'Door to door'
Eastbourne is a town with grace that has something for everyone - a landscaped pedestrianised town centre, bordered by a large range of shops, a clean well managed beach and seafront renowned for its attractive three tier flower decked level promenade.
Breathe in that fresh sea air as you approach the beautiful coastal town of Eastbourne, famous for its lush rolling landscapes, stunning beaches and iconic chalk sea cliffs. Enjoy coastal breaks hunting for fossils with the kids, admire the sights of the seafront on a stroll along Beachy Head - the UK’s highest chalk sea cliff, or enjoy soaking up some rays at the seaside. But Eastbourne isn't just sun, sand and sea; head away from the beaches and explore the rolling hills, ancient woodlands and picture perfect villages within the South Down National Park.
We visit the ‘laid-back’ town of Midhurst with its real ‘country village feel’. Midhurst’s history dates back to the Medieval times. We also visit the seaside resort of Worthing.
A day exploring Battle & Rye.
We include a visit to Herstmonceux Castle & Gardens. A 300 acre estate including woodland, formal themed gardens and a 15th century moated castle. Herstmonceux Castle is one of the earliest examples of a brick built building in England. Our visit includes a castle tour as well as chance to explore the gardens.
We enjoy an excursion which takes us to Brighton, one of Britain’s liveliest cities which has a bohemian, artistic and eccentric atmosphere that can’t be found anywhere else in the UK. There’s elegant Regency architecture, museums, galleries, great shopping and stylish cafes, bars & restaurants.
On the February tour we include a visit to the seaside town of Worthing.
A day exploring Battle & Rye
Just a 1-minute walk from Eastbourne seafront and the Bandstand, Haddon Hall Hotel offers well-appointed rooms and an elegant restaurant offering traditional English and European dishes. This East Sussex hotel is around 5 minutes’ walk from Eastbourne Pier and provides free WiFi in the lounge and regular evening entertainment in the hotel ballroom.
All rooms have a flat-screen TV, wardrobe, tea and coffee facilities, and either an en-suite bath or shower.
The Haddon Hall Hotel in Eastbourne has been under the ownership and personal supervision of the Laughton family for over 25 years. During this time the hotel has developed a regular clientele many of whom return each year, some three or four times a year. A personal welcome awaits in a relaxed atmosphere with efficient service.
We are delighted that our many loyal guests have once again helped us to achieve a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence
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