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The Beachy Head in Eastbourne is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask...more
Beachy Head Countryside Centre Beachy Head Road | Beachy Head Road, Eastbourne BN20 7YA, England
All reviewsthe cliffstunning viewsthe pubbirling gapseven sisterslight housegreat walkfresh airsouth downsopen top buscar parkpay and displaywhite cliffsbelle tout lighthouseplenty of parkingsunny dayeast dean
Visited today with wife for no other reason than we both had a day off and the sun was out.
Clearly signposted from the A 259. I had only ever heard of Beachy Head as it is also well known for the wrong reasons.
Breezy day but sunny and warm. The views are stunning around the coastline and to seven sisters well worth a visit if you are in the vicinity.
Lovely tributes to our WW2 heros were on display with areas for families to provide contemplation.
Beautiful location with views as far as the Eye can see On a clear Day .
Excellent visitor centre at the top and a pub for a swift coffee or Tipple .
Head towards th light house with some Striking views , But please be...More
Known abroad to many tourists.
White Cliffs, blue sea.
A gentle word of warning the Cliffs are
White because there are frequent falls
of chalk.Enjoy the walk one of Sussex's
And please stay away from the edge.
The day we went the wind and the cold where biting, but the view was nostalgic of this is England. There is a pub not far away that served lovely hot food to bring the blood back to room temperature lol
We walked along the sea front from the strand hotel then walked up hill to view point and visitor centre then back to victorian tea rooms on pier and it was exactly 7 miles in total a beautiful walk with lovely views and if... More
We walked along the sea front from the strand hotel then walked up hill to view point and visitor centre then back to victorian tea rooms on pier and it was exactly 7 miles in total a beautiful walk with lovely views and if your used to walking it will be no problem for you well sign posted. hope you enjoy.