Located in a tranquil village setting in the heart of the affluent Meads Village on the outskirts of Eastbourne, 40 The Village is perfectly placed for a day at the seaside or exploring the many walks and views of the South Downs National Park.
Boasting a modern/vintage theme with classic mid 20th century inspired styling, 40 The Village offers a stylish seaside retreat that will create special memories to last a lifetime.
On a summers day the courtyard garden is the perfect setting for an al fresco breakfast or evening BBQ whilst the wonderful working allotment that occupies the village square welcomes you with its abundance of vibrant colours and textures.
Pack up a picnic and a bottle of bubbly and take a leisurely walk through the village to the beach and enjoy a good old fashioned day at the seaside and a welcome dose of salty sea air. From the rolling South Downs and the spectacular Seven Sisters white cliffs to the Edwardian charm of Eastbourne’s unspoilt seafront or the many nearby forest and woodland walks, the local area has an abundance of things to do and explore. You can then return to your luxury self catering home and relax with a good book and a glass of wine.
Perfectly placed for couples looking for a stylish break not far away from London, or families looking for a relaxed seaside or exploring holiday, 40 The Village offers a fantastic luxury location in a stylish, contemporary yet traditional environment.
AROUND 40 THE VILLAGE
Located in a tranquil village setting in the heart of the affluent Meads Village on the outskirts of Eastbourne.
AND SO MUCH TO DO...
From the rolling South Downs and the spectacular Seven Sisters white cliffs there is so much to do...
THE BRITTANY GROUNDHOUSE
Our sister property, the Brittany Groundhouse, is a spectacular eco house located in the heart of rural Brittany.
"We really enjoyed our stay at 40 The Village. We loved the house and thought the location overlooking the beautiful allotments was pretty special. Our children thought the bedroom was amazing. Can't wait to come back next summer."
Hayley Lowry - London