Covering both coast and the South Downs National Park, encompassing hills, harbours, farmland and market towns.
The green rolling pastures, wide open spaces, ancient woodlands and river valleys of the National Park offer a landscape as diverse as it is breath-taking. Immerse yourself in all the National Park has to offer – from star-studded skies to wine tasting at a vineyard on the south-facing slopes; from a geocaching `treasure hunt` to a family cycle on a converted railway line; from tasting local food and drink in a country pub, to stopping off for afternoon tea in a picturesque village.
Map of Sussex
Eastbourne has always been one of the UK’s most popular seaside resorts. In Victorian times, people travelled from across the country to relax on the sandy beach – and the Victorian pier is very much in operation to this day! The Shore View Hotel is the ideal base to explore Eastbourne during the summer months.…Continue Reading