PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
ItineraryHever Castle by Jim Linwood
Day 1 Morning departure for the journey to Arundel’s Wetland Centre. Enjoy a coffee in the Water’s Edge Café with views of wildlife followed by some retail therapy in their treat-filled shop, before continuing on to Brighton for a two night stay.
Day 2 Today you will travel by way of Eastbourne and inland to Scotney Castle and Gardens. The house will be dressed with fragrant trees and twinkling candles for you to admire. Also take a stroll around the garden to the Old Castle, around the moat and through the Quarry Garden to see the seasonal beauty of the landscape, or visit the tea rooms for a bite to eat and a festive hot chocolate. Afterwards you will travel to Tunbridge Wells for a visit before returning to the hotel.
Day 3 After breakfast, depart the hotel and you will travel to the stunning Hever Castle set in the rural countryside on the Kent/Surrey/Sussex border. During your visit you will be met with beautifully decorated Castle rooms, welcoming log fires and twinkling Christmas trees. Enjoy relaxed Christmas shopping and sample delicious festive food in the restaurants. The coach will depart at 15.00 hours to commence the homeward journey.
Included in costIncluded in cost
- Coach travel
- 2 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
- entrance to Hever Castle
- entrance to Scotney Castle
- 2 course lunch at Scotney Castle
Images© Hever Castles & Gardens
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Your Holiday Hotel The Old Ship Hotel
The hotel is Brighton’s most historic hotel with parts dating back as far as 1559. Its iconic seafront location offers stunning panoramic sea views and excellent accessibility to local attraction. All bedrooms are ensuite with TV, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and tea/coffee making facilities. Two lifts, bar, restaurant, terrace and gym.
Single room supplement £40
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