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Corporate Entertainment

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Boat Moorings & Marinas

Sovereign Harbour Marina, Eastbourne - Premier Marinas

Marina Office, North Lock Side, Pacific Dr, Eastbourne BN23 5BJ, UK – 01323 470099

Easy parking, nice walk round the harbour. Interesting to see what the coastguard is up to and call outs they've had. Had cup coffee before leaving.

really great place good atmosphere and so relaxing watching boats. very clean place..free parking. lots seats to rest at. they could do with weatgerspoons like Brighton as the cafes are little bit expensive but overall it's BEAUTIFUL

The Moorings

The Moorings, Seaville Dr, Pevensey Bay, Pevensey BN24 6AL, UK – 01323 741511

This is a great place to go for a meal. The restaurant is clean, tidy and well laid out. There is air conditioning so it is comfortable on a hot day. There are lovely views of the beach whilst you eat. The menu is £10 for three courses, and the servings are very generous. The service is swift and professional. It does get very busy so a booking is essential, but you can't go wrong if you go for a meal here.

Had a lovely meal at this, obviously, popular restaurant. We went by mini- bus but coaches arrived too. It is right on the beach so the view was lovely. Three course meal for £ 10 and enormous portions. Brilliant.

Sovereign Harbour

Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne, UK

Good place to go for a walk. A lot of the footways are open to the public but some are for residents only. Look out for the two resident seals that are often found at the entrance to the harbour by the locks.

Eastbourne Sovereign Harbour is a lovely place to walk around. If you are taking a dog with you, it must now remain on a lead. There are many places to eat and drink and there is a seal that visits from time to time. You can watch the boats come in and out of the harbour, and the cloud of seagulls that follow the fishing boats. On a breezy day it does get windy, but if there is a bit if sunshine around, it's a great place to spend some time.

Boat Trips & Excursions - if available

Sussex Voyages

The Waterside Retail Area, Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne BN23 6JH, UK – 01293 888780

Fantastic. We have been on three trips with Sussex Voyagers and have loved every trip. The boat is very well specified with much more safety equipment than the minimum necessary by law - all eventualities have been carefully considered and provided for. The boat is also a very, very capable vessel! The experience of the crew is patently apparent, exhibiting a very professional attitude at all times. Information provided to passengers is informative and interesting. The coast around Eastbourne is always interesting / spectacular / beautiful in different proportions, changing on a daily basis. The only such company I know that deals with cancellations due to weather in a fair way. "Highly recommended" - and you can quote me on that!

Loved all 4 trip best think ever

Allchorn Pleasure Boats

Royal Parade, Eastbourne BN22 7AA, UK – 07885 022436

Local Parks & Gardens

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Great website!. Click below to find gardens open during the year around Eastbourne or East Sussex. There are photos and lots of detail about the garden.
Pevensey Castle

Castle Rd, Westham, Pevensey BN24 5LE, UK – 0370 333 1181

A fascinating building with a long and distinguished history. Well presented by English Heritage and preserved rather than recreated. There are few facilities at the site but good pubs in the cheek by jowl town. Great for Photography, particularly when the skys are dark and moody. Go now in this dry summer, as EH has managed to drain the dungeon by the moat.

Walls and towers. Seriously old and steeped in history. From Roman to WW 2. Great space. Perfect for kids, adults, dogs and picnics. Though in effect a ruin, its sheer scale radiates importance. You only pay when you cross into the inner courtyard. Small car park.