· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL DIRECT FROM RUGBY
· 4 NIGHTS, 3 COURSE CARVERY DINNER, BED & ENGLISH BREAKFAST,
· ALL ROOM ENSUITE, COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Brighton including Morning Tea / Coffee & Partry at the Old Ship Hotel
(Compliments of Jamesway Travel) One of Britain’s oldest and most unconventional resorts, which manages to combine a traditional seaside charm with a Bohemian raffishness. Brighton Pier is one of Britain’s most visited attractions and has a vibrant atmosphere, the shingle beach is the perfect place to enjoy sun-bathing, ice-creams and traditional fish and chips. The eccentricity of the city is symbolised in the Royal Pavilion, commissioned by the exuberant Prince Regent, with its elaborate Indian-style domes and minarets. Brighton also boasts an eclectic range of shops, a lively café culture and a very busy arts scene. Churchill Square, the stylish indoor shopping centre is the place to find leading names alongside quaint individual outlets. The Lanes, a 17th Century shopping quarter is a popular choice with shoppers too; local shops and café culture thrive in North Laine.
· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Hastings and Rye, the town of Rye is reputed to be the best preserved medieval town in the UK
· FREE TIME IN EASTBOURNE
Staying at the 4* Langham Hotel, owned by The Kirby Family and enjoys sea views, live music and helpful, friendly staff, situated on Eastbourne’s seafront. Housed in a whitewashed 19th-century property, this upscale seafront hotel is a 2-minute walk from Redoubt Fortress & Military Museum and a 10-minute walk from Eastbourne Pier. Langham’s Conservatory Restaurant offers the delightful combination of appealing menus and panoramic views of Eastbourne’s coastline. Full English breakfast is served in the morning to provide a positive start to your day. Langham’s Bar is a place where guests can relax and admire the views, or enjoy the sea air on the terraces outside.
Eastbourne is an elegant & stylish seaside resort surrounded by magnificent countryside. The resort enjoys higher than average sunshine figures and the promenades and Carpet Gardens lining the beach are sheltered by the cliffs of Beachy Head. Good shops contribute to a good holiday and like the rest of the town, the shopping complex has been meticulously planned, with level streets and all within easy reach of each other. Night-time Eastbourne continues to entertain visitors - summer shows, concerts, ballet and opera, the Winter Gardens with its ballroom and dancing or alternatively there are plenty of amusements on the pier, old time music hall and much, much more.
DEPARTURE DATE: MONDAY 16th MAY 2022 £419.00