Villages and Towns

Brighton. From iconic tourist attractions to beachfront cool, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Vibrant, colourful, fun and free, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea. It really is unique. From the stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the seaside fun of Brighton Pier, the Brighton Wheel and the famous pebble beach, Brighton offers something for every walk of life.


Chichester is one of the great well-preserved Georgian cities in the UK and is a great place for shopping. It’s pedestrianised city centre is neatly enclosed within the ancient city walls making it compact and easy to explore on foot. There are a large variety of shops including a combination of designer and high street stores alongside cafes and restaurants for that well-earned rest.


Guildford is one of the most attractive high streets in the country with its beautiful cobbled streets and historic buildings. It has a great selection of designer stores alongside well known department stores and a mixture of high street shops too accompanied by a vast range of cafes, restaurants and bars to help you relax when you need to take a well-earned break.


London. This diverse and exciting city has some of the world’s best sights and attractions in addition to the great shopping opportunities and West End Theatres. With so much to do, it’s hard to narrow down the long list of reasons to visit. See London from above on the London Eye, meet a celebrity at Madame Tussauds, examine some of the world’s most precious treasures at the British Museum or come face-to-face with the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum. It doesn’t matter how many times you visit, you’ve never seen it all in London. There’s always something new and different to experience every day in London.


Tunbridge Wells is the only spa town in the South East of England and owes its existence to the discovery of the Chalybeate Spring in 1606. It was once the playground of royalty and the aristocracy and became a rival to Bath and nearby Brighton. Much of the town’s historic past can be discovered by taking part in one of the local guided walking tours.