Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex. England. BN21 4JJ
Devonshire Park, situated a stone’s throw off Eastbourne’s seafront, is the perfect setting for top class tennis and is highly accessible from all over the world.
The lawn tennis club plays host to the Davis Cup and County matches, as well as the traditional last chance for players to warm-up for Wimbledon.
AIR | London Gatwick
Eastbourne is located within an hour’s journey from London Gatwick international airport, and such accessibility seems to which helps to attract players and spectators to the annual Wimbledon warm-up tournament.
BUS | Other towns & local
Services from other towns come directly to Eastbourne. During the tournament, the 55 bus for Meads operates from the bus precinct near Eastbourne train station, close to Devonshire Park.
ROAD | Car, bicycle & motorbike
Since 2008, parking restrictions have been imposed within the Eastbourne town centre. For visitors, the main approach roads are the A27from Brighton, the A259 from Hastings and the A22 from London.
SEA | Newhaven & Channel Tunnel
As one of Britain’s most popular seaside resorts, Eastbourne has good sea connections. The port of Newhaven lies 15 miles away while the Channel Tunnel, Dover and Folkestone are around two hours away.
SHUTTLE BUS | Train station & car parks
A special shuttle bus operates during the main draw (Monday-Saturday) of the AEGON Tournament from Eastbourne train station and certain major car parks directly to Devonshire Park.
TAXI | Hotels & around town
The taxi services in Eastbourne tend to be reliable. Taxi ranks line up outside Eastbourne train station, and hotels recommend their favourite taxi services. Both public and private hire taxis are available.
TRAIN | Ashford, Brighton & London
Eastbourne has excellent connections with important destinations like Ashford International (65 minutes), Brighton (45 minutes) and London Victoria(85 minutes).
WALK | Town centre
There are various routes to devons hire Park, and regulars to the tennis event will know their own ‘special’ shortcuts. Most hotels are within a 10 minute walk, while Eastbourne train station is a 15 minute walk away.
CAR PARKS | Locals attempt to cash in during the tennis event by charging £10 and upwards to park on their property.
Beware of the claims the money is going to charity, although some may be genuine.
The best bet is to use the three official car parks, as they are all linked to Devonshire Park by a special shuttle service bus during the tournament.
There are two NCP car parks, situated at Ashford Road and Trinity Place, plus a special makeshift car park at the Saffrons Cricket Ground in Meads Road.
OFF-ROAD PARKING | Parking is always at a premium during the popular tournament, and has been much more difficult to claim a space since 2011.
Parking restrictions were imposed in Eastbourne town centre since early 2009. The parking enforcement officers will be out in force to swiftly deal with anyone dumping their vehicles on double yellow lines and/or private properties – you’ve been warned!