The prime Edwardian seaside resort of Eastbourne features traditional aspects of the Great British Summer Holiday: delightful seafront gardens, a promenade, extensive beaches, bandstands and a cheerfully painted pier from the dance hall days.
The 13th Century romantic setting of double-moated Hever Castle, the residence of Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves, beguiles with charming displays of award-winning gardens, mazes and fountains Inside prepare to meet the formidable ancestors displayed in 16th Century portraits and to see their wealth of possessions, from tapestries
to family treasures.
A journey of history and culture follows as we head over to a guided tour of the Royal Pavilions.
This jaw-dropping, richly decorated Pavilion is truly awe-inspiring and fittingly so as it was formally residence for royalty.
Head down to Brighton afterwards and scurry down to the beach and pier, basking in the early summer sun.
Should you wish to indulge in some shopping, then youll find Brightons streets are packed full with a treasure trove of independent shops and big-name stores.
Leisurely awaken in Eastbourne town and do as you please, with breath-taking scenery and a gorgeous pebble beach youre spoilt for choice.
Entrance to Hever Castle.
Guided tour of the Royal Pavilions.
A day at leisure in Eastbourne.
Leisure time in Brighton.
4 nights hotel stay on half board.
Helpful, friendly staff await your arrival at this comfortable seafront hotel.
The Langham Restaurant boasts great food and excellent service whilst
the Conservatory Restaurant has recently been awarded a prestigious AA Rosette for fine dining.
The hotel has a lift.
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