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Situated along Royal Parade on Eastbourne’s magnificent seafront, the hotel has spectacular views across the bay towards the pier.
It is the town’s first and only AA four-star hotel, so you’re guaranteed a relaxing time in luxurious surroundings.
• Luxury coach travel to and from Eastbourne
• Half board accommodation for four nights
• Excursions to Battle, Brighton, Rye and Worthing
• Entertainment at the hotel
The hotel at a glance
• Accessible rooms
• En-suite bathroom
• Hair dryer
• Hospitality tray
From the Victorian pier and three-tier promenade, to a world-class marina and vibrant watersports centre, Eastbourne is both a classic and modern English seaside town.
A natural gateway to the South Downs, it attracts thousands of visitors looking to get away from it all. The coastal town is also a wonderful base to explore the glorious surrounding countryside and the Sussex coast.
DAY 1: After completing our local pick-up route we head towards Eastbourne, with suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route. Aiming to arrive at our hotel in good time to freshen up before dinner.
DAY 2: This morning the coach heads to Brighton. Dropping off on the seafront, there’s time to wander along the pier, shop in The Lanes and purchase a bit of lunch.
In the afternoon, it’s a short journey along the coast to Worthing for the delights of this classic British seaside town.
DAY 3: Today there is a free day to explore Eastbourne. From the Victorian pier and three-tier promenade to the quaint Victorian shopping streets of Little Chelsea and the boutiques in the Enterprise Centre – there’s lots to discover with the delights of this classic British seaside town.
DAY 4: Today starts in Rye. Perched on a hill, the medieval town of Rye is the sort of place you thought existed only in your imagination. It’s market day, so make sure you grab a bargain or two.
Later that day, we travel to Battle. This charming market town grew up around Battle Abbey and takes its name from the famous battle between England’s would-be rulers William Duke of Normandy and the Saxon King Harold.
DAY 5: We say a fond farewell to our hosts and make our way homeward with suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route.
THE STREET, RYARSH
KENT, ME19 5LQ
TEL: 01732 845656
FAX: 01732 221577