Eastbourne 'The Bluebell Railway' The Queens Hotel
Train ride on the Bluebell Express
Entrance to Sheffield Park Gardens originally laid out in the 18th century by Capability Brown
Entrance to romantic Hever Castle
Explore the 125 acres of spectacular gardens at the castle
A day at leisure in Eastbourne
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Free time to walk around the stylish spa town
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
A leisurely drive across southern England to arrive in Eastbourne where we spendthe next 6 nights with dinner bed and breakfast.Time to settle in before dinner.
During your stay
• Travel along the coast to Brighton famous for its Regency Palace and labyrinth ofantiques shops in the lanes.• Afternoon visit to Lewes, dominated by its Norman Castle.• Day at leisure to enjoy Eastbourne.• Scenic drive through the Sussex countryside to the stylish spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells.• Visit inc. entrance to romantic Hever Castle.• Battle Abbey and Rye, a lovely town which was one of the original Cinque Ports.• A wonderful journey on board the Bluebell Railway for a steam journey asfar as Sheffield Park and the magnificent Capability Brown landscaped gardens,originally laid out in the 18th century.Royal Tunbrudge Wells with time to explore.
After breakfast we depart for home.
The Queens Hotel
The Queens Hotel is located in Eastbourne's most central and lively location
directly overlooking the pier. All bedrooms are en suite with TV, telephone
and tea/coffee making facilities.
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