Eastbourne The South Downs & Historic Towns
The popular holiday resort of Eastbourne stands on the spectacular South Downs Coast, a designated Area 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.
7, 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.
Hadleigh Hotel * * *
Ideally situated in Burlington place just 60 yards from Grand Parade, Eastbourne's main seafront promenade and only minutes level walk from the Bandstand, Carpet Gardens and main shopping area. The Hadleigh has an enviable reputation for excellent traditional food served in the bright and attractive restaurant. Entertainment takes place most evenings and en-suite bedrooms offer TV and Tea/coffee making facilities. Lift
EXCURSION 1: 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 Pavillion or enjoy shopping in the Lanes.
EXCURSION 2: Heading East today for a visit to Bexhill on Sea, With its Victorian and Edwardian architecture wide-level promenade, gently sloping beach, famous 1930's De La Warr Pavilion and the newly-renovated King George V Colonnade, with gift shops and Tea Beside the Sea café. Venturing inland in the town centre, you'll find
independent shops and quality restaurants.
EXCURSION 3: We spend the morning in Battle, with its famous Abbey and links to the 1066 Battle of Hastings, this afternoon we continue to Rye, once surrounded by sea, this fortified hilltop town played an important role in the defence of the south coast of England. These days, the river no longer harbours warships and is home to the local fishing fleet, The cobbled streets and secret passages, once the haunt of smugglers and highwaymen, regularly attract film crews in search of historical settings for period productions.Back to top