When you stay at Pebble Beach on Eastbourne seafront, there is always something to do.
- Walk to promenade. From our front door you can turn left to the Harbour or right towards the Pier, Bandstand and Town Centre.
- Take a stroll on the Victorian Pier with its shops, Tearoom, Pub and of course Amusements. You can even hire a rod at the end of the Pier if you fancy catching your own lunch.
- Ride the Dotto Train. Hop on the Dotto for a ride along the seafront between the Harbour and Holywell. Buy a day pass and you can hop on and off as much as you wish.
- Walk along the South Downs Way to Beachy Head, Birling Gap or the Seven Sisters. A two mile stroll along the Promenade and a further mile along the South Downs Way will see you looking over the edge of Beachy Head at the Lighthouse below.
- Open top bus rides travel along the seafront and up to Beachy Head.
- Shop in the Town centre or at the Harbour, where you can stop for a bite to eat and watch the boats.
- Take a windsurfing or sailing lesson at Eastbourne Water Sports.
- Visit one of the Theatres, Cinemas or our new Art Gallery.
- Eastbourne also has many Golf clubs and other sporting facilities.
- Take a day trip to Brighton on the train (30 minutes) or by bus (70 minutes) from the Pier.
- Visit London for the day. 1 hour 30 minutes on the direct train will see you in the capital.
- When that’s all done…. Why not just sit on the Beach and eat some Fish and Chips.
Unique to Eastbourne
- Hire one of the UK’s only quadricycle bikes and ride along the seafront
- Ageon International Tennis – at Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club
- Eastbourne Extreme – One of the UK’s largest extreme sports festivals in July
- Airbourne – Four day FREE air show on the seafront in August
- Beer Festival – Every October in the Winter Garden hosting over 150 real cast ales, including cider, wine and international bottled beers
- Bandstand – Situated on Grand Parade, hosts all kinds of concerts running from June til September
- Beachy Head Marathon – one of the biggest off-road marathons in the UK. Formerly known as the Seven Sisters Marathon, it is popular for its scenic and challenging route through the South Downs countryside.