Meads Village lies between Eastbourne town centre and the foot of the South Downs National Park. It is prized for its wide tree lined streets and grand Victorian and Edwardian residences.
At its centre is ‘The Village’, a group of 19th Century artisan dwellings built around a square of central allotments, each one a miniature cottage garden.
Nearby Meads Street with its parade of shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs and Parish Hall is the beating heart of the local community. The sea is just a few minutes’ walk away at the former fishing hamlet of Holywell, set at the foot of the South Downs.
There is a cliff top promenade with slopes and steps down to a lower promenade leading to a shingle beach with a café, toilet facilities, beach huts and chalets.