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Silverdale Hotel
21 Sutton Park Road

BN25 1RH | View map
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A warm welcome always awaits you at the Silverdale!

  • We are perfectly situated in the heart of the town
  • First Class home cooking
  • Special diets are catered for
  • Vegetarians are more than welcome
  • There is a good choice of breakfasts
  • A very varied choice of evening meals by arrangement
  • Limited Off-street car parking available
  • Dogs especially welcome
Silverdale is situated in Seaford, only six minutes from the ferry port at Newhaven, and is ideal for those who are starting or ending their holiday on the continent. Special accommodation rates for visitors with an early start.

The beautiful Cuckmere Valley Bird Sanctuary with the Seven Sisters Country Park is only 5 minutes away from Silverdale. Our region is part of the Heritage Coast and in a renowned Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Friston Forest with its peaceful walks and protected wildlife is but a few minutes away.


Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: From 60 - Family rooms:From 80
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