Eastbourne makes a great day out for all the family. Eastbourne is one of the sunniest places in the UK. A quick walk around this town and you will find some great places to eat or just have that quick drink with your family. With charming local shops for that bit of quick shopping Eastbourne makes a great all round destination. Eastbourne is near to Church Farm Holiday Village
Royal Hippodrome Theatre - The oldest Theatre in Eastbourne with the longest running Summer Season! Providing entertainment for all ages and encouraging local youth and amateur theatre groups to use the premises, alongside the big stars who now visit regularly.
Beachy Head - is around 530 feet high with stunning views over Eastbourne and the English Channel. You will have seen these cliffs on TV or at the cinema in Holywood blockbusters such as Harry Potter, James Bond, Pearl Harbour Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves, Notes on a Scandal, Wimbledon, and many TV series including Luther.
Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park - Is the famous one-eighth scale miniature locomotives as they travel for nearly a mile around the beautiful country park. You and your family can enjoy a pleasant stroll around the five-acre lake where nature and wildlife may be seen in their natural habitats. Ice-cream, lunch or Cream Tea from the railway style cafe.
Eastbourne Pier – built in April 1866, The Eastbourne Pier Company was formed with a working capital of £15,000, although it wasn’t completed until 1872. The pier is 300 meters long and built on stilts, which rest in cups on the seabed allowing the whole structure to move during rough weather. Today this pier has a traditional Fish and Chip shop located at the front of Eastbourne Pier. The Victorian Tea Rooms, is the perfect venue to enjoy a traditional Afternoon Tea, including a pot of Tea or Coffee, a Freshly Cooked Scone, Clotted Cream and Strawberry preserve all served Victorian Bone China. 1901 Jazz Lounge with Blues Kitchen, a new jazz Lounge themed to suit a calm and relaxing Jazz scene.
Holywell Retreat Beach - a quaint and peaceful throwback to pre-war Britain.
The beach consists of steep banks of shingle divided up by wooden groynes. However, it is also very different with a much more laid back, peaceful ambience. Further evidence of Holywell\‘s seaside pedigree is the collection of blue and white beach huts one of which was used by King George V and Queen Mary during their visit to Eastbourne.