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Eastbourne, Brighton & Rye SAVE £50pp

Eastbourne, Brighton & Rye SAVE £50pp

Eastbourne, Brighton and Rye Summer Special

Sunday 18 July 2021 (5 Days)

OFFER... Book by Tuesday 6 April for £449 (Save £50pp)

Welcome to the UK's sunniest place.

Feel the energy of our endless blue skies, sweeping South Downs countryside, colourful art scene and warm sunshine, leaves you feeling re-energised, refreshed and invigorated.
Its old-fashioned sweet shops and prominent Victorian buildings will leave you with a nostalgic feeling, whilst its serene coastal views are simply beautiful.
Discover Eastbourne's shops from high street shops at The Beacon to the quaint Victorian shopping streets of Little Chelsea. Food With a View. Eastbourne is The 'Watering-hole of The South.' Dive into its oasis of eateries, bars and pubs that will quench and revive! Visit Eastbourne. Welcome to the UK's sunniest place.

Lewes A traditional historical market town.  In 1264 it was the site of the Battle of Lewes. The town's landmarks include Lews Castel, Lews Priory, the Bull House (the former home of Thomas Paine), Southover Grange and public gardens, and a 16th-century timber-framed Wealdon Hall House,  known as Anne of Cleves House.. 
We continue to Brighton, a popular vibrant colourful and creative seaside resort offering a wonderful mix of Regency heritage and specialist shops. It is famous for its unusual Royal Pavillion, Its’ cosmopolitan nature attracts all kinds of shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants - perfect to do a little shopping or to simply enjoy the coastal views across the pebbled beach!

Battle is a treasure trove of wonderful shops Battle in East Sussex The attractive town of Battle gets it name from the Battle of Hastings, which was fought between Harold the Saxon king and William the Conqueror in 1066. The battle was so significant it changed the course of English history.
A medieval citadel huddled against invaders and the sea, Rye reveals its history gently. Today it’s home to a myriad of art, curiosities and cosy pubs, as well as modern boutique hotels and contemporary restaurants serving the best Sussex has to offer, from land and sea. Built on smuggled secrets and timeless tales, Rye has nooks and crannies to explore and distant views across Romney Marsh  to ponder

Best Western York House Hotel: 

With an indoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi, York House has a stunning seafront position. It is less than 450 yards from the pier, and only 20 yards from the gently sloping beach.
The Victorian Best Western York House Hotel has been family-run since 1896. Eastbourne’s shops and theatres can be reached in around 10 minutes’ walk.
Guests can relax on the sea-view terrace, and enjoy cocktails. Drinks are also offered at Verandah Bar, and good food and wine is available in the dining room.


  • Coach from S Yorks (see departure points below)
  • 4 Nights at the Excellent Best Western York House Hotel
  • Sea-Front Location
  • Tea/Coffee on Arrival
  • 3 Course Choice Menu each Evening
  • Full English Breakfast each Morning
  • Use of Hotels Indoor Pool
  • Excursion to Brighton and Lewes
  • Excursion to Battle and Rye
  • Free Day in Eastbourne
  • Tour Manager
Adults: £499
Children:   £299 (age 3 - 11 yrs) sharing with 2 adults
Single Supplement:   £80 (double room, single occupancy)
Upgrade to a sea-view room:   £100 per room
Deposit:   £75
Balance Due: Friday 7 May 2021

Departure Points:   M1 Junc 36, Rotherham, Catcliffe, Sheffield, Norton and Chesterfield