Popular Eastbourne is a lovely, elegant seaside town sheltered by the rolling expanse of the South Downs and the towering cliffs of Beachy Head. It enjoys a remarkably mild and sunny climate, therefore earning its reputation as the ‘Suntrap of the South’, even at this time of year, if we’re lucky! Noted for its cleanliness, beautiful carpet gardens, the attractive three miles of splendid, flat promenade and, of course, the pier.
The Langham Hotel family run AA four-star hotel with an excellent location on the seafront of Eastbourne looking across the bay towards the Pier. It is just a short walk to the pier, town and amenities with a bus stop directly opposite the hotel providing services running along the coast and into town. The Langham Hotel has been awarded an AA Rosette for Fine Dining for the past 9 years in a row. All of the 77 en-suite bedrooms have a TV, hairdryer, telephone, hospitality tray and Wi-Fi. The hotel has a lift that serves all 5 floors.
Monday From your front door to the Club Class coach for the drive south to Eastbourne. Arriving mid-afternoon we have time to relax before dinner.
Tuesday Today we travel to beautiful Regency Brighton where we have time to explore the wonderful architecture including breath-taking Brighton Pavilion and the Crescent plus the pier and of course the marvellous shopping centre. We include a flight to the skies and see Sussex as you have never seen it before. Glide up slowly to 450 feet high to enjoy breath-taking 360 degree views of up to 26 miles from the world’s first vertical cable car, conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the creators of the London Eye Later after time for lunch and a good stay we travel via the South Downs, through lovely scenery before returning to our hotel.
Wednesday This morning we have an enjoyable excursion first to lofty Beachy Head then through the lovely Cuckmere Valley villages, including East Dean, the very charming village of Alfriston where we spend some time, before returning to Eastbourne for an afternoon at leisure.
Thursday Our final day excursion takes us east through Hastings to Rye with its cobbled streets, quaint buildings and famous Thursday market. Our return is through the Rother Levels to spend time in historic Battle scene of the 1066 battle that changed the course of English history.
Friday We depart mid-morning for the leisurely journey back through Kent via Tenterden and Biddenden to our home area, arriving mid-afternoon.
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