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Private Tour: Chartwell House Tour from London
"With a hotel pickup around 9am depending on your location this private tour sets off in a comfortable new Audi vehicle. Your guide and driver for the day oversees every aspect of all tours personally so you can be assured for a flexible and friendly professional service.We will arrive at Chartwell aroun some of which designed and created by Sir Winston Churchill himself. Around 11.30am you will get to go inside Chartwell House exploring the rooms and seeing the house as it was when the Churchill family lived here. During the visit there is the opportunity to see treasures and memorabilia from around the world that were gifted to the leader of the free-world.Chartwell H"""Enjoy a visit to the home of legendary Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. With a private guide/driver and in a comfortable Audi car
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Kent Vineyard Bike Tour
"This popular bicycle tour takes you zipping around the weald and Kent’s award winning vineyards. You have a choice of doing a tour starting at 10am or a self-guided hire at a time best suitable for you in which case your guide can also give advice on where to go where to eat and as well as provide maps. There will also be a number of local pubs where you can recharge your batteries.The vineyard tour covers at least two vineyards where you can have a tour and taste some of Kent's finest wines and sparklin the oldest vineyard in Kent the award winning Chapel Down and newly build Hush Heath.In addition to this you will cycle the quiet lanes of Kent through pretty villages and past farms castles and other attractions.Electric bikes are comfortable and reliable. If you have never used an electric bike before you use it exactly the same way as a pedal bike. The difference is that when you pedal
From GBP60.00
 
Kent Vineyard Bike Tour
"This popular bicycle tour takes you zipping around the weald and Kent’s award winning vineyards. You have a choice of doing a tour starting at 10am or a self-guided hire at a time best suitable for you in which case your guide can also give advice on where to go where to eat and as well as provide maps. There will also be a number of local pubs where you can recharge your batteries.The vineyard tour covers at least two vineyards where you can have a tour and taste some of Kent's finest wines and sparklin the oldest vineyard in Kent the award winning Chapel Down and newly build Hush Heath.In addition to this you will cycle the quiet lanes of Kent through pretty villages and past farms castles and other attractions.Electric bikes are comfortable and reliable. If you have never used an electric bike before you use it exactly the same way as a pedal bike. The difference is that when you pedal
From GBP60.00

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White Horse Hotel-Bar/Restaurant

The White Horse Hotel is situated in Rottingdean, East Sussex. I can talk only about the bar because I just passed by to have a beer and look at the sea. The view is magnificent and it was very...
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Apr 04, 2011

The Plough

The Plough is famous for it's live Irish Music Session every Sunday at 4. Good drink and food are also available.
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Apr 18, 2005
 
 
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The Marina

Covering over 126 acres (some of the wet) the building of Brighton Marina began in 1971. it was always a contentious project with locals eho were quick to note that very few of them owned yachts or...
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Monk's House

The gardens of the Virginia Woolf's cottage is fairly big as in 1928 they have bought an adjoining field so they would prevent the astonishing views they had over Mount Caburn. With three quarters...
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Saint Peter's Church

The ancient village church of Saint Peter it was built in the 12th century but upon this one another it was in its place since the Norman Conquest. The church it belongs to the church of England and...
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Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion started as a modest lodging owned by George, the then Prince of Wales in 1787 and with the architect Henry Holland it was transformed into a neo-classical villa known as the Marine...
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Doughnut Groyne

The Doughnut looking sculpture that a special groyne was built for it is on the right hand side of Brighton Pier, and its actually called Afloat, which is the creation of East Sussex artist Hamish...
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Steve Ovett Statue

The statue of Steve Ovett the Olympian is located at the seafront but not where the arches are but on the left hand side of the pier. I don't think this side is very popular with day trippers as is a...
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