Bay Majestic Eastbourne Hotel
The Majestic Eastbourne Hotel sits in a prime position on Royal Parade, across the road from the beach giving fantastic views of the sea. This friendly hotel, set against a backdrop of the beautiful South Downs, has a delightful sun terrace for brighter days with ample, modern lounges so that guests can enjoy the delightful scenery throughout the year.
The hotel has 93 bedrooms, each offering everything you will need for a relaxing stay, with the option of upgrading for just a touch of luxury. The hotel’s restaurant was refurbished in December 2017, and with a fantastic menu and attentive staff you’re sure to be impressed. Or you can unwind at the hotel’s bright airy bar and enjoy beautiful views over the promenade.
This spacious hotel, with its fresh, modern appeal, provides the perfect base for exploring sunny Eastbourne. The town is bursting with things to see and do, whatever your age or interests, with a rich arts and culture scene, live music and festivals, dazzling scenery and a generous helping of famous attractions. Discover Eastbourne’s contemporary art collection at the striking Towner Art Gallery or browse the eclectic collection of textiles, prints, ceramics and sculpture at the Henry Paddon gallery. Learn something new at the small, friendly Cookshelf or watch work being thrown on the wheel at JCJ Pottery. With zoos and parks, art galleries and museums, castles and beautiful walks, there’s never a dull moment when you’re exploring this vibrant seaside resort.
The Majestic proudly hosts its own programme of evening entertainment six nights a week with a sparkling line-up of comedy, vocalists, dancing, cabaret, quizzes and competitions that take guests into the early hours. For those looking to step out and explore Eastbourne by night, there are five theatres and several other venues close by that offer a glitzy catalogue of thrilling shows, from fiery violin dances and Celtic reels to Gypsy-jazz, big band and acoustic strings. For laid-back evenings, take a stroll through Eastbourne’s streets and soak up the local atmosphere or enjoy a drink with the locals at one of Eastbourne’s traditional pubs and wine bars. For a bite to eat in the evening, drop into one of Eastbourne’s eclectic mix of eateries, many of which serve fresh local produce from the town’s vineyards and farmers markets.
The hotel has 93 rooms split across two room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information. A number of rooms have step free access and a number are adapted for guests with disabilities, please ask about this when booking.
Standard Plus Room
Bay Majestic Eastbourne Hotel
Directions: From the A27 - Turn onto the A22 at the Golden Jubilee Roundabout at the Lottbridge roundabout turn left onto the A2290, Lottbridge Drove. At the roundabout at the end of the road, turn right onto Royal Parade, follow the road and the hotel is on the right after Redoubt Fortress.The Majestic Hotel does not have a car park, however street parking is usually available nearby.
Venture a little further afield to this excellent attraction, which offers around 90 acres to explore. There’s a miniature railway, motor museum, craft workshops and miniature Shetland ponies, as well as an on-site café on-site that offers refreshments. Check the opening times with the venue before you set off.
Take part in the daily tour of the Redoubt Fortress and discover some of the amazing secrets and stories that this fortress has to offer. Visit the gun platforms and parade ground, and take in the fantastic sea view from the cannons. With free access to the Pavilion, you can take advantage of the exhibition and café, which also boasts a terrace with gardens. Enjoy a Bombardier Brownie or Colonel Coffee at the vintage café, The Outpost, or visit The Pavilion Café to have lunch overlooking the stunning Pavilion Gardens.
The Hippodrome has a show for everyone, ranging from comedy to musical horror, famous bands to world-famous tribute acts. This famous theatre by the pier showcases talent from all over the world, including the Circus of Horrors, the Bachelors, Buddy Holly tribute act, and more famous faces, like Brian Conley and Jimmy Osmond.
Take a ride on one of the famous one-eighth scaled locomotives around the mile-long track in the beautiful country park. After your train ride, take a relaxing walk around the five-acre lake and admire the huge variety of wildlife this country park has to offer. The tea gardens serve beverages, as well as a bite to eat or a cream tea, or if the weather allows it, you can take advantage of the picnic area. If you want to purchase a model train or souvenir, visit the fantastic Railway Gift Shop, which sells Thomas Wooden Railway, as well as Hornby. Keen anglers can fish in designated areas marked on the lake by subscribing to the annual membership.
Open 6 days a week, you can pick your own fruit and vegetables at Sharnfold farm, from April to October. From Asparagus to raspberries, from plums to broad beans, the farm has a fantastic choice of produce for you to hand-pick and take home to enjoy. Take a nice relaxing stroll through the farm trail and meet the farm animals out in the fields, ranging from pigs and donkeys to chickens and rabbits. There is also a lake that is open 364 days a year where you can fish for barbel, tench, perch and chub. The coffee shop serves everything from breakfast to lunch, as well as afternoon tea.
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