Eastbourne & Sussex Towns 8 Days - Queens Hotel
Eastbourne is one of Britain's more elegant resorts, enjoying a glorious location on the South Coast. Because it is sheltered by Beachy Head and the South Downs it has an excellent sunshine record, always coming around the top of the sunshine league. It has a spacious promenade to stroll along and the world-famous Carpet Gardens line the seafront. Eastbourne has clean inviting beaches predominantly of shingle leading to sand at low tide and offering excellent bathing. There's plenty to see and do with first class shops, cinemas, museums, shows, concerts and dancing in the Winter Gardens. There is also a large variety of sporting facilities, whether you want to play or spectate, such as boating, bowls, golf, putting, and walking on the South Downs.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Day at Leisure
Day 3 - Battle & Carr Taylor Vineyard
Named after the most famous conflict on English soil, the compact market town of Battle grew up alongside the battleground, medieval abbey and ancient woodlands that remain largely unchanged today. A bustling mix of independent shops and cafes line the historic streets and there are a wide variety of historic buildings of note including the Almonry which dates back to 1090. After some free time to explore we'll continue on to Carr Taylor Vineyard - producers of award-winning English wines since 1971./n
Day 4 - Day at Leisure
Day 5 - Day at Leisure
Day 6 - Rye & Hastings
A medieval citadel, entered through a powerful stone gateway, Rye is home to a myriad of nooks and crannies all with smuggling stories to tell! St Mary’s church tower offers fine viewpoints over the terracotta roofs of the half-timbered houses and the sheer concentration of living history packed into this charming market town makes it the perfect day out!/nOne of the original Cinque Ports, Hastings has a long and varied history from the days of William the Conqueror. Today, wandering through the Old town is still a pleasure or perhaps you could take a trip on the steepest cliff railway in the UK to enjoy wonderful views of the coast and sea!/n
Day 7 - Full Day Brighton
Discover Regency Brighton – bursting with attractions from the extravagant pavilion to the interesting museums and the beautiful beach to the popular, historic shopping streets of the Lanes./n
Day 8 - Return Travel
Queens Hotel - Eastbourne
This magnificent Victorian hotel is situated in an outstanding position overlooking the pier. All 127 bedrooms have central heating and bath or shower and WC. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, intercom, hair dryer and TV with radio channels. With spacious public rooms which include a bar, snooker room, sun lounge and two restaurants, the Queens Hotel has plenty to keep you entertained whilst you’re on your coach holiday to Eastbourne. There are several function rooms; including the Princes Suite with its own bar where entertainment is provided most evenings. In addition, there are two lifts that serve all floors, and a wheelchair lift that is now available between the ground floor’s two levels.