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Festive Break In Eastbourne

Eastbourne can best be described as a truly traditional seaside resort. With its magnificent Victorian pier and a stunning promenade just perfect for a stroll. You can really get a feel for the area and its ties with its traditional ‘taking of the waters’. With its micro climate making everywhere seem just a little warmer it’s a perfect destination at any time of the year

Imperial Hotel Queens Hotel

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The Imperial Hotel - Eastbourne

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.

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

The Queens Hotel - Eastbourne

This grand Victorian hotel is ideally situated, overlooking the pier with its relaxed atmosphere, a great place to stay

Tour Highlights

Monday – Travelling to our hotel we will stop enroute at Windsor for a lunch break and some free time. Arriving early afternoon so you can relax before your evening meal.

Tuesday - A day of leisure for you to enjoy the delights of Eastbourne. Why not enjoy a walk along the coast or pier, visit the Towner Gallery, the Princes Park or the Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park.

Wednesday –The majestic town of Brighton is famous for its graceful Regency buildings and its Pavilion, an exotic iron domed Pavilion built by the Prince Regent. Visit its two piers, the BT i360 iconic tower or perhaps go shopping in ‘The Lanes’ an area of many small independent shops. Then onto Worthing a classic British Seaside town with a great heritage. From a fishing port, smugglers retreat and now considered to be one of the most creative places to live with Oscar Wilde and Jane Austin are just two of their famous creative residents.
Thursday – This morning we will visit Rye. Today is market day, so enjoy some free time in this medieval market town, with its enchanting streets and unhurried atmosphere. This afternoon we travel to the town of Battle, this is the site of William the Conqueror’s victory over Harold. The Abbey of St Martin was built by William the Conqueror after the battle, the high alter is believed to be on the place that Harold fell. The town itself has some wonderful Georgian buildings along the High Street a wonderful excuse to go shopping.
Friday - Travelling back with a lunch break enroute.



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