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Delightful Eastbourne & The Sussex Coast

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. The beaches of Eastbourne are vest and award winning with plenty of seats for you to simply sit and admire the views.


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The Imperial Hotel is situated at the end of Devonshire Place, with the bandstand and the promenade across the road making it just perfect for a stroll.


This regency styled hotel set on the esplanade, opposite the band stand and just a short walk into the town centre. The hotel has a lovely garden at the rear, with a conservatory bar and restaurant.

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1 – Enjoy a leisurely drive with a lunch break on route, arriving at our hotel in the afternoon.

DAY 2 –  We will visit Brighton where you will be able to see the newest attraction the British Airways I360 tower or visit the Royal Pavilion. An exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with this visual style of India and China. In the afternoon we will travel to 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 the famous creative residents.

DAY 3- A day of leisure to enjoy Eastbourne. Maybe take a stroll and see some beautiful VIEWS OF Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliffs in the UK. Alternatively, you could visit the Redoubt Fort, built to keep the Napoleonic armies out of Britain, it now tells the story of over 200 years of naval history. Just a short walk in sheltered location at the western most end of Eastbourne is the Italian Gardens, with a quiet place to simply enjoy the Views.

DAY 4  - Today we visit Rye, perched on a hill, this medieval town is so charming with its unhurried streets which holds many treasures. Luxury shops, antiques and artisan goods are all together on cobbled streets along narrow passageways. There are buildings from Medieval Tudor and Georgian periods all mixed together, even the sea is a little wayward, having stranded the town many years ago. Afterwards we travel to Battle which was 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 excuse to go shopping. Hastings has the largest beach launched fishing fleet in Europe, and the remains of the first castle built by William the Conqueror.

DAY 5 – As we travel back we will stop on route for a lunch break arriving back in the afternoon.


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