The room is on the second floor and has a double bed ( no headboard) There is a Freeview TV, a full length mirror and a chest of drawers in the room. Their are two windows and a radiator. Free off street parking available - 5 mins walk from Eastbourne Hospital - ideal for Hospital workers !. You can either have a bath or a shower in the bathroom which is on the first floor. There is an additional toilet on the ground floor.
“Awesome place, good value for money, friendly and helpful host, quiet environment, what else can one ask for? Highly recommended. Will use again.”
A light and spacious two bedroomed ground floor apartment. The apartment is in a pleasant residential area and is part of a converted victorian house with high ceilings and many original features. It has separate front door access and consists of the the entire ground floor (there are no stairs).
Large attic room, private bathroom in friendly Edwardian home. Close to railway station/town centre, seafront/pier, South Downs Way, Devonshire Tennis, theatres, Towner Art Gallery, shops, pubs, restaurants and Beachy Head and the South Downs. (Please note that the room is at the top of the house with 3 flights of stairs with the private bathroom underneath - this may not suit older guests/those who need the bathroom during the night!)
“The host and her roommate are two fantastic ladies, but the house could use a good deep cleaning. Keep in mind I was here for an entire month. I would book her private suite and not an actual bedroom for any stay. And if you’re planning on staying more than a few days please only book the suite. Trust me by the end of your first week you’ll be wanting the “no stairs” life for starters. When she put stairs on her listing, she means it folks. Do not book this particular room unless you’re absolutely sure you can hike the 4 flights of stairs. And I mean, if you’re about to head out the door and you forget your phone hike abilities. Once you get to the bottom, you’ll be having one heck of a personal debate on whether you climb that mountain of stairs and go get your phone, or say nope and walk out the door without it.”