Eastbourne, South Downs & Historic Towns
The popular holiday resort of Eastbourne stands on the spectacular South Downs Coast, a designatedArea of Outstanding Beauty, with the white Cliffs of the Seven Sisters, bustling market towns, picture perfect villages, rolling hills and flourishing vineyards. The seaside resort of Eastbourne offers something for everyone, the long sweeping promenade is flanked by the beach to one side and the stunning Carpet Gardens to the other. The historic Pier offers traditional entertainment and the towns Theatre is always
offering a treat. Shoppers can Discover a wide range of shops from high street stores at the Arndale Centre to the quaint Victorian shopping streets of Little Chelsea, the boutiques in the Enterprise Centre and designer shops at the harbour.
4 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Exploring the South Coast on your included excursions
Minimum of 2 nights entertainment
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We head West and take the coast road via Beachy Head and through the picturesque Seven Sisters to Brighton. This vibrant town offers so much for its visitors, enjoy the Pier, a walk along the Promenade – head up the British Airway i360 to experience stunning views, visit the Pavilion or enjoy shopping in the Lanes.
We spend the morning in Battle, with its famous Abbey and links to the 1066 Battle of Hastings, we then head back to the seaside and spend out afternoon in Hastings, where the bustle of modern life rubs along with the rough edges of tradition. Look up and you’ll see the ruins of the castle watching over the town, the three-mile seafront stretches from the fishing fleet at the eastern end through the hustle and bustle of the arcades and funfair rides, to the pier and unique double-decker promenade.
Langham Hotel * * * (March 2024)
The Langham hotel is situated on Eastbourne's seafront and offers a warm welcome making you feel at home. The restaurants offers lovely views out to sea and the comfortable bar and terrace are great places to sit back and relax. Bedrooms at the hotel are all en-suite and offer TV, tea/coffee making facilities, and hairdryer. Lifts.
Cumberland Hotel * * * (April 2024)
What a wonderful setting the Cumberland Hotel has - on Eastbourne's famous Grand Parade overlooking the famous Carpet Gardens, Bandstand & Victorian Pier. You'll find classical elegance in the sea facing lounges and Wordsworth Restaurant. Bedrooms are tastefully decorated and off TV, hairdryer & tea/coffee making facilities, sea view rooms & rooms with shared balcony are available at a supplement. Lifts to all floors. Entertainment is provided on a minimum of 2 evenings.Back to top