Eastbourne's Beer & Cider by the Sea

Travel and Parking at Eastbourne's Beer & Cider by the Sea

Easiest Access Routes to get to the Festival

Thinking about coming to the Beer & Cider by the Sea Festival? We have lots of easy parking options along with frequent public transport services, making your travel to and from the festival as simple as possible.

By Train and Cycling

Getting to Beer & Cider by the Sea by rail

Arriving to the Beer and Cider Festival by train? Good news, the train station is only a 20 minute walk to The Western Lawns. When you get off the train at Eastbourne railway station, turn left and follow through the shopping precinct (Terminus Road) and at the end of the road turn right onto the seafront (Grand Parade). The Western Lawns is a short walk from here on your left hand side.

Cycling to the event? If you are cycling to the festival from the East of the Pier, there will be cycle paths along the promenade of the seafront. Unfortunately past Eastbourne Pier there are no cycle paths and you will have to use the road. The nearest bike racks to The Western Lawns are at Eastbourne's Lifeboat Museum.  

Southern Rail

By Car and Taxi

Parking for the Festival

Driving to the Beer and Cider Festival? Eastbourne has plenty of on-street parking situated along the seafront and in the town centre (parking charges apply). Alternatively the Trinity Place carpark is a 12 minute walk from the Beer and Cider Festival (see address details below). The NCP car park is open 24 hours so you are able to leave your car overnight for just £5.

NCP Car Park
Trinity Place
Eastbourne
BN21 3BZ

Travelling by taxi? Here are a few taxi numbers should you need them: 01323 726726, 01323 746746 or 01323 720720.

 

NCP Car Park 

By Bus

Eastbourne Buses

Arriving to the Beer and Cider Festival by bus? All of the Eastbourne Stagecoach buses will stop at the bus terminal in the town centre (Terminus Road). The Wave 99 bus from Hastings will stop at Eastbourne Pier and the number 3/3A towards Meads will stop along Devonshire Place or Compton Street.

If you catching any of the number 12 Coaster buses (12, 12A, 12X)  from Brighton, you can either get off in the town centre, The Winter Gardens or Eastbourne Pier.

 

 

 

Bus Times