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Staying at the 3* Hotel Prince Regent, an attractive seafront property on Weymouth’s historic esplanade with views across Weymouth Bay and the craggy Dorset Jurassic coastline beyond.  It was purpose-built in classic Georgian style, but inside you’ll see we’ve moved with the times and offer comfortable accommodation with free Wi-Fi access in all bedrooms and public areas, and with nightly entertainment in the beautiful Georgian ballroom. We are handily located close to the town centre, which is a 10 minute stroll along the seafront. With a sandy beach on the doorstep, this is the perfect spot for a traditional seaside break.  Guests return time after time because of our high standards, seafront location, proximity to Weymouth town centre and great facilities. Excursions include, scenic ride as we follow the historic Jurassic Coast to Sidmouth which 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. Calling at West Bay location used in the filming of Broadchurch. Swanage Steam Railway, whatever the weather, take a journey back in time and enjoyable day of excitement and nostalgia at the award winning Swanage Railway, the 12 mile Swanage Railway return trip takes you through the beautiful Purbeck countryside and includes stunning views of the iconic remains of William the Conqueror’s Corfe Castle. As you travel down to Swanage you can appreciate the rich history of the area, its abundant wildlife and fascinating geology as well as the influence the region had on famous authors such as Enid Blyton and Thomas Hardy. (Return Fare Included) Poole is a bustling tourist resort known for Europe’s largest natural harbour, award winning blue flag beaches, a bustling quayside and a beautiful historic old town. The harbour is a haven for sailors, wildlife and water sports and is a gateway to the Jurassic Coast. With Poole’s natural coastal setting you are sure to find plenty of superb beachside cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars making it a great place to relax with friends.

DEPARTURE DATE: Tuesday 2nd October 2018   £289.00


Staying at The Trouville Hotel, a large comfortable hotel, where you can be sure of receiving a warm welcome and friendly attentive service. A lift serves all floors and the hotel is located on the sea - front, with its lovely sandy beach and the hotel commands sweeping views of the bay and is only minutes away from the pier, theatre, shops and bus routes. Within the hotel you have what is probably the best ballroom on the island, where you can enjoy first class live music, dancing and entertainment.

Sandown, nestling beneath the wide rolling downs, is an ideal holiday resort in itself, boasting a wide range of breathtaking panoramic views interrupted only by the passing of ocean liners, yachts and naval vessels. Quiet flower- filled parks demonstrate nature at her best, and the friendly bustle of the pier pavilion and sun terrace is not to be missed.



Staying at the 3* Palace Hotel unlike many hotels of its period has retained the elegant splendor of its classical décor and façade. So it has also retained the attentive service you would expect from a quality hotel. It is situated in a prime location in Paignton at the heart of Torbay on the English Riviera the hotel is less than 100 metres from Paignton sands.Paignton is often referred to as the English Riviera because of its mild weather, its long sandy beaches. Excursions include, the Naval City of Plymouth, an historic city of international proportions, Plymouth has been at the forefront of world maritime exploration for many hundreds of years. Overlooking one of the world’s great natural harbours, Plymouth now welcomes visitors from around the globe. This vibrant waterfront city where a spirited maritime heritage meets a lively cultural scene can be enjoyed by people of all ages throughout the year. To Sidmouth, a town caught still in a timeless charm, it will captivate you. Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks, Regency history and clean beaches and friendly shops, it’s all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley.

DEPARTURE DATE: Friday 12th October 2018   £239.00


Located near Eastbourne’s award winning seafront, theatres and art gallery; guests have the ideal location to explore Eastbourne and the surrounding areas during the day and evening. The New Wilmington Hotel is an independent AA 3* hotel located in Eastbourne since the 1920’s. We pride ourselves on the ability to move with the times while keeping to traditional values and strongly believe our passion for service and quality has established the New Wilmington as one of the most well regarded hotels in the area. The Mulberry restaurant at New Wilmington serves fresh, seasonal cuisine. Level access, a passenger lift which services most floors and a stair lift. 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. 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: Wednesday 17th October 2018   £299.00


Staying at The 3* Holiday Inn City Centre, Centrally located next the Cardiff Castle & Millennium Stadium.

The 3* Holiday Inn is at the heart of Cardiff’s vibrant city centre. Dine in the Junction Bar & Restaurant. The Hotel consists of 157 full air conditioned bedrooms with High Speed Internet Access. Feel free to unwind and relax in our lounge, or at the end of the day, come and relax in the hotel bar, brightly lit with natural daylight and overlooking Cardiff’s bustling Castle Street, the Junction Bar is the ideal place to relax over a quiet drink. Starbucks is in the hotel’s lounge bar and offers a delicious selection of the finest coffee, tea, hot chocolate and iced drinks.  Free time in Cardiff, Wales Capital city, which offers a startling range of unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping with entertainment for everyone. If you prefer good old-fashioned sight-seeing, you won’t be disappointed. From the magnificent Edwardian civic buildings and historic Cardiff Castle, to the imposing Millennium Stadium, architecture fans are spoilt for choice. The National Museum difference – all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and Cardiff Bay offers Cardiff is home to one of the finest impressionist galleries outside Paris, and features works by Monet, Picasso and Rodin. The Royal Mint Experience, led by your Visitor Host you will enter one of the manufacturing areas, to discover how blank pieces of metal are made before being struck to become coins. From a viewing area, you will look into the striking hall where thousands of coins are produced, 24 hours a day. You will then be given the option to strike your own coin to take home as a memento. (admission included).

DEPARTURE DATE: Friday 19th October 2018   £199.00


Alvaston Hall is an elegant Victorian Half-timbered 166 room House set in 41 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside.

There’s also a gorgeous health club with pool, spa, gym, treatments and all the facilities a body needs. Snooker, darts, billiards, bowls and archery. Excursions include Llangollen, renowned for the surrounding hills and the River Dee, Llangollen has something for every visitor. This small town also has a wealth of independent shops to browse and interesting places to visit. You can take a stroll along the Victoria Promenade to the Riverside Park, watch the river tumble down beneath the bridge.  To Nantwich a medieval market town with a modern edge, situated on the banks of the River Weaver, Nantwich is famous for the medieval timbered buildings dotted around the town. Stroll through the atmospheric streets and visit for bijoux boutiques, antiques dealers and contemporary craft shops. To the city of Chester, rightly considered to be one of England’s best - preserved medieval cities, brims with history. It still possesses much of its surrounding roman walls and is the home of the Row’s, the famous half- timbered buildings which were probably the world’s first shopping mall.

DEPARTURE DATE: Monday 22nd October 2018   £339.00


• FREE TIME AT THE QUAYS Greater Manchester’s unique waterfront destination. It is Britain’s hottest short-break destination and packs everything you can do in a big city into one spectacular square mile. Shopping, sport, art, drama, history and truly world-class architecture.  The Quays is home to two of its biggest cultural attractions: Imperial War Museum North (recently re-branded IWM North) and The Lowry, both of which recently clocked up ten highly successful years. For many years, it felt as if The Quays began and ended with these two institutions; the monumental architecture of each giving a boost to the long, slow regeneration of what were once among the busiest industrial docks in the UK.
• EXCURSION: CORONATION STREET THE TOUR.  Coronation Street The Tour gives you the chance to explore the sensational external sets at MediaCityUK, open to the public for the very first time.  Your 80 minute experience will take in Coronation Street, Rosamund Street and the newly extended, never before seen Victoria Street. It includes new shops, restaurants, police station & even a tram stop.  Wander through Weatherfield on a fully guided tour of the working set. Recall stories from yesteryear, hear filming secrets, take selfies on the street and follow in the footsteps of your favourite characters down those Coronation Street cobbles.  Entrance included.

STAYING AT THE 4* THE COPTHORNE HOTEL, MANCHESTER which is situated in a picturesque location overlooking the waterfront and offers convenient access to Manchester city centre. This hotel is popular for its customer service, modern facilities and the warm welcome that guests receive. Clippers Brasserie serves British cuisine in a pleasant setting – the Clippers Bar steps up the atmosphere, proffering an extensive roster of beverages.



Arrive to a warm Scottish welcome, gather for a drinks reception whilst listening to the Highland Bagpipes being played. Staying at The 3* Royal Hotel which stands in the centre of town close to the harbour. Its central position makes it ideal for visiting the West Coast of Scotland as well as the Island of Mull. Built in 1895 the 3 Star AA awarded hotel offers traditional Scottish hospitality within quality modern surroundings, this hotel has a lift. The restaurant overlooks the Town Square, and provides an excellent selection of Scottish Fayre. Entertainment and Dancing with the Strathmore Ceilidh Band and the Legendry Torquil on the bagpipes – make sure you bring some tartan, after a full Highland Banquet. One afternoon a Scrumptious Afternoon Tea with tea/coffee, a glass of fizz and fresh home baking in the Lounge Bar with a Whiskey Galore Bingo & Quiz. Excursions include the magical Isle of Mull, visiting Tobermory with its multi coloured houses circled around the beautiful harbour. It is a picture postcard place with its brightly painted, fishing boats & ferries with woodland fringed hills surrounding the bay. Also to Seil Island and the Atlantic Bridge, the most northerly of the Slate Islands, then returning to Oban for free time to explore. To Lochgilphead, Loch Fyne & Inveraray. Inveraray enjoys a picturesque setting on the shores of Loch Fyne.

DEPARTURE DATE: Monday 5th November 2018   £299.00


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 Barnstaple with the bustling atmosphere of its markets and specialty shops & Woolacombe the beach lies between Morte Point and Baggy Point. There’s a friendly, laid-back atmosphere here which visitors are sure to enjoy.

DEPARTURE DATE: Friday 9th November 2018   £179.00


Enjoy your festive Turkey and Tinsel break with Christmas Dinner and all the trimming including Entertainment while staying at the a 3* Comfort Hotel, located in the heart of the Norfolk town of Great Yarmouth just minute’s walk from the Golden Mile, one of the UK’s most popular seaside destinations, which will be an ideal location for a visit to the famous Thursford Spectacular Show, with guests returning year after year. The Thursford Christmas Spectacular is the biggest and most exciting Christmas show of all time in Britain. Set in the magical surroundings of mechanical organs and fairground carousels, with a cast of 130 professional singers, dancers and musicians.

(Tickets included for the Thursford Christmas Spectacular Show).

DEPARTURE DATE: Monday 26th November 2018   £269.00

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