service along the entire seafront promenade during the summer months. The two trains run between Holywell and the Sovereign Harbour, stopping at the following points along the way:
Wish Tower Slopes, Eastbourne Pier, Treasure Island, Fort Fun & Sovereign Centre. All day tickets available.
Or you can journey across the spectacular South Downs Way and see some of Eastbourne's top attractions in an open top bus with commentary. Discover Eastbourne's history, stunning views of Beachy Head and the natural history of the South Downs.
You can hop on hop off to see the sights, stops include Redoubt Fortress, Cuckmere Haven, Beachy Head and Birling Gap.
Buses run every 30 minutes, (from April 2017).