Emergency Accommodation

Short term rentals for emergency accommodation

Emergency accommodation

Fire, flood or fed up with renovations?

Emergency accommodation? Perhaps you have suffered a fire or had a flood at your home and your house or flat may be temporarily unavailable. Or maybe you are having an extension built and you’ve had enough of all the dust from the renovations?

Whatever your situation, if you suddenly need to de-camp from your permanent home for a period of time, Exclusively Short Lets can help.

We have a great selection of apartments or houses for emergency accommodation, ranging from one week up to several months, so you don’t have to commit to a six or 12-month tenancy.

We have properties across East Sussex, including central Eastbourne, Old Town Eastbourne, Meads village, Friston, Sovereign Harbour, Pevensey Bay, Willingdon and Bexhill-on-Sea.

All of our short term emergency accommodation in Eastbourne and East Sussex is fully furnished and equipped, including everything from TV and toaster, to linen and towels.

We even provide hotel-style toiletries in the bathroom to get you started, plus enough tea and coffee for a welcome drink while you’re unpacking.

Our prices are fully inclusive of bills, so you don’t have the hassle of setting up bills in your name – you’ll already have enough on your plate dealing with your own property!

All you have to do is let us know the location and size of property you’d like, and we’ll work out the rest.  And if you need a bit of pampering, why not request our weekly cleaning and linen change service.


A water leak in our bathroom left so much damage that the whole room needed renovating. As we don't have another bathroom, we called Exclusively Short Lets and arranged to stay in Gresham House apartment for a couple of weeks. We loved the apartment - it is just off the seafront, beautiful and modern inside and has a nice patio garden. It was lovely to be able to live in a clean, pleasant environment while our place was covered in dust.

Michelle - Eastbourne

11/06/2016 | Direct feedback