Easter In Worthing
One of the UK’s most diverse regions, Sussex encompasses picturesque coastline, the serene rolling hills of the South Downs National Park, glorious gardens, remarkable Roman ruins and bustling market towns. The classic seaside resort of Worthing is a great base to explore and discover in Sussex – a lively destination for shopping, eating and entertainment. Its wide, flat palm-lined seafront promenade is ideal for a stroll and the Art Deco architecture of the iconic Worthing Pier adds a touch of historic class. So why not head South this Easter – there really is something for everyone!
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 - From your chosen joining point your feeder vehicle will take you to your designated interchange point where your holiday begins. After joining your holiday coach, sit back and relax as your journey takes you South. Enjoy an included stop en-route at lovely Wakehurst - a wild botanic garden, home to the Millennium Seed Bank and over 500 acres of the world's plants in the heart of Sussex. Later arrive at the Chatsworth Hotel in Worthing, well situated in the town centre. Porterage assistance on arrival is included. DBB
Day 2 - 3 - At leisure with one included excursion. There is plenty to explore in Worthing with a wide variety of restaurants, traditional pubs and cafes and the pedestrianised streets make shopping in the town centre's quality shops and boutiques an easy and relaxed affair. Discover local history, stunning artworks and a tranquil sculpture garden at the excellent Worthing Museum and Art Gallery (currently FOC but pre-booking may be required)
Charming Chichester & Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens
Enjoy a visit to the historic City of Chichester, the county town of West Sussex. Located ta the foot of the South Downs, it is almost entirely encircled by medieval walls. There will be time at leisure to explore the streets of elegant 18th century town houses as well as the magnificent 900-year-old Norman Cathedral. Don't forget Saturday is market day! In the afternoon continue to Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens which houses the largest collection of Roman mosaic floors in Britain. Follow in the footsteps of our Roman ancestors as you wander around Britain's earliest gardens, the lavish centre piece of the Palace.
Brighton really does rock! The city by the sea is surely one of Britain's most colourful, bohemian and vibrant seaside resorts with a hedonistic joie-de-vivre like no other. What a great place to spend a Bank Holiday Sunday whether you want to reminisce about the heady days of the mods and rockers, are keen to try the futuristic Brighton i360 or to explore the maze of tiny alleyways called The Lanes. Or you could just blow the cobwebs away with a stroll on the Palace Pier.
Day 4 - It's back home today after breakfast with a suitable stop en-route for refreshments.Back to top
Chatsworth Hotel, Worthing
This leading, family-owned 3* hotel is located off the promenade overlooking Steyne Gardens and is conveniently located for both the town centre and the seafront. The Grade II listed building is steeped in history with a superb Georgian frontage and 97 en-suite guestrooms with all mod cons. Rooms are located over 3 floors which are served by 2 lifts (no ground floor rooms). There is a restaurant and bar/lounge as well as a games room with pool and snooker tables. Singles are double for sole occupancy.