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Promenade with typical seaside resort architecture, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, Europe
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Eastbourne : Michelin's recommendations

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Sheltered by the South Downs, Eastbourne enjoys a particularly sunny climate. Sited 1.6km inland, it was originally an unassuming little farming village, but became the most elegant seaside resort in England thanks to William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire (1808-1891). Eastbourne offers a model Victorian townscape, attracting and charming countless visitors with its majestic hotels and picturesque villas on tree-lined avenues.

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Tourist attractions Eastbourne : Things to see and do

  • Beachy Head (Cap Bézeviers) Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    GB - Eastbourne BN20 7YA

    A sunny day is the best time to savour the sight of the sea crashing against Beachy Head lighthouse as it stands some 150m below the dazzling white cliffs. West of this wonderful viewpoint extends a Heritage Coast of sweeping downland ending in lesse..

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  • Seafront Interesting

    Grand Parade GB - Eastbourne BN21 3DD

    The long promenade is backed by well-kept lawns and flower beds. The pier (1870) and remarkable 1935 bandstand add a pleasant touch to the seafront. The central part is defined by defence works dating from Napoleon's time; eastwards the great Redoubt..

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  • Heritage Centre

    2 rd. Carlisle GB - Eastbourne BN21 4BT

    The displays in a quaint little tower illustrate the town's expansion since 1800. Nearby is the entertainment complex adjoining Devonshire Park, the Victorian theatre of the same name, the famous Winter Garden and the modern Congress Theatre.

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Hotels Eastbourne

  • The Palm Court Hotel Three stars Three stars Three stars

    15 Burlington Place GB - Eastbourne BN21 4AR

    Prix Prices from : 48 £

    Just 50 metres from Eastbourne Seafront and The Grand Parade, The Palm Court Hotel offers spacious rooms with en suite facilities. With free parking, there is also a traditional restaurant. The large and airy rooms at Palm Court all offer tea and co..

  • Imperial Hotel

    Devonshire Place GB - Eastbourne BN21 4AH

    Prix Prices from : 35 £

  • Premier Inn Eastbourne Town Centre

    Terminus Road GB - Eastbourne BN21 3DF

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Restaurants Eastbourne

  • Garden Restaurant Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    King Edward's Par. GB - Eastbourne BN21 4EQ

  • Grand Bocca Quite comfortable restaurant 

    12 Grand Hotel Buildings, Compton St GB - Eastbourne BN21 4EJ

    Small but lively eatery with a rustic interior and picnic benches on a pavement terrace. It's all about sharing, with a wide range of picoteo and tapas dishes. Cooking is fresh and flavoursome; the local seafood specials are a highlight.

  • Mirabelle Top class comfort restaurant 

    King Edward's Par. GB - Eastbourne BN21 4EQ

    Plush fabrics and linen-laid tables with monogrammed silverware; formal dress code and professional team. Seasonal classics or 6 course tasting menu at dinner. Rich, well-executed cooking.

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