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5 Holiday Homes for Eastbourne Airbourne, UK

When attending Eastbourne Airbourne you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best

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If you’re heading to Eastbourne in August for Eastbourne Airbourne, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.

Where to reside near Eastbourne Airbourne

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Eastbourne collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.

Buckets And Spades

Buckets And Spades, Plum Guide home in Camber

Buckets And Spades, Plum Guide home in Camber

Click to book Buckets And Spades now: from £120 per night A proper British summer holiday deserves a proper seaside cottage - and this white clapboard home is a quiet bolthole on one of the UK's favourite beaches, Camber Sands. A five-minute walk from the surf, the home has been inspired by the sea, from the blue and white furnishings to the cute anchor wall hangings. Evenings are spend cuddled up in front of the electric fire in the living-kitchen area, with the wine fridge a short stroll from the sofa. While it's not the biggest space, the numerous fish and chip shops on the doorstep will mean not much time is spent at the dining table anyway. Bedrooms are bright and cosy, with plush velvet headboards and white shutters to keep the sunlight out, perfect for getting a good night's sleep before another day exploring Camber Sands. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Seawatch

Seawatch, Plum Guide home in Rye

Seawatch, Plum Guide home in Rye

Click to book Seawatch now: from £300 per night This old coastguard cottage is perfect for a creative retreat and break from the city, sitting on a windswept stretch of countryside between serene, sheep-grazed pastures and the sea. Nearly 150 years old and recently renovated, this cottage is far from ordinary, with many thoughtful touches such as the wood-burning stove, a modern kitchen, original artwork and vintage furnishings. Bathe in the sumptuous loft-space bathtub under the stars, wake up in comfort to the sound of the sea and head out to explore the misty, brooding Romney Marsh. Warm up in the many atmospheric pubs with intriguing histories, resident ghouls, roaring fireplaces, cracking ales and tasty grub. For a day of fun in the sun, walk along the pebbled beach or bring a bucket and spade and visit the popular Camber Sands. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

1066 and All That

1066 and All That, Plum Guide home in Hastings, East Sussex, UK

1066 and All That, Plum Guide home in Hastings, East Sussex, UK

Click to book 1066 and All That now: from £225 per night On England’s beautiful south coast, this home resides in the heart of the old town of Hastings. The town has been a settlement for over 1200 years and gave its name to the battle that took place after William the Conqueror’s invasion of 1066. With so much history in the local area, it's fitting that your home feels like a nod to the past, too. With original features, such as the old fireplace and wooden floorboards, it's decorated like a bohemian artist’s den with unique oddities and idiosyncrasies in every room — though if you're not a fan of taxidermy, you might want to sit this one out. However, behind all of this eccentricity, you'll find a beautiful property full of comfortable stylish touches. Prepare a delicious meal in the rustic country kitchen before gathering around the dining table to eat, perhaps with the log-burner crackling in the background. Come evening, nothing will beat an indulgent soak in the freestanding clawfoot tub, while you also have your own private patio garden that's positively teeming with greenery. When you want to venture outside, the beautiful buildings of Hastings’ old town – including antique shops, pubs and seafood shops – are all around, and the sandy beach is just a short, eight-minute walk away, too. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

Tea On The Reservoir

Tea On The Reservoir, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

Tea On The Reservoir, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

Click to book Tea On The Reservoir now: from £200 per night Tea On The Reservoir is cosy and uncluttered, a slice of remote lakeside living that will leave you feeling refreshed. Open this semi-detached cottage's front door to French oak flooring and comfortably crafted furniture. Sat on the edge of Bewl Water, this is a home for landscape painters and aspiring authors - an afternoon on the terrace is nothing short of inspirational. But if what you're looking for is relaxing country walks, a spot of golf, or a leisurely cycle, then it's perfect for you too. From your garden, head on to the thirteen-mile cycle trail through woodlands and meadows, stopping off for a well earned drink at the local pub. By car, National Trust properties and the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells are within a twenty-minute journey, so you're never too far from town living. Sleeps up to 5 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

The Custom Of The Country

The Custom Of The Country, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

The Custom Of The Country, Plum Guide home in East Sussex, UK

Click to book The Custom Of The Country now: from £968 per night While the grand spaces and classically decorated rooms of this historic estate in the rolling East Sussex landscape speak for themselves, we can come up with a few more reasons to choose to live your next country escape as the lord or lady of this manor. Expansive views of quintessential English meadows will greet you all year round, though in spring, a sea of bluebells in the surrounding woods makes it an even more attractive proposition. In summer, a heated pool and tennis court provide plenty of opportunities for outdoor enjoyment. An autumn escape in East Sussex is all about long country walks – admiring the changing colours of nature – followed by a visit to a centuries-old pub. A group planning a winter escape will find refuge in the manor's many cosy corners, and can look forward to evenings of chatter by open fires and a lavish meals in the elegant wood-panelled dining room. Just make sure to nominate the group's chef and grand piano player in advance. Sleeps up to 14 | 8 Bedrooms | 7 Bathrooms

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