We would like to welcome you to our beautifully renovated property splendidly located on Eastbourne seafront and just a few minutes walk to the pier and all the other amenities of the town.
As you can see from our photograph above, our accommodation is extremely close to the sea – most rooms overlook the beach and offer spectacular uninterrupted sea views.
We are the only certified eco-friendly guest accommodation in Eastbourne and as such we are refreshingly different. Our kitchen is vegetarian and we offer fresh, homemade and high quality breakfasts to our guests. Real ground coffee, squeezed fruit juices, organic homemade muesli, homemade breads and preserves, fresh fruit salad and much more. We happily cater for vegans or those with special diets.
Ideal for relaxing weekends, or as a walking or cycling base, The Royal specialises in adult accommodation. Very young children (under 12 years of age) cannot be accommodated.
Green Discount: Leave the car at home and receive a 10% discount. Travel by public transport when you stay with us, show your train or bus ticket for your journey and receive a lovely discount. Valid for new bookings, stays until April 17, 2014, cannot be used in conjunction with other offers. Quote GREEN.
Stay 5 nights, pay only for 4: valid for stays until April 17, 2014 (one free night in each stay).
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PLUS: Dogs stay free. Our special canine guest offer has proved so popular we have now extended it indefinitely.
We also offer generous long stay discounts. Please ring 01323 649222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your requirements.
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We’re very proud to say the Royal Hotel is mentioned in “Jeeves in the Offing” by P.G. Wodehouse! Ours is the hotel where fearsome Aunt Dahlia is staying on a visit to Eastbourne, when Bertie has to send her a telegram. Of course today he could have sent us an email and we’d have been very happy to deliver it straight to her. But such style, such taste from such an elegant lady, such an impeccable choice of accommodation we think.