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Delightful Eastbourne

Eastbourne can best be described as a truly traditional seaside resort. With its magnificent Victorian pier, a stunning promenade just perfect for a stroll and beautiful gardens to admire along the front. You can really get a feel for the area and its ties with its traditional ‘taking of the waters’. You will have chance to see these glorious gardens in Autumn

The Queens Hotel The Imperial Hotel

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The Queens Hotel

Located in Eastbourne's most central and lively location directly overlooking the pier
Superb Princes Suite with large dance floor, bar and entertainment most evenings
Attractive sun lounge with outstanding views of the sea and pier
Excellent function facilities
Two restaurants, one a magnificent room seating 180 and the other a smaller, more intimate room seating 50
Free WiFi in public areas
All 125 bedrooms have tea/coffee making facilities, internal telephone, hair dryer and Freeview TV with radio channels
All bedrooms have bath or shower and WC
Central heating throughout
Two lifts serve all bedrooms
Entire hotel, including all bedrooms, is a no smoking area

The Imperial Hotel

The Imperial is an impressive Victorian Hotel, full of character, situated at the end of Devonshire Place, across the road from the promenade and bandstand, perfect for an early evening stroll. The hotel offers a good standard of comfortable accommodation, relaxing lounge area and a large restaurant offering hearty, home cooked food.

Generous lounge space
Fully centrally heated throughout
All bedrooms have private facilities and W.C.
Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms
Complimentary tea & coffee replenished daily
Colour TV in all bedrooms
Lunch snacks available daily
Telephones in all bedrooms
Two Bars
Two lifts to all floors
Music for dancing
Entertainment most evenings in the Ballroom
Completely non smoking

Tour Highlights

Saturday – Travelling to Eastbourne stopping for a lunch break enroute at Windsor. Arriving at our hotel in the afternoon.
Sunday – A day of leisure to explore the area, maybe visit Beachy Head, Redoubt Fortress or simply sit and enjoy the beautiful gardens showcasing their springtime displays.
Monday – Our first stop today is Herstmonceux Castle Gardens and Grounds, set in a 300-acre estate, there is formal themed gardens and a 15th century moated castle. (admissions included) Onward to the English Wine Centre, a vineyard set very close to the village of Alfriston. Here we will be able to learn more about our British Wines and then take part in a tutored wine sampling. (admissions included)
Tuesday - One of the first preserved heritage lines in the country The Blue Bell Railway is our first stop today. The line has one of the finest collections of vintage steam trains and carriages. This wonderful railway takes you through some stunning landscapes, so sit back and let the train transport you to a bygone age. The line runs for over 22 miles and has been used many times for film and television, including Downton Abbey and Churchills Secret. In the afternoon, we visit Sheffield Park and Gardens. The parkland forms part of the huge Sheffield Park Estate, which has been a deer park and even a WWII camp. The River Ouse runs across the bottom edge, attracting vast arrays of wildlife including kingfishers, dragonflies and even birds of prey. The Gardens are centred around four lakes with paths circulating through the glades and wooded areas surrounding them. The dramatic Pulham Falls are simply divine. The displays of spring flowers including bluebells and hellebores should not be missed. (admissions included)
Wednesday – Travelling back with a lunchbreak enroute arriving early in the afternoon

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