Starts in 7 Months, 11 Days
27th May 2021 All Day
It’s easy to see why Rye is considered one of the prettiest towns in England. It’s a positive delight wandering up and down Rye’s steep cobbled lanes. The medieval, Tudor and Georgian buildings have been beautifully preserved and there’s something interesting to look at around every corner.
Hastings is a town on the coast. It’s known for the 1066 Battle of Hastings, fought on a nearby field where Battle Abbey now stands. The Norman ruins of Hastings Castle, once home to William the Conqueror, overlook the English Channel. East along the shingle seafront of Stade beach, Hastings Fishermen’s Museum and Shipwreck Museum document maritime history. The Jerwood Gallery shows contemporary art and a visit to the Old Town is recommended.
PLEASE NOTE: This visit may not be suitable for those who are unsteady on their feet. Historic towns generally feature cobble streets and high inclines.
Pick Up Points:
08.00H Great Yeldham
08.07H Castle Hedingham
08.15H Sible Hedingham
Onwards to Rye
13.30H Depart Rye
Onwards to Hastings
16.30H Depart Hastings
This visit will adhere to all Government guidelines regarding social distancing. Masks will need to be worn on the vehicle at all times and temperature checks will be taken before you board the vehicle. Hand sanitiser will also be available prior to boarding the vehicle.
Full payment is required to secure your place.
All visits are subject to minimum numbers being met.
£37.00 inclusive of Executive Mini Coach travel to and from Sussex.