Enjoy a relaxing weekend retreat in Eastbourne staying at the fantastic Best Western York House Hotel, situated in a stunning seafront position just 400 yards from Eastbourne Pier. Our itinerary will include free time in Eastbourne, a visit to cosmopolitan Brighton and a reserved centre court seat at Devonshire Park for an afternoon of live tennis at the Nature Valley International Eastbourne.
Friday We depart and travel to Eastbourne. On arrival at the Best Western York House Hotel, the remainder of the day will be free to explore. This evening enjoy a three course evening meal.
Saturday Following breakfast, the coach will make the short one-way transfer to Devonshire Park and the Nature Valley International. The British tennis tournaments represents the start of the grass court season. Some of the best players in the world grace the courts of Eastbourne and this is a great chance to see existing and future champions at this event. Your ticket gives you entrance
and a reserved seat in centre court. Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis. You will be required to make your own way back to the hotel on completion of the tournament.
Sunday Today we enjoy a visit to Brighton. From the stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the seaside fun of the Pier, Brighton offers something for everyone. .
Monday We depart after breakfast and return home.
This elegant Victorian hotel boasts a stunning seafront position just 400 yards from Eastbourne pier, 20 yards from the beach and a 10 minute walk from the town centre. All bedrooms are en-suite with television, telephone, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Additional facilities include a lounge bar and restaurant. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool. Lift to all floors with steps to some bedrooms. The hotel is 100% non-smoking.
Your ticket gives you entrance and a reserved seat in centre court to see the Women's Final, Women's Doubles Final & Men's Final. Wilfreda Beehive do not accept any responsibility in the event of any change to the playing schedule.