Eastbourne South Coast Special At The Cavendish Hotel
5 Days Away - 2021
Five special days away to enjoy the charms of Eastbourne, along with splendid hotel accommodation and an inclusive itinerary to the lovely seaside resort of Brighton and the picturesque town of Lewes, plus the spectacular beauty spot of Beachy Head.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel
- 4 nights at the 3-star Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne with dinner & breakfast
- 2 for 1 bar (6pm-9pm) on selected drinks (Jan & Feb dates only)
- Free excursion to Brighton
- Free excursion to Beachy Head & Lewes
Optional excursion to Hastings (£6pp)
Brighton is a cosmopolitan seaside resort offering handsome squares, gracious terraces, fine crescents and distinguished architecture. It offers many attractions for the coach break visitor, from music festivals, arts and culture to great shopping, nightlife and the fabulous seafront.
Brighton became a popular destination with day trippers from London during the 18th Century after the arrival of the railway in 1841 and during the Victorian era saw the building of many major attractions including the Grand Hotel, along with the West and Palace Piers.
The coastal town of Hasting forms part of the famous 1066 Country, home to Sussex’s finest countryside and coastlines, as well as some of the most historic sites in the UK. Here we can find the remains of the first castle to be built in England by William the Conqueror and wander through the preserved Old Town with its winding narrow streets and picturesque half-timbered houses.
Lewes is a vibrant market town surrounded by spectacular chalk cliffs. Stroll along the winding streets, discover the quirky antique shops and admire the historic buildings, including the Norman castle which looks over the town.
Beachy HeadBeachy Head
Along the Sussex Heritage Coast stands Beachy Head. These dramatic 530-ft high chalk cliffs provide stunning views over Eastbourne and the English Channel plus the famous red-and-white lighthouse below. On a clear day, look out for Dungeness to the east and the Isle of Wight to the west.
As well as being one of the most popular beauty spots in the UK, Beachy Head has also played an important role in history. A forward relay station was set up here by the RAF to improve radio communications with aircraft in the Second World War, and during the Cold War, a radar control centre was in operation in an underground bunker here.
Beachy Head has also appeared numerous times in film and TV, from James Bond’s opening parachute sequencein The Living Daylights and the grounds for one of the Quidditch World Cups in Harry Potter to Robin Hood Prince of Thieves and the scene of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s first flight!Back to top
Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne
This magnificent landmark property is ideally located on Eastbourne’s Grand Parade. Enjoy the beach views from the hotel bar and restaurant or take advantage of the relaxing space offered by the Cavendish library.
Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV, hairdryer, telephone, and tea/coffee-making facilities ● Bar ● Restaurant ● TV Lounge ● Quiet Room ● LiftBack to top