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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 reviews the cliff stunning views the pub birling gap seven sisters light house great walk fresh air south downs open top bus belle tout car park pay and display white cliffs plenty of parking sunny day east dean
We visited on a glorious October day, yes the views are stunning . The whole area is very well clean and well kept.
There is also a humbling feel to the area with the memorials to the wartime efforts, and also the knowledge that this...More
Dramatic setting, spectacular views, great for photography. Just make sure to stay away from the edge of the cliffs as very dangerous .. apparently people still sit on the edge with their feet dangling over!!!
Wonderful sunny day for a walk along Beachy Head. I had been as a teenager and came back with my kids so quite a different experience. We ventures along the border of the cliff and it was quite windy. Wonderful views over the sea, Eastbourne...More
We walked from Birling Gap to Eastbourne and back via Beachy Head. The walking is clear and the variety of views is incredible. The weather was stunning, and we had a couple of aerobatic Spitfire displays thrown in.
Went here with family for a walk and them Sunday lunch at a nearby restaurant and the place is breathtaking.
For an October day the weather was brilliant but it is a stunning place to go to.
Obviously you are high up and surprised not...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... 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.