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Albert & Victoria Guest House
Abert & Victoria Guest House
East Sussex
BN22 7AS

Contact: Sophie Nicholls
Tel: 01323730948
  • £35 pp - £40 pp per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 6
  • Albert & Victoria Guest House Grading : 5
  • Children Allowed : sorry, adults only
  • Pets Allowed : sorry, no pets
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Albert & Victoria Guest House Eastbourne -
    This charming and elegant Victorian house was built in 1892 and is situated in a quiet road only 40 metres from the beach. Entering the hallway you will step back in time.
    It was in 1789 that Eastbourne entertained it's first visitors. George III sent the royal children to "Sea Houses" for their summer holidays. The idea that the air and sea water was "good for ones health" took hold and the yearly summer holiday idea began.

    Eastbourne is an elegant resort at the foot of the South Downs in Sussex. Friendly hotels and exciting events make us one of the country's favourite holiday and conference destinations.
    Beachy Head

    Beachy Head is the most famous part of the Eastbourne Downland. Beachy Head rises 162 metres (530 feet) above the sea below and is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain.
    The main reason for Beachy Head's popularity is the wonderful panoramic view which can be seen from the cliff top. If you look east you see the beaches and town of Eastbourne, the Pier and the Harbour, and then on to Pevensey Bay and Hastings and, on an exceptionally clear day, Dungeness in Kent, nearly 40 miles away

    Looking west, you can see even further, up to 70 miles, past Seaford Head to Newhaven and Brighton and then on to Selsey Bill near Chichester in West Sussex. On a very clear day the outline of the Isle of Wight can be seen.

    Getting There - Beachy Head is easily reached by car. From Eastbourne take Duke's Drive from the seafront (be careful of the steeply winding road), Meads Road from Meads and East Dean Road from Old Town. From the west follow the signs on the A259. Parking is free in the lay-bys near Beachy Head and there is a large pay and display public car park. Please park in the Beachy Head Pub car park only if you intend to patronise the pub.

    Eastbourne Buses run a service along the seafront from the Sovereign Centre to Beachy Head.

    Facilities - There are public toilets adjoining the car park at Beachy Head, including disabled toilets (access with radar key). Beachy Head Pub is open all day, 7 days a week and serves good quality food. Children and disabled welcome, indoor and outdoor play equipment, toilet and baby changing facilities.


    The ALICE ROOM this beautiful period style room with a super kingsize canopied bed and large en-suite bathroom, is the perfect place to relax in. The room has a sea view colour t.v.courtesy tray and hair dryer.(guests may choose to have this room as a twin room.

    The LEOPOLD ROOM has a calm & tranquil atmosphere. The beautiful antique canopied double bed is draped with cream curtains. The room has a seaview and large shower ensuite. Colour t.v,courtesy tray & hair dryer completes the comfort of your stay.

    The romantic BEATRICE ROOM.This room has a true period feel.The double bed has a canopy in Toile de Jour with matching window drapes. For your comfort an en-suite shower,colour t.v.,courtesy tray,and hair dryer,everything to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

    The LOUISE ROOM is a single room with an antique corona draped bed,colour t.v. courtesy tray and hair dryer. The large ensuite bathroom has a bath and hand held shower.

    These are just some of our guests comments:

    Peter & Barbara Munster - Germany - A beautiful house with a stylish atmosphere, and very friendly hosts, enjoyed our week thoroughly.

    Sherida Strallen - London - What can I say, you have been wonderful and the Albert & Victoria is a haven of peace.

    Margaret Crawford - Australia - A big thank you for all your kindness, a great place!

    Anton & Wendy - Essex - Fantastic!

    Andrea Oz - London - What a little gem, so glad we found you.

    Anne & Stuart Barnes - Germany - Home from home, couldn't be better!

    Roy & Chris Haines - Sussex - Another excellent stay looking forward to the next time.

    David & Ann Jefferies - Essex - Superb, best B & B we have ever stayed in.

    Traude Perrin - Germany - Thank you for the lovely stay, one of the most friendly and certainly the cleanest place I have ever stayed in.

    Mr & Mrs Daniel - Wales - Excellent at everything.

    Sam & Andrew Sladdin - London - Fantastic experience, service unbeatable!

    Larry & Joanne Richardson - USA - A1 accomodation, we had a delightful stay.

    Carol & David Roy - Herts - Beyond excellance, Sophie & Paul deserve many more rosettes, everything to the smallest detail was superb, a wonderful place to stay.

    Michael & Laura Pirrang - USA - Absolutely Fabulous!!

    Monika & Robert Brewer - Germany - Wunderbar! Everything was perfect & very romantic

    Albert & Victoria Guest House  -   Eastbourne   -   East Sussex

    Contact:  Sophie Nicholls   Tel:  01323730948   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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