· EXECUTIVE COACH DIRECT FROM RUGBY
· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED AND BREAKFAST
· ALL ROOMS EN-SUITE WITH COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.
· ONE DAY EXCURSION: Calling at Battle, named after the most famous conflict on English soil, this compact market town grew up alongside the battleground, tranquil medieval abbey and surrounding ancient woodlands — largely unchanged to this day. Then to Great Dixter House & Gardens which was the family home of gardener and gardening writer Christopher Lloyd. One of the pleasant features about the gardens is that they lie all around the house. Make a circuit of the gardens and you have made a circuit of the house exterior. Each has good views of the other. Great Dixter is made up of three houses, one built here in the mid-15th century with slightly later additions, the second a yeoman’s house from Benenden, across the border in Kent, built in the early 16th century and moved here in 1910, and the third combines the two with additional accommodation, completed in 1912. A guide is on hand in each room to explain the house’s history and answer questions (Entrance Included).
· ONE DAY EXCURSION: We head down the coast and visit the ‘Ancient Town’ of Rye. You’ll have free time to explore the quirky streets and this historic town. Calling at Hastings so you can sample the ‘Sister’ resort to St. Leonard’s.
· ONE DAY FREE TIME AT YOUR LEISURE so you can explore the resort of St. Leonard’s at your own pace.
Staying at The 3* Royal Victoria Hotel which is situated on the seafront in the heart of St. Leonards. The hotel was built in 1828 and is filled with stunning period features, antique furnishings and a breath taking Grade II listed marble staircase with 22ft mirror, which leads to the welcoming Piano Lounge and Bar, 52 elegant bedrooms with full amenities. Lift serves all floors.
DEPARTURE DATE: MONDAY 30th MAY 2022 £419.00