Cavendish Hotel

Cavendish Hotel

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  • English Getaways Eastbourne: 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast, Wine and Optional Three-Course Dinner at Cavendish Hotel for £45.00

    Posted on 08/11/2019 by | Comments Off on English Getaways Eastbourne: 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast, Wine and Optional Three-Course Dinner at Cavendish Hotel for £45.00

    Cavendish Hotel Currently Offer: Eastbourne: 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast, Wine and Optional Three-Course Dinner at Cavendish Hotel for just £45.00 Valid from: 2019-11-01T00:00:00 to 2020-03-09T23:59:59

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    The HotelLocated within a walking distance from Eastbourne’s shopping and commercial centre, The Cavendish Hotel makes for an ideal base for exploring the city and the local area. Housed in a grand 19th-century property on Eastbourne’s promenade, this hotel is bringing visitors closer to the main city attractions, such as Devonshire Park Theatre and Eastbourne Pier.Guests can unwind in en suite rooms which come complete with flat-screen TVs, safes, and hot drink-making facilities.Boasting panoramic sea views, the on-site restaurant serves up a variety of dishes, while an array of cocktails, whiskies, and wines can be enjoyed at the bar.Groupon’s Guide To East SussexBordered by Kent county to the east and Surrey to the north-west, East Sussex is part of the historic county of Sussex, which has its roots in the ancient kingdom of the South Saxons.Often known for its landscaped grounds and nature trails, the region is home of the Seven Sisters, a series of chalk cliffs, part of the Seven Sisters Country Park, between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne. Another well-known attraction is the Royal Pavilion, an 18th-century royal palace built for King George IV, while holidaymakers may also take a trip to Old Town Hastings, a traditional British town where plenty of antique shops and unusual old buildings may be explored. Located in a seaside town of Eastbourne, East Sussex Falconry offers plenty of bird watching opportunities, from the known eagle or hawk to the more exotic white-faced owl. More details…

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