Are you a chocolate fiend? If Easter this year doesn’t satisfy your chocolate cravings, then why not head down to Brighton for a Chocolate Walking Tour by Chocolate Ecstasy Tours.

Chocolate Ecstasy Tours were founded in 2005, a time when most people’s spam filters wouldn’t allow the word “ecstasy” through. The guides are a vibrant group of avid chocoholics that are waiting to show you a whole different side to Britain’s cities and their relationship with chocolate!

The tours are stuffed with fascinating snippets of history and obscure facts even the locals haven’t heard before. For many people this can actually be their favourite part of the tour as each location is researched in thorough detail before a tour takes place to ensure there is a large variety of interesting local lore and history to keep you entertained!
It’s Chocolate Ecstasy Tours’ guarantee that even the hungriest chocolate fanatics will leave them feeling full. If not, they’ll make sure you get more! Each stopping point is allocated specific chocolate types and amounts to ensure the tour flows smoothly, although some people do start to struggle towards the end!

Chocolate Tours aren’t about gluttony, in fact, it’s possible you’ve eaten more before. However, the chocolate you are given to taste is of the highest quality, and much more satisfying than the candy bars in your local supermarket.

The tour guides are specially handpicked for their love of chocolate and their fun and enthusiastic personalities, ensuring you have a great time with them on your tour. This includes adapting the tour for people with intolerances, dislikes, or physical difficulties, to make sure everyone can have an amazing time.
The Brighton walking tour involves three hours of mouth-watering fun, visiting Brighton’s most innovative chocolate boutiques, and tasting their luxurious wares. Including, of course, Brighton’s sea salted caramels! Probably the Chocolate Ecstasy tour offering the most variety, not only will you be tasting chocolate, but macaroons, cake, and gelato too!

After exploring all that Brighton has to offer, a car will take walkers to Hove nearby, to learn about some of the oldest chocolate recipes in England….and eat even more! Many guests stay for a while in Hove after the tour to sample the quirky independent cafes and bakeries it has to offer.

 

How To Book A Tour

Price: £33. Includes hot chocolate, expert guide, in-store sampling, VIP shopping discounts, and transport to Hove.

Meeting Point: Outside 103 Gloucester Road, Brighton BN1 4AP

Dates: Tours start at 10am on some Saturdays and some weekdays at 2pm; on request for private tours. Tours must be booked online in advance.

See www.chocolateecstasytours.com/calendar to book or contact Jennifer Earle to request a tour date. Private tours can be arranged for birthdays and hen parties etc.

Contact: Jennifer Earle, tours@chocolateecstasytours.com or call 0203 4321 306
www.chocolateecstasytours.com

Most dietary intolerances can be catered for with advance notice.

 

Why not spend a decadent few hours at this infamous coastal town with Chocolate Ecstasy Tours, and get chocolate-ed out?  After all, chocolate is scientifically proven to make people happy! The perfect way to spend your holiday in the south east, and just a simple train ride from Gatwick, nearby home to Gable End Guest House
After stuffing yourself with all that chocolate, you’re sure to need a lie down! Let Gable End provide a comfy bed in an en-suite room, and wake up to our complimentary full English every morning. Give us a try and book Gable End for your stay.

 

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