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Eastbourne boasts an enviable position on the Sussex coast, sheltered by the rolling South Downs and awe-inspiring Beachy Head. It’s not hard to see why Eastbourne, with it’s promenade and definite air of quality, charm and dignity and a whole host of seaside attractions and amusements, is such a favourable holiday destination.
Monday – We collect you from home to join your tour coach to travel to Eastbourne arriving late afternoon at the Langham Hotel for a four night stay dinner, bed and breakfast.
Tuesday – Todays excursion takes us to Herstmonceux Castle, a 15th Century moated castle which is set in 300 acres of woodland. As the castle isn’t freely open to the public anymore, you will enjoy a guided tour as well as free time to enjoy the vast gardens that the castle is home too. Be sure to check out the Chestnuts Tea Room during your visit and give some of their local produce and handmade cakes a try. Following this we will return to Eastbourne for some leisure time before dinner.
Wednesday to Thursday are at leisure in Eastbourne however we have included the following optional excursions.
Brighton – Today we travel a short journey down the coast, over the famous Beachy Head and the rolling South Downs to Brighton with everything you could want. Offering visitors, the energetic atmosphere of a city with the charm and freedom of a coastal resort. Use your free time here to take in the architecture and gardens of the Royal Pavilion, the seaside views from Brighton Pier, or a spot of souvenir shopping down The Lanes, brimming with unique independent shops and boutiques. Following some leisure time here we continue down the coast to Hove. Take in the newly unveiled Hove Plinth landmark, the Constellation statue, unveiled in April 2018 it's a celebration of the past and future of the town. After some leisure time here, we will return to the hotel.
Hastings – We make a visit to the popular resort of Hastings. Set in the heart of 1066 Country with the remains of William the Conqueror’s first English castle, Hastings is an historic town with many points of interests to see. Why not take a ride on the steepest funicular railway on the East Cliff Railway or visit St Clements Caves to learn about the smugglers that used to use this destination as a popular smuggling route.
Friday – This morning we say farewell to Eastbourne and the Langham Hotel. We return home making suitable stops en-route. On arrival back in Wiltshire your taxi will be waiting to take you home.
Langham Hotel, Eastbourne
The Langham Hotel is beautifully situated on Eastbourne’s magnificent seafront with spectacular views across the bay and towards the pier. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Hotel facilities include two bars, two lounges and a restaurant with amazing sea views. There is a lift to all bedrooms with some stairs to a selection of bedrooms.
• 4 nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
• Luxury coach travel
• Home pick-up
• Excursion and visits
• Entrance to Herstmonceux Castle