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The Arden Guest House The Arden Hotel family guest house is a well presented 4-star guesthouse bed and breakfast with classical Victorian looks and eight bedrooms offering Bed and Breakfast (B & B). We are a quality, family-run establishment and our aim is to offer great value for money with first class personal service in one of the most comfortable hotels in Eastbourne.

Situated just off the sea front in the heart of the delightful English resort of Eastbourne on the sunny south coast of East Sussex - here you will always find just what you need when you look for the greatest value accommodation Eastbourne Hotels can offer - an Eastbourne Hotel like the Arden really does have it all! Eastbourne East Sussex is in traditional Victorian style with three miles of Promenade, Theatres, gardens, Pier & Bandstand and a great shopping centre with major shops.

This excellent example of Guest Houses Eastbourne is situated 90 minutes by train from central London and 70 miles by car from the Dover ferries and Channel Tunnel.
Highlights

read more › All our guest rooms have flat screen, satellite television, tea and coffee making facilities. All are ensuite. Regularly decorated and upgraded, we offer a selection of doubles (1 large bed), twin (2 single beds) and one single. For those wishing to book as single person, we offer room discount pricing. We have one family room plus additional family options and 2 rooms available for those wishing to bring their family pets. It is advisable to phone 01323 639639 to ask us about your particular requirements.

read more › Ideally positioned being only 50 metres from the sea front, two minutes walk from the theatres and Devonshire Park (tennis) and within five minutes of the town centre and restaurants. There are plenty of traditional English Pubs too. The Arden is an 8 bedroom hotel/guest house. Situated in the traditional Victorian district of Eastbourne. As a small family run business, we believe we are able to offer a level of friendly service, attention and flexibility that you don't always find elsewhere. Free Wi-fi throughout the hotel plus free use of a workstation at reception.

read more › The light and airy Breakfast Room is furnished country style and offers a wide selection. Try our hearty traditional English of grilled herby sausage, bacon, eggs, fresh tomato, mushroom, fried bread using sunflower oil and beans in tomato sauce. Or alternatively have the lighter scrambled or poached eggs. Our euro-style option includes cheeses, hams and other sliced meats. For the health conscious, there is always a choice of yoghurts, fresh fruit and cereals, speciality teas and fresh coffee.

read more › Eastbourne enjoys a sunny micro climate and is officially the sunniest place in England. It has been a Mecca for holidaymakers since 1849 when the railway was built. Eastbourne is only 65 miles south of London, 24 miles East of Brighton and 55 miles west of Dover. It is well connected by trains, London 1 hour 30 minutes, Ashford International just over 1 hour, Brighton around 30-40 minutes, Portsmouth Harbour and museums around 1 hour 45. Buses to all directions in Terminus Road. This traditional Victorian resort is a visitors' delight with 3 miles of Promenade, theatres, famous Bandstand, Pier and the colourful Carpet Gardens.

read more › We are not short of theatres in Eastbourne. The grand and modern Congress Theatre seats 1689 people for the most lavish productions. You may also enjoy the quaint Victorian atmosphere of the Devonshire Park Theatre which was built in 1884 and has a highly decorated interior, disabled facilities, an audio description service and a fully licensed bar. The Hippodrome seats 643 and was an old venue for Music Hall. It has a summer variety show each year. There is a licensed bar upstairs and a coffee bar on the ground floor.

read more › EASTBOURNE MINIATURE RAILWAY Situated at Lottbridge Drove, for railway enthusiasts large and small. Have a ride on a miniature locomotive around the lake, play in the adventure playground and pop coins 'in the slot' to see real train sets in action in a variety of settings. KNOCKHATCH ADVENTURE PARK AND SKI/SNOWBOARDING Near Hailsham includes a children's adventure park with go karts, farm animals, reptiles, birds of prey (displaying daily) and boating lake. You can also take part in a laser game.

read more › WATER SPORTS Spray Water Sports Centre for windsurfing, sailing, power boating, body boarding and canoeing, for adults, young people and children, at all levels of experience (or none!). FITNESS CENTRES City Gym Express, is 6 per day for visitors, 2 Furness Road. Sovereign Centre has over 80 stations in their fitness suite and you don't have to be a member. LEISURE CENTRES AND POOLS Sovereign Centre, Eastern end of Royal Parade Motcombe Pool, in Old Town Outdoor splash pool in Princes Park David Lloyd Bowling and Laserquest for non members Bannatynes Gym - members Hailsham Leisure Centre, Hailsham.

read more › Whether you're taking a short break or attending a conference, enjoy our comfortable rooms. All our double and twin bedded rooms offer a good level of comfort and quality with all the usual facilities. For a small extra cost, enjoy the benefits of a larger room, bigger flat screen tv with dvd and our welcome pack. Our family suite has a double bed and 2 single beds. There is also room for a travel cot. It has shower ensuite. The family room price is based on 2 adults plus 2 children sharing. For families with older children, you can stay in seperate rooms at family room prices, subject to availability.

read more › Walking from Eastbourne station, exit into main street signposted Terminus Road. This is where the buses stop. Walk towards the major banks. Turn right after HSBC bank and walk past the Tourist Information Centre towards the roundabout. Take 3rd exit along Devonshire Place. You are then heading towards the seafront. 100 metres along the road turn right into Compton Street. Walk 50 metres, turn left into Burlington Place. You will then see The Arden. M25 heading east from Heathrow, take Junction 7, Brighton M23/A23.

read more › If you are considering staying in Eastbourne, then we would love to have you stay at one of the best guest houses that Eastbourne has to offer - The Arden Hotel. Conveniently situated a minute's walk from the dazzling seafront, the Arden Hotel offers the best in traditional guest house welcomes, a superbly cooked and locally sourced breakfast and a fabulous choice of comfortable accommodation to its guests. The house owners Ray and Tracy Williams are the most welcoming of hosts and take pleasure from making your stay as comfortable as possible in pleasantly appointed rooms with lots of character, all for a great price.

read more › If you are seeking accommodation, Eastbourne has a handful of hotels, B & B guesthouses, camping sites and more. But for real relaxation and value for money, we'd recommend a traditional seaside holiday in a welcoming hotel near the sea front. Somewhere you can spend all day with buckets and spades and the kids on the beach and then get quickly back to your hotel room to relax and get ready for the evening. For this reason, one of the most convenient places to find accommodation in Eastbourne is the Arden Hotel in Eastbourne which has a great choice of reasonably priced rooms - one of the best examples of high quality holiday accommodation Eastbourne has to offer.

read more › The Arden Hotel in Eastbourne East Sussex, is one of the finest examples of good, family-run cheap hotels Eastbourne is famous for - where you can have a great holiday on a budget. There's a great 'vibe' in Eastbourne which enjoys truly the best of the British weather - it's been the favourite destination of many for centuries and deservedly so, with the excellent record of bright weather and exciting events going on all year. Especially in summer, you'll not be short of things to do. With single rooms from 37 and a Superior Room from 62 with a double bed, we know that the prices are competitive for all types of client, families, groups or singles - even if you're on a working holiday, there is a desk available where clients can get on with their work and emails in comfort.

read more › Eastbourne is a great south coastal resort surrounded by beautiful and peaceful countryside and edged by scenic coastal views and clean beaches. If you're looking for hotels that include a comfy bed with breakfast, then Eastbourne is a great place to find it. The Arden Hotel in Eastbourne offers you a great bed breakfast Eastbourne way with locally sourced food at all times served either in your room or in their pleasant dining room. With single rooms form 37 and a Superior Room from 62 with a double bed we know that the prices are competitive - come and bed and breakfast with us!

read more › Rest assured that you will have a fabulous holiday in Eastbourne. When it comes to great places to stay in Eastbourne, can we recommend the Arden Hotel, which is run by Ray and Tracy Williams. With spacious car parking for guests which are conveniently positioned very near to the seafront (but nicely set away from the crowds!) Ray and Tracy Williams are your genial hosts at the Arden Hotel who pride themselves on their traditional welcome, home cooking and giving you the best English Hotel holiday experience in one of the sunniest places in the UK.

read more › The Arden Hotel in Eastbourne is situated just off the Eastbourne seafront in and is one of the smaller, characterful hotels that Eastbourne seafront is famous for, you can have a great holiday in Eastbourne on a budget. And with Eastbourne's perennial holiday parking issues, with so many people choosing to come down for the day or afternoon, a hotel with a bit of free parking space behind it for your car is definitely going to have its advantages! Eastbourne, renowned for the best of the British weather, always has a great holiday 'vibe'.

read more › Visit our hotel in Eastbourne, East Sussex that's both convenient for the sea AND has parking which normally, is hard to find. A great deal of people choose to just visit Eastbourne for the day and in their thousands drive in and out of Eastbourne throughout the summer. Subsequently, a fair amount of conjestion on the roads leading in and out of Eastbourne is always a problem, and anyone who's turned up after 9am on a sunny day knows all too well that finding parking near the best bits of the beach and amenities can mean a long search on fine days and holiday times - and high parking fees if you want to stay more than an hour or two!

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