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EAST SUSSEX EASTBOURNE To find out more visit Victorian Eastbourne for Solos Escape on a break to Eastbourne that's exclusively for solo travellers 4 nights from 289 HALF BOARD All breakfasts and dinners One excursion Two evenings of entertainment Porterage in your hotel Cancellation rights l l l l l Excursion Guided tour of Brighton's Royal Pavilion (half day) l The Best Western York House Hotel QQQ This locally rated 3-star hotel is set in a splendid Victorian building. Relax with a good book in the lounge, take a dip in the indoor heated pool or chat with new-found friends on the open-air veranda. There will also be two evenings of entertainment where you can mingle with fellow solo travellers. Of the 78 tastefully-styled rooms, Saga guests stay in standard rooms with a television, telephone, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities and a hairdryer. In the elegant restaurant you can look forward to modern British dishes prepared with locally and ethically sourced ingredients wherever possible. Eastbourne Pier Beachy Head Royal Pavillion Enjoy a sociable short break in the quintessential seaside town of Eastbourne which has a stunning setting on England's south coast it's also known as the sunniest place in the UK, frequently topping sunshine records. Combine this with its blend of Victorian architecture and more modern attractions and it's no wonder visitors come back year after year. During your stay look forward to an included guided tour of Brighton's extravagant Royal Pavilion, King George IVs pleasure palace. It's a great opportunity to get to know your fellow solo travellers. Back in Eastbourne, you'll have plenty of time to explore the varied attractions. Perhaps take a stroll along the three-tier promenade to the pier with its classic boardwalk amusements and restored camera obscura through which you can admire 360-degree projections. There's shopping galore in the town centre's boutiques, quirky souvenir shops and big name stores while Eastbourne's artsy side is best displayed in the contemporary Towner Gallery. See the first buds of spring in the Princes Park's rose garden or venture a little further afield for the fantastic views from Beachy Head, the UK's highest chalk cliff. Keen walkers can amble across the clifftops of the Seven Sisters Country Park which lead to the quaint seaside town of Seaford. Of course, you may just want to sit by the marina and enjoy traditional fish and chips while watching the world saunter by. Brighton Pavilion It's hard to imagine a time when the Brighton Pavilion wasn't adding a touch of the exotic to Brighton's otherwise typical British seaside charms. Harder still to think that it actually began life as a typical farmhouse. Its fortunes were set to change though after the Prince of Wales, later King George IV, holidayed there in the 1780s while following the vogue of the time that led to the transformation of the English seaside, `dipping' in the invigorating sea. The farmhouse's first transformation was to a modest villa in 1787, known as the Marine Pavilion, which the prince filled with a fancy collection of chinoiserie. After he was declared Prince Regent, he commissioned John Nash to undertake its final transformation, to a pleasure palace in the flamboyant Indian-style for which it is now famous. Prices from: Apr 15, 2019 Oct 28 4 nights 309 289 Victorian Eastbourne for Solos - Best Western York House Hotel. Holiday code: AF998. All prices are s per person, including savings as advertised and are subject to availability. 22 Please quote UG337 Questions on an existing booking? Call FREE on 0800 056 5115 or visit