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The Guesthouse East B&B
13 Hartington Place
Eastbourne
Sussex

BN21 3BS | View map
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The 4 star, silver-rated Guesthouse East bed & breakfast in Eastbourne – awarded first place in the Independent‘s Top 50 B&Bs!

Self catering accommodation with the option of bed and breakfast that is contemporary yet laid back, stylish yet comfortable – the ideal place to escape with family, friends or someone special.

Set in an elegant Grade II-listed Regency villa just 50m from the sea, this boutique guest house in Eastbourne, Sussex has six modern suites, each designed to the highest standards with luxurious bedrooms, spacious bathrooms and each has a separate kitchen.

Several of our larger suites offer family friendly accommodation with futons, fold out beds, cots or sofa beds for the children. We also provide highchairs and childrens' plates and cutlery.

We provide free WiFi throughout and each suite has a DVD player. Parking is available right outside. Prices are from just £74 per night for a self catering suite. Bed and breakfast is also available.

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Ratings/Awards: 4-star silver award

Price per Room:

Double: From £80
Twin: From £80
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