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Day 1

We depart the local area and travel to Hever castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and Mother of Elizabeth I. The Castle is a romantic double moated 13th century castle, which houses historic 16th century portraits, paintings, furniture, tapestries and treasures. In the gardens you will be able to enjoy one of the finest displays of more than 5,000 roses. We arrive at the 4* Crowne Plaza Felbridge in time for dinner.


Day 2

This morning we enjoy a visit to Borde Hill Garden, set within 383 acres of heritage listed Parkland, this paradise for plants captivates and delights visitors with a series of intimate living 'Garden rooms'. Beyond the formal Garden, visitors can explore the historic Woodland, the South Park with tranquil lakes, and enjoy outstanding views across the Sussex High Weald. This afternoon we visit Wakehurst: Kew's wild botanical garden. Discover beautiful ornamental gardens, temperate woodlands, striking valleys, vast meadows and wetlands, as well as a nature reserve teeming with wildlife. Wakehurst is also home to the world's largest wild seed conservation project, the Millennium Seed Bank.


Day 3

Today we visit Brighton, with time to explore the Regency town at leisure, famous for the Brighton Pavilion and the labyrinth of antiques shops in "The Lanes".


Day 4

Today we head to the Bluebell Railway to enjoy a journey through the beautiful Sussex countryside, we then enjoy a visit to Sheffield Park & Gardens (NT). Originating in the 18th century and developed by each subsequent owner, this garden of colour, perfume and sound excites your senses as you enjoy winding paths, majestic trees, ponds and dappled glades. Falls, cascades and bridges are integral to the garden design.


Day 5

Today we visit Penshurst Place. Built in 1341 and described as "the grandest and most perfectly preserved example of a fortified manor house in all England", the stately home and gardens were once used as a hunting lodge for King Henry VIII, and now feature opulent staterooms that have been showcased in popular TV and film productions. The Solar, Queen Elizabeth Room and Long Gallery to name but a few, contain a collection of beautiful family portraits from across the centuries, antique furniture, skilfully crafted tapestries and much, much more. We return home late afternoon.



Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note some pick up points may not be served on all departure dates.