Transfer from Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne
Even if the town of Eastbourne is only 150 years old, a settlement in the area has existed even since the year 500 b.C. The first to arrive in the region and take control were the Celts who lived there for about 900 years until Saxon invaders banished them from the lands and conquered the small village and the regions around it. They also gave the village its initial name of Burne. The Anglo Saxons populated Eastbourne, and left behind a graveyard which overlies an Iron Age village on St Anne’s Hill. Pottery, glass, jewellery and weapons were discovered here.
The Burne area, later named Bourne remained a quite poor village until the Middle Ages when due to major sheep farming and fishing the area began to prosper greatly. The fast development of Eastbourne attracted interest from wealthy people such as Gildredge, Selwyn and Burton which purchased the property in 1555. The Compton Place which you can see today in Eastbourne was built one year after the three families bought Bourne. It was known back than under the name of Bourne Place. Even if under the rule of such wealthy people Eastbourne continued to be a place of modest rural villages until the year of 1800. Four settlements populated the grounds of today’s modern town: Bourne, Meads, South Bourne and Sea Houses, which was located to the east of the current day pier.
Transfer from London Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne by Rail:
In order to get a transfer from London Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne by rail, you need to take the Heathrow Express Service to London Paddington in a journey that will last approximately 16 minutes. From Paddington Station, you can take the tube to Victoria Station, which runs on the Circle Line. Once arrived at Victoria Station, you can use the National Rail Service to take you to Margate. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from Paddington Station, Victoria Station or Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne.
Transfer from London Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne by Car:
In order to get from Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne by car, you have to take the M25 motorway. The distance between Heathrow Airport and Eastbourne is of 88 miles.
Transfer from London Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from London Heathrow Airport to Eastbourne with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes. The Heathrow Airport transfer to Eastbourne will cost approximately 111 GBP for a saloon car.
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