As part of our programme we include trips to Brighton’s Royal Pavilion, with its interesting architecture, interior design and history, is a definite must see for any visitor to Brighton. As the name suggests it was once a Royal residence, but it is now a memorial to what makes Brighton great and why former Kings and Queens of England chose to take their holidays in Brighton.
Cream tea: depending on the weather cream tea in Rottingdean is one for everyone, sitting in the beautiful gardens of the Rottingdean library or the Old Cottage. If the weather is not as nice as it could be then the Mock Turtle in Brighton is place to be.
Brighton beach is a great place to relax in the afternoons, whether it be swimming in the sea, lounging on deck chairs, chilling out with friends or taking part in the watersports, Brighton beach has something to offer everyone. We offer kayaking as standard, however, stand up paddling (SUP), Donuting and windsurfing are optional extras that can be arranged.
We also organise other sporting activities from Beach Volleyball competitions to sports days in Preston park where we can play cricket, football, tennis, rugby and rounders. We also have a day playing Golf on the idyllic Rottingdean links 9-Hole course. Beyond that there are many sport facilities across Brighton including swimming pools, tennis, volleyball and basket ball courts.