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Lansdowne Hotel
King Edwards Parade
Eastbourne
Sussex

BN21 4EE | View map

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Combining the elegance of the Victorian age with every modern facility, the hotel occupies a premier position on the seafront overlooking the Western Lawns and Wish Tower, with superb views of Beachy Head.

The hotel's features include elegant lounges facing the sea, the attractive Regency Bar, 2 snooker and games rooms, (these help to make the hotel perfect for bridge weekends). It is also ideally situated for golf holidays, being close to 3 first-class golf courses, plus 200 acres of parks and gardens. In addition, the shops and theatres are within a four minute walk. The hotel also offers 22 lock-up garages at a nominal charge. For dinner reservations, please advise the hotel on arrival or telephone in advance.
The Best Western Lansdowne Hotel is privately owned and has been in the same family ownership since 1912. It is this that has given the hotel a personal touch that is still very evident today.

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