This beautifully furnished cottage rests on the outskirts of the wonderful seaside town of Eastbourne, just outside of the South Downs National Park in East Sussex.
This location provides something for everybody, with a choice of countryside and coastal landscapes to enjoy, making this cottage a delightful stay for a small family or group of friends.
The interior is decorated in calming, neutral colours.
The sitting room with dining area, with its cosy sofa and TV, makes for a lovely spot to curl up and watch a film with a soothing warm drink.
Walk through to the stylish kitchen, with its charming cream fixtures and fittings.
At the end of a tiring day of exploration and adventure, head upstairs to the two well-presented bedrooms and the crisp white family shower room, completing the interior of the property.
84A Wish Hill comes with the added luxury of a private courtyard garden, a wonderful spot to sit and watch the world go by as you admire your lovely surroundings.
Eastbourne is the ideal location for a seaside holiday, with its stunning pier and choice of fine places to wine and dine.
From here you can also make the most of the walking, cycling and rural scenery of the South Downs National Park.
84A Wish Hill is a welcoming and comfortable cottage in a wonderful location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Seaford 9.5 miles; Battle 16.5 miles; Lewes 17 miles; Hastings 17.5 miles; Brighton 24 miles.
Eastbourne is the perfect location for a seaside holiday and has been since Queen Victoria was on the throne. With its mild climate and easy access from London, this lovely coastal town has increased its appeal throughout the centuries. With 5 miles of award-winning shingle beaches to stroll along, you can enjoy the sea air even if you aren't quite ready for a swim. Eastbourne's historic pier, built in around 1866, offers entertainment all day and well into the night with its amusement arcade, cafes, shops, and nightclub, and from here you can even take a speed boat ride around the bay. After a day of visiting the museums, art galleries or numerous antiques shops in the town, why not sit and watch the waves roll by as you enjoy afternoon tea in Victorian Tea Rooms on the pier? Golfers are spoilt for choice with four golf courses close by, and tennis is also a popular sporting choice with the AEGON International women’s and men’s tournaments taking place in June prior to Wimbledon. There is even an Eastbourne Extreme weekend, with demonstrations in mountain biking, skateboarding, sailing, windsurfing and many other sports, so if you are energetic and willing, get down there and join the fun! For those who prefer to be entertained, take your seats in one of the four major theatres that Eastbourne is home to, offering all types of entertainment from traditional seaside shows and musicals to classical ballets and opera. If you are lucky enough to be here in August, bring a picnic and be prepared for Airbourne, an international flying event which passes over the sea. If you fancy a day away from the beach, there are many other places to visit in Eastbourne, including Treasure Island for warm, sunny days and Fort Fun for the less clement ones. So, if you are looking for a holiday spot with something for everyone, look no further than Eastbourne.