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including visits to Beachy Head country Park, the historical village of Rottingdean (St Margaret’s Church and Kipling’s Gardens) and The Royal Pavilion in Brighton.
Our tour starts in a seaside town Eastbourne.
First stop – Beachy Head - the UK's highest iconic and dramatic white chalk headland in East Sussex. Rising to 162 metres above sea level, it is certainly one of the most beautiful landscapes in the country!
Next - St Margaret’s Church – a beautiful Grade II Parish Church in a coastal village Rottingdean. This 12th century church is famous for its Burne-Jones windows. The seven stained glass windows were made by William Morris from the designs of the artist Sir Edward Burne-Jones and are acknowledged to be some of their finest work.
Kipling Gardens in Rottingdean - named after the village's most famous resident, 'Jungle Book' writer Rudyard Kipling, these delightful gardens are full of rustic village charm. Surrounded by flint walls, Kipling Gardens is a great example of a traditional English garden.
Last but not least – Brighton – without doubt Britain’s most colourful and outrageous coastal city! Together with the famous Brighton Pier, the sightseeing highlight is the Royal Pavilion, a 19th-century exotic palace built by the Prince Regent, who kicked off Brighton’s love of the outlandish.
This historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.