Coach Holiday to Worthing
Offering something for everyone, get a real taste of Southern England with stunning scenery and outstanding locations combined with fabulous value and hospitality on this relaxing and reinvigorating holiday.
We travel South to Worthing with comfort stops enroute. You should arrive at your hotel with time for your tea and biscuits and to settle in before your evening meal.
This morning we visit St Mary's House and Gardens, There are five acres of beautiful gardens, with an exceptional example of the prehistoric Ginkgo Biloba 'living fossil' tree, amusing animal topiary, and 'Secret' Garden with original Victorian fruit wall and pineapple pits, beautiful rose garden, unusual circular English PoetryGarden, landscape water garden and Rural Museum. St Mary's is an enchanting historic 15th century timber-framed house, with magnificent gardens, and charming cottage-style tea rooms, in the picturesque award-winning downland village of Bramber, West Sussex ... a place of fascination and mystery. Then your driver will take you on a scenic tour of the South Downs National Park, From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park's landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Discover the white cliffs of Seven Sisters, rolling farmland, ancient woodland and lowland heaths or enjoy our 'picture perfect' villages, traditional country pubs or flourishing vineyards. Let the South Downs National Park subtly seduce you.
This morning we visit Arundel Castle, The seat of The Dukes of Norfolk and set in 40 acres of sweeping grounds and gardens, Arundel Castle has been open to visitors seasonally for nearly 200 years. It is one of the treasure houses of England, each having its own unique place in history and is home to priceless works of art. See the paintings and furniture, tapestries and stained glass, china and clocks, sculpture and carving, heraldry and armour in stunning room settings. The grounds, together with the keep and gatehouse, have been open to visitors since 1800 and the gardens since 1854. Today the stunning and inspirational walled gardens include the internationally renowned Collector Earl's Garden, The Stumpery; the hot and cool Herbaceous Borders with contrasting foliage plants; and the Cut Flower Garden and Organic Kitchen Garden that supply the Castle with fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers and much more. This afternoon time permitting, we visit Chichester, Chichester city centre's broad streets are packed with listed buildings, with the list headed by the towering presence of Chichester Cathedral, now home to a family of peregrine falcons who can be heard as they swoop over the city at dusk.
After breakfast we travel just up the coast to Eastbourne, Eastbourne is a great place if you want to experience English life. You can try fish and chips or take afternoon tea in one of the many tea rooms around the town. Over 18s can try English beer in a traditional English pub either in town or in the nearby countryside. In addition to the picturesque seafront, there are spectacular cliff top vistas, and historic country villages and country walks just a short bus ride away.
We have set aside today for you to enjoy Worthing, Worthing offers a wide choice of activities that will suit young and old, making every day and night a memorable one. Three theatres and two cinemas ensure there are always a wide variety of shows, films and concerts to see. Discover our local history by exploring the award winning Museum & Art Gallery with its superb costume & toy collections and delightful sculpture garden. Choose from a huge number of restaurants serving cuisine from all around the globe or enjoy the café culture with a selection of cafes and bars where you can sit and watch the world go by. Shop in the convenient town centre much of which is pedestrianised and plays host to a mix of both high street names and individual retailers.
Today we visit the neighbouring town of Brighton, Stretching out into the sea is the iconic, neon-lit Brighton Pier. Expect amusements, rides and invigorating ocean views. In the heart of the city, you'll find an extravagant pleasure palace fit for a king. Brighton Pavilion was built for King George IV, who had architect John Nash reimagine it into the domed Indian style palace you can see today. Brighton's colourful network of shopping streets known as The Lanes are awash with vintage gear, antiques and quaint cafes.
This morning we say goodbye to our hosts and travel back to Lincolnshire with comfort stops on the way.
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