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Coach hire in beautiful Brighton!

Oct 12th, 2012 in category Sussex Coach Hire

Here at RDH we consider ourselves extremely fortunate. As our office is situated at the foot of the idyllic South Downs, we can nip around Sussex, pop up to London, or explore our beautiful home-city of Brighton – all in a day’s work. For the next few weeks, we’re going to use our brand new blog to highlight all the fantastic things there are to see and do (with a little help from a coach!) in sunny Sussex and beyond.

First up, Brighton!

Have you been to the seaside recently? An extremely popular destination all year round, we probably get more requests for coach hire to Brighton than any other location. It’s not only tourists, either; local schools, businesses and organisations come to us for Brighton coach hire because they know that we know the city inside out! Have you visited any of our Top 3 Brighton coach trip destinations?

  • The Sealife Centre – after a recent refurb, the Centre is looking better than ever but still retaining its slightly creepy Victorian glamour. Travel in the UK’s first glass bottomed boat, and walk through glass tunnels under the aquariums for a truly face-to-face experience with their fabulously fishy inhabitants.
  • Preston Manor – a beautifully preserved Edwardian manor house, Preston is open to the public all year round. Book online for their infamous Ghost Tour or an interactive Edwardian experience – our children still talk of school trips where they were taught to scrub floors and make beds in a truly Downton fashion!
  • The Komedia – Brighton’s go-to for comedy, music and all-round entertainment. The diverse and exciting array of events and excellent dining options make for the ideal “grown-up” night out. We wholeheartedly recommend enjoying their beautiful bar to the fullest, and relying on our trusty coach drivers to see you home!

We’d love to hear your suggestions, too – what would be in your Top 3? Why not give us a call today and discuss your next coach hire for a trip to Brighton!