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Bognor Regis has been a seaside fishing settlement since Anglo Saxon times. It became a fashionable resort in the reign of Geroge III and has been frequented by royalty on numerous occasions. The resort is flat and has an excellent promenade walk. There is a pier and a delightful park- Hotham Park, which boasts a narrow gauge railway, putting green, crazy golf, tennis court and boating lake. On the beach between Bognor Regis and Aldwick lies the wreck of a floating pontoon – part of the Mulberry Harbour which was destined to be towed across to Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944 and was washed up on the beach shortly after D-Day. the beach is predominantly pebbly but the water is clean and the quality of the light often remarkable. Inland, the scenery is quintessentially English with the splendour of the South Downs, England’s newest National Park, very close at hand.


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Royal Norfolk Hotel—Bognor Regis

Just a few minutes’ walk from Bognor Regis Pleasure Pier, the Royal Norfolk Hotel commands a beachfront position with far-reaching views over the English Channel. All rooms come with an en-suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV, and tea/coffee-making facilities. Light and airy, with a neutral decor, many rooms have uninterrupted sea views.

Excursions 1— We will visit Brighton where you will be able to see the newest attractions, the British Airways i1360 tower, or visit the Royal Pavilion, an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. 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 where Oscar Wilde and Jane Austin are just two of most famous creative residents.

Excursions 2— Today we travel to the nearby Historic Dockyard of Portsmouth (admission include) , with HMS Victory and Henry VIII’s Mary Rise, just two of the ships in dock. The birthplace of Charles Dickens and home to Arthur Conan Doyle and Rudyard Kipling. You could take a harbour cruise, with many fascinating views, one being the navy base, usually with several ships on dock. There is so much to do with interesting possibilities including shopping at the Gunwharf Quay or a trip up the amazing Spinnaker Tower.


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