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					 Tour 13:                      Enjoyable Eastbourne
 16th November 2009 5 days (4nts) Price £230 (No Supplement)
             Holiday includes:                                             The Imperial Hotel
 Dinner, Bed & Breakfast ~ Home Pickup
  Service ~ 1 Day & 2 ½ Day Excursions                              16-32 Devonshire place, Eastbourne, East
                                                                             Sussex, BN21 4AH
                                     Eastbourne, of Saxon
                                     origin, is an unspoilt                      Tel: 01323 411043
                                     elegant Victorian                        www.holdsworthhotels.co.uk
                                     seaside resort.
                                     Nestling under the            The Imperial is an impressive Victorian hotel
                                     Sussex Downs it               situated at the seaward end of Devonshire Place, an
                                     enjoys a very clement         imposing tree-lined boulevard, less than fifteen
                                     climate all year round.
                                                                   minutes walk from the facilities and amenities in the
                                     It is protected from
                                     the more adverse
                                                                   town centre and across the road from the promenade
weather conditions from the Channel by the 575ft cliffs of         and the bandstand. The hotel offers a good standard
Beachy Head and is renowned for its exquisite Carpet and           of accommodation, spacious lounge areas and a
Italian Gardens. Eastbourne sits on the south coast of East        newly refurbished Majestic Restaurant all in a
Sussex between Brighton and Hastings, known as the                 dignified and tranquil ambience for the discerning
Empress of Watering Places; Eastbourne is the perfect              holidaymaker.
example of Victorian architecture and is the perfect
gateway to explore 1066 history, the ancient South Downs
Way and the fascinating Sussex Weald.

                       Itinerary
Day 1   We leave the Island and make our way to Eastbourne.
        We will make plenty of comfort stops en-route.

Day 2   The morning is free to relax and enjoy your resort. This
        afternoon we will have a trip around the area maybe nip
        into the lovely town of Hastings for some sightseeing.

Day 3   Our day tour takes in the beautiful surrounding area of
        Tunbridge Wells onto the pretty village of Battle.

Day 4   Our 2nd ½ day tour is a morning mystery market tour so
        you still have the afternoon to do that last minute
        shopping or sightseeing in your resort.                                        Facilities
                                                                                  En Suite Bedrooms
Day 5   Time to say goodbye to Eastbourne and make our way                   Tea & Coffee making facilities
        home.
                                                                                   Colour television
             We hope you have a lovely holiday.                                       Telephone
                                                                                 Two lifts to all floors
Thank you for travelling with Wightways Holidays and we hope
                        to see you again


            Please be aware this itinerary and its’ venues could be
                       subject to change at short notice.

				
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