..feel the energy of our endless blue skies, sweeping South Downs countryside
Eastbourne is a town with grace and elegance that has something for everyone – a landscaped pedestrianised town centre, bordered by a large range of shops, a clean well managed beach and seafront renowned for its attractive three tier flower decked level promenade.
- Seaside Resort of Worthing
- Lively Seaside Resort of Brighton
- Charming Market Town of Battle
- Cinque Port of Rye
- Admission to Pashley Manor Gardens & a visit to picturesque Tenterden
- Visit Beachy Head & the Saxon Town of Lewes
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
The Haddon Hall Hotel
The Haddon Hall Hotel is enviably situated at the seafront end of Devonshire Place, a broad tree lined avenue which links the main promenade with the town centre. The Bandstand is located across the road from the hotel. All of the well-furnished bedrooms have private facilities with colour television and tea/coffee makers. The hotel offers a Restaurant, spacious lounge, ballroom, cocktail bar and some entertainment. Lift.
An excursion which takes us to the thriving seaside resort of Worthing, where we have chance to explore. In the afternoon we make a stop in Brighton, one of Britain’s liveliest seaside resorts which has a bohemian, artistic and eccentric atmosphere that can’t be found anywhere else in the UK. There’s elegant Regency architecture, museums, galleries, good shopping and stylish cafes, bars & restaurants.
we enjoy an excursion which first of all takes us to Battle. This charming market town grew up around Battle Abbey and takes its name from the famous – the Battle of Hastings in 1066. After some free time here, we make our way to the Cinque Port of Rye for some free time before returning to the hotel.
We include a visit to Pashley Manor Gardens. ‘One of the finest gardens in England’ Pashley offers a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees, fountains, springs and ponds. Following this visit we continue to picturesque Tenterden with its attractive High Street and historic houses and shops.
We travel via the Beachy Head coastal route to the little Saxon town of Lewes which boasts one of the best preserved castle Barbican’s in England.Back to top