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The 3* Derwent Hotel the bedrooms are located over 4 floors, lift access, drinking and dining in the Derwent is an informal affair. Enjoy a wide selection of tasty dishes on both the breakfast and dinner menus, served in the bright and cheerful restaurant. Situated in the heart of Torquay, it makes a wonderful touring base for the delightful scenery and attractions of Devon and Cornwall. Enjoy two excursions and a free day to explore Torquay. The resort consists of four hotels, all of which have easy access to the centrally located leisure facilities including a spa, gym and pool. Excursions include Dartmouth which is a magical place with its own unique sense of style. Whoever you are and however you enjoy spending time, it’s a love affair with Dartmouth that brings you back every time. Explore winding Elizabethan streets with independent shops, art galleries. Enjoy gourmet restaurants bistros, bars, and cosy cafes.

DEPARTURE DATE: Monday 23rd July 2018   £319.00


Staying at the 3* Tinto House Hotel, nestled in five acres of stunning gardens within the breath-taking countryside of the Scottish Borders, this traditional country house hotel is the perfect setting for a short break or for creating memories to last a lifetime. Built in 1914, it has retained a respectful eye toward the grandeur and charm of the past, while also embracing the conveniences of the modern age. Throughout Tinto Hotel, stunning architectural details, such as the majestic sweeping staircase with ornate stained-glass windows, and remarkable period pieces, like the penny farthing bicycle and grandfather clock, sit comfortably beside the numerous touches of tasteful modernisation. Relax and enjoy the appealing ambience of a bygone era and comforted by the convenience of the most up-to-date amenities.

The hotel offers home cooked food and scenic views. It is situated close to where the Scottish Borders meets South Lanarkshire, in the village of Symington. Just a few miles from the charming market town of Biggar. Excursions include travelling through beautiful Borders country with a stop at 15th century Rosslyn Chapel. Afternoon visit to Edinburgh. To Ayr for some sea air, afterwards we visit Dumfries House one of Britain’s finest stately homes with sumptuous interiors and furnishings. Scenic journey through the Trossachs visiting Callander, Aberfoyle, and Loch Lomond.

(all admissions included).

DEPARTURE DATE: Sunday 29th July 2018   £339.00


Staying at the 3* Best Western Royal Victoria Hotel which is perched on the picturesque seafront in the heart of St Leonards, giving you the chance to enjoy sweet dreams and sea air! Just a brisk walk along from the hotel, you’ll find Hastings centre, with cobbled streets in the Old Town, the Fisherman’s Museum on the Stade, the Smugglers Adventure, the 1066 Story in Hastings Castle and Hastings Pier. However, if you simply want to take time out at this elegant Victorian hotel, our renowned Sea Terrace Restaurant, delightful Piano Bar and banqueting facilities with views across the English Channel. Excursions include, a visit to the ‘Ancient Town’ of Rye. You’ll have the morning free to explore the quirky streets and this historic town. Then a visit to the family owned and run Carr Taylor Vineyard near Hastings. The first British Vineyard to produce ‘English Champagne’! You’ll enjoy a tour, then a sit-down and sampling their fine wines plus tea/coffee and

cake. Lastly we call in at Hastings on our way back so you can sample the ‘Sister’ resort to St. Leonard’s.

DEPARTURE DATE: Monday 30th July 2018   £319.00





· ENROUTE EXCURSION: To historic Durham, at the heart of the county.  When you’re in the area, a visit to the fine Norman Cathedral and Castle are a must, regarded as one of the most outstanding ecclesiastical experiences in Europe. These buildings clearly demonstrate the Norman influence, & forms a much admired World Heritage Site.

· ONE HALF DAY EXCURSION: Afternoon “Quayside to Sea” cruise on the River Tyne, downriver to the mouth of the Tyne. The ‘Quay to Sea’ 3 hour cruise is a fantastic way to see the changing face of the River Tyne from the best vantage point in town. The cruise takes you under the magical Gateshead Millennium Bridge which opens especially for the cruise to enjoy the panorama of the Tyne Gorge before returning downriver as far as the river mouth. On your cruise you will see the legendary shipyards of Tyneside, the International Ferry Terminals, the Port of Tyne, the Fish Quay and the great views, including Tynemouth Castle and Priory, the memorial to Admiral Lord Collingwood and the beautiful sandy beaches of South Shields. The cruise turns at the piers, where seals and dolphins are regularly seen and returns to Newcastle’s Quayside. (cruise fare included)

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: TO BEAMISH MUSEUM, Beamish stands in 300 acres of beautiful County Durham countryside. Within our site you will find Pockerley Old Hall, The town, Rowley Station, The Fairground, Home Farm and the Pit Village. With so many things to see, Beamish is a wonderful day out for people of all ages. Each area of the Museum tells the story of Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian living. You can see how life in North East England changed over the 100 years, from a Georgian Agricultural lifestyle to the Industrial Revolution (entrance included)


Staying at the 4* Copthorne Hotel Newcastle - Unique city centre hotel in Newcastle’s Quayside. Located in Newcastle Quayside, right in the heart of this vibrant city, Copthorne Hotel Newcastle is the perfect base from which to explore. With 156 rooms, all overlooking the River Tyne, this classic hotel has a spacious feel, and the Quay 7 Restaurant, serves delicious British and international fare, and boasts a gorgeous waterfront view. Unwind in the peaceful Quayside area, offering its own shops, restaurants and nightlife, just a short stroll to the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

DEPARTURE DATE:    MONDAY 6th AUGUST 2018   £329.00


Staying at the Royal Grosvenor Hotel, a 1-minute walk from the sea, the family run Royal Grosvenor Hotel in Weston-Super-Mare offers en suite rooms and Wi-Fi. Many rooms have sea views and a balcony, and the hotel offers a buffet breakfast. Each room has a TV, telephone and tea and coffee facilities, bathroom has a shower or bath and hairdryer. Buffet breakfast is served in the large dining room. The hotel also has a bar which is open until late in the evening.

Weston retains much of its original charm. There are still the lines of limestone houses, the beautiful parks, the new pier and, of course, the sands with its famous donkeys.  Weston attractions including the Playhouse Theatre and the Weston-super-Mare Museum are within a 10-minute walk of this hotel. Excursions include an enroute visit to Gloucester Docks & retail shopping outlet area. To Sheppys Cider Farm including Museum Tour & tea/coffee followed by a visit to the village of Cheddar famous for its cheese and Gorge. An enroute visit exploring the historic waterfront of Bristol, where you can visit the iconic steamship SS Great Britain and take a city docks tour of Bristol’s floating harbour, with the rest of the day to explore at your leisure (optional entrances and fare not included).

DEPARTURE DATE: Friday 10th August 2018 £239.00


Staying at The 4* Old Ship Hotel With parts dating back as far as 1559, The Old Ship is Brighton’s most historic hotel, seamlessly combining modern design with the building’s original period features. Its iconic seafront location lends itself to stunning panoramic sea views, alongside excellent accessibility to local attractions and unique event facilities that make the hotel a perfect choice. A short distance from the remarkable Brighton Pavillion, Brighton Pier and the Lanes Shopping Centre, The Old Ship provides an excellent base for exploring this dynamic seaside city. With 154 beautiful en-suite guest rooms, a state-of-the-art residents’ gym and its very own Steak On Sea Restaurant overlooking the beach, you don’t need to leave the hotel to make your stay any more memorable.

Brighton is one of Britain’s oldest and most unconventional resorts, which manages to combine a traditional seaside charm with a Bohemian raffishness. Brighton Pier is one of Britain’s most visited attractions and has a vibrant atmosphere, the shingle beach is the perfect place to enjoy sun-bathing, ice-creams and traditional fish and chips. The eccentricity of the city is symbolised in the Royal Pavilion, commissioned by the exuberant Prince Regent, with its elaborate Indian-style domes and minarets. Brighton also boasts an eclectic range of shops, a lively café culture and a very busy arts scene. Churchill Square, the stylish indoor shopping centre is the place to find leading names alongside quaint individual outlets. The Lanes, a 17th Century shopping quarter is a popular choice with shoppers too; local shops and café culture thrive in North Laine with tables spreading out into the middle of Gardener Street.

The new attraction in Brighton is The British Airways i360 which is a 162-metre observation tower on the seafront of Brighton, near to the remains of the West Pier. Maybe take a voyage to the skies and see Sussex like you have never seen before. Visitors will glide up slowly to 450 feet in a futuristic glass viewing pod to enjoy breathtaking 360 degree views.

DEPARTURE DATE:  MONDAY 13th AUGUST 2018   £329.00


The Royal York & Faulkner Hotel enjoys an unrivalled position on Sidmouth’s esplanade and adjacent to the picturesque town centre. The Spacious ground floor offers three beautifully appointed lounges, an elegant lounge bar, over looking the sea and esplanade. The restaurant retains traditional high standards of silver service with menus combining the best of both modern and classic cuisine. Many of the well appointed bedrooms enjoy sea views. The ”Aspara” includes a hydrotherapy pool, steam cabin, sauna and a range of relaxing rejuvenating, holistic and spa treatments.

Sidmouth is a unique unspoilt floral town by the sea a resort with a difference. Well tended parks and floral displays in abundance, pretty beaches, small shops offering quality goods and a wealth of interesting architecture from Regency buildings to thatched roofs. The town nestles comfortably between Salcombe and Peak Hills.

DEPARTURE DATE:  MONDAY 20th AUGUST 2018   £399.00


Staying at the Osbourne Hotel, the hotel itself is ideally situated to explore Ilfracombe. The Tunnels Beaches within

1 minute walk away and the Landmark Theatre and seafront just a short 5 minute walk. The heritage Harbour & Quay are all on a level walk from the hotel. The Hotel has been owned by the Cox family for over 36 years. Initially four Victorian terraced houses; it was turned into a hotel in 1850. Ilfracombe and the North Devon coast is renowned for the unique character and spectacular scenic beauty. The coastline offers dramatic headlands pebble and sandy beaches accessible by numerous coastal paths, many of which are preserved by the National Trust. Excursions include, Bideford and Bude. starting the day by heading to the historic port of Bideford, across the bridge that spans the River Torridge, to the busy quay, where you will have free time to explore. Then onto the seaside resort of Bude with its golden beaches.

DEPARTURE DATE: Friday 24th August 2018   £179.00


The hotel is located on the grand parade, Eastbourne’s prime seafront position. Eastbourne is an elegant & stylish seaside resort surrounded by magnificent countryside. The resort enjoys higher than average sunshine figures and the promenades and Carpet Gardens lining the beach are sheltered by the cliffs of Beachy Head. You will have free time to explore Eastbourne. Excursions include Brighton with its designer boutiques and shops in the historic “Lanes” shopping area where you can browse through the maze of twisting little alleyways with quirky little shops selling everything from antiques & jewellery to designer labels. The Royal Pavilion and its distinctive architecture.

DEPARTURE DATE: Monday 27th August 2018   £339.00


Staying at the Tynedale Hotel, one of Llandudno’s premier 3 star hotels, from the moment you enter the Tynedale you will be greeted by the welcoming and professional staff, the hotel has gained a reputation for its fine cuisine the hotel is ideally situated on sea front in a level position on the famous promenade, with easy access to all the delights Llandudno has to offer.

LLANDUDNO is very justly proud of its reputation as the queen of the North Wales resorts, with its mild sunny climate, two wonderful beaches, wonderfully preserved Victorian architecture,  pier, gardens, dry -ski slope, Edwardian tramway, a modern cabin lift, superb panoramic views from the Great Orme the summit of Llandudno’s striking headland. Llandudno - how seaside towns were meant to be,It’s no mean feat listing all the things there are to do in Wales’ largest seaside resort. Just where do we begin? Fancy stretching your legs on the longest pier in Wales?


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