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Eastbourne is busting with so many things to do and see; there are plenty of attractions and fun things to do for all ages such as The Victorian Pier, which was built in the 1870s, explore the areas history by visiting the 1066 castle and the museum and art galleries. You can relax and unwind by visiting its magnificent award winning beaches and enjoy the fantastic views.


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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—Entertainment is provided at this hotel

Albany Lion Hotel—Eastbourne

Situated in a prime position on the Eastbourne seafront, close to theatres and 5 minutes walk to the town centre. The Hotel has a high reputation for its friendly and welcoming service. All bedrooms have en suite facilities and feature a flat screen TV, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, towels and hospitality tray—Entertainment may be provided at this hotel depending on numbers.

Excursion 1. Today we visit Rye, perched on a hill, this medieval town is so charming with its unhurried streets that hold 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 We then visit Hastings, which has undergone extensive regeneration in recent years.

Excursion 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 the 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, Oscar Wilde and Jane Austin were just two of the famous creative residents

Excursion 3— 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 is a 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. We then continue to Carr-Taylor Vineyard, where we enjoy information and entertaining tour of the vines and winery (Admission included)


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