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5 DAY WARNER LAKESIDE COASTAL VILLAGE HAYLING ISLAND

*Jane Austen’s House *Chichester & Arundel *Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway

Departure date : Monday 17th May 2021

5 DAY TRACKS AND SAILS OF NORTH WALES

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL DIRECT FROM RUGBY

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED AND BREAKFAST.

· ALL ROOMS EN-SUITE WITH COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.

· ENROUTE: SHREWSBURY

· ENROUTE: Travelling to Carrog where you board the Steam / Diesel train for a 10 mile scenic journey, travelling through the stunning Dee Valley to Llangollen and then free time in Llangollen.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION TO: We travel to the lovely seaside resort of Barmouth, where the Mountains meet the Sea, Barmouth has been welcoming visitors for over 150 years. There are some breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay and the picturesque harbour. Free time to maybe enjoy an ice cream on the harbour while watching the boats.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION TO: To Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey for a 90 minute cruise, which heads towards Menai Bridge with breath-taking scenery and awesome architecture. Passing Victorian piers, and the lavish homes along ‘Millionaires Row’ we’ll head towards the iconic bridges of Thomas Telford and Robert Stephenson and further again to Plas Newydd stately home. You will pass under the iconic bridges and through the infamous ‘Swillies’ where the shipwreck of HMS Conwy now rests under the surface, passing the beautiful islands of Tysilio and Ynys Gored Goch on the way. Finishing the day with a visit to Betwys-Y-Coed. (Fare Included)

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Chester, Its bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere makes Chester one of Britain’s most popular places and unforgettable. The ancient city is a truly breathtaking experience. Each chapter of Chester’s history is etched into the very fabric of the city. Well, you are walking where Roman Legionaires marched to war, Viking raiders wreaked havoc and Norman invaders conquered Anglo Saxons, plus a 1000 year old Cathedral with Europe’s finest example of medieval carvings.

Staying at the 3* Beaufort Park Hotel an independently run 3* AA hotel located just a short drive from the historic market town of Mold set in the attractive North Wales countryside. The hotel is ideally situated in the North-East of Wales, well-appointed bedrooms which have been designed with your comfort in mind. The Orchard Restaurant is a relaxed, inviting restaurant, for traditional Welsh breakfasts and table d’hote dinner. The Arches Bar has an informal relaxed family atmosphere where you can enjoy a few rounds of your favourite tipple.

DEPARTURE DATE:  MONDAY 24th MAY 2021   £329.00

4 DAY MORGAN MOTOR COMPANY WORCESTER RIVER CRUISE AND MEDIEVAL MARKET TOWNS

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL DIRECT FROM RUGBY.

· 3 NIGHTS DINNER BED & BREAKFAST.

· ALL ROOM ENSUITE, COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.

· EXCURSION: Worcester River Cruise & Witley Court & Gardens, Explore the dramatic ruins of Witley Court and travel back to a world of lavish house parties. Learn the stories behind the people who once lived and partied here, from servants to royal visitors. Discover elaborate parterre gardens and monumental fountains then find your way through enchanting woodland to the unique adventure play area. Witley Court has something for everyone to enjoy. In the 1890s fashionable society flocked to Witley Court, including one frequent royal visitor, the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII.

· EXCURSION: To Ledbury big enough to be bustling and vibrant, but small enough to keep a strong sense of community, Ledbury is a market town with a unique feel & Morgan Motor Company for over 100 years the Morgan Motor Company have been making exciting sports cars in the beautiful spa town of Malvern. Morgan cars are famous the world over for their unique blend of charisma, quality materials, craftsmanship and performance. Equally at home on the race track or the open road, there is nothing quite like a Morgan.  Experience the passion for yourself with a factory tour, trip to our on-site museum,

· EXCURSION: To the beautiful town of Ludlow with its riot of black & white half timbered buildings, nearly 500 are listed and a huge 11th century castle. Then it’s across the line of Offa’s Dyke, constructed in the 8th century to mark the border with Wales, for a stop at Hay-on-Wye.

· EXCURSION: Tewkesbury with a rich, vibrant history and a beautiful waterside setting, there is plenty for everyone to discover in Tewkesbury. Evesham a town of great charm & calling at Evesham Blue Diamond Home & Garden, an inspiration for inside and outside the home. With ideas that will capture your imagination, with everything you need to create your perfect edible garden, wildlife haven, modern space or traditional cottage garden, all under one roof.

Staying at the 4* Hallmark Stourport Manor Hotel

There’s a lot of history attached to this lovely Victorian stately home in the Midlands. Once home to Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister three times between 1923–1927, it’s welcomed many dignitaries over the years. Now is a beautiful hotel kissing the edge of Birmingham and within easy reach of Worcester and the Malvern Hills. Secluded yet accessible location has landscaped gardens to create the perfect inspiration for a short break.

The hotel has great leisure facilities indoor swimming pool, Swedish sauna, Steam room and Poolside Jacuzzi.

DEPARTURE DATE:    FRIDAY 4th JUNE 2021   £299.00

3 DAY LIVERPOOL SPECIAL

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL DIRECT FROM RUGBY.

· 2 NIGHTS BED AND BREAKFAST.

· ALL ROOMS EN-SUITE WITH COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.

· ENROUTE TO CHESTER the ancient city of Chester where there is so much to see, including the town walls and Gothic Cathedral and the historic “Rows” – two tiered shops.

· FREE TIME IN LIVERPOOL

Staying at the 4* Mercure Atlantic Tower, a stunning hotel overlooks the dock front, with views of the River Mersey. The modern accommodation is just 10 minutes’ walk from Albert Dock and Liverpool One shopping complex, opposite the Royal Liver Building, this hotel is designed with your comfort in mind. Mercure Liverpool is in the heart of the shopping district. The restaurant and bar serves contemporary British and European cuisine and has outstanding views over the waterfront.

Welcome to Liverpool - a city of culture, heritage & people…

With its unique attractions, exciting events, world class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes, Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit and explore. With the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of the Capital, Liverpool’s culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city. You’ll always find a fantastic selection of things to do, places to visit and exciting events, shows, festivals, exhibitions and beyond. If you’re looking for the best in dining during your visit, Liverpool has everything you could think of, from sleek restaurants to independent pubs and bistros.

Rich heritage meets modern attractions at the waterfront’s Albert Dock, boasting magnificent architecture and the largest group of grade 1 listed buildings in the UK, whilst providing fun for the whole family and lively entertainment venues. Home of Tate Liverpool, Maritime Museum, International Slavery Museum and the Beatles Story, as well as an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants; making it a place where today meets yesterday and day meets night.

Albert Dock has been part of Liverpool’s landscape for over 160 years and remains a key feature of Liverpool’s world-renowned Waterfront.  Transformed in the early 1980s, we have developed into the most popular free tourist attraction in the North West with our museums, boats and tours providing an action-packed experience. With its unique attractions, exciting events, world class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes, Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit and explore.With the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of the Capital, Liverpool’s culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city.  You’ll always find a fantastic selection of things to do, places to visit and exciting events - be sure to check out our What’s On section for the don’t miss shows, festivals, exhibitions and beyond.

If you’re looking for the best in dining during your visit, Liverpool has everything you could think of, from sleek restaurants to independent pub and bistros, family dinging and sumptuous afternoon teas.

DEPARTURE DATE:  FRIDAY 11TH JUNE 2021   £229.00

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5 DAY TENBY PEMBROKESHIRE

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL DIRECT FROM RUGBY

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED & BREAKFAST

· HAPPY HOUR’S EVERY DAY FROM 12 Noon - 6pm & 8pm – 9pm draught Beer, House Wine and Draught Soft Drinks (Residents Only bar from 7pm)

· ALL ROOM ENSUITE, COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.

· ENROUTE: To Monmouth, a Welsh border market town situated at the confluence of the Rivers Wye, Monnow and Trothy. With its bustling main street it makes a great destination for a holiday or a day out

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: After breakfast, travel to Pembroke Haverfordwest, county town of Pembrokeshire. After leaving Haverfordwest travel along the coast road, well known locally for its “Seventeen Hills in Sixteen Miles”, through Newgale Pebble Beach to the quaint little village of Solva, and on to St. Davids where ample time is allowed to view the Cathedral, the largest in Wales and built on a lovely stretch of coastline. In the 6th Century St. David founded a Monastic Order and built a church in the valley of the River Alun, a church that later became his Cathedral and his shrine. Pilgrims from all over the world came to visit, also Kings like William the Conqueror, Henry II and Edward I.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Saundersfoot the seaside town of Saundersfoot, has sweeping sandy beaches, a pretty village harbour and views out to Carmarthen Bay. To Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas, the poet and see the boat house where he did most of his work, a little further along the coast to Pendine, with its 7 miles of golden sands, where both J.G. Parry-Thomas and Malcolm Campbell made several attempts on The World Land Speed Record. Don’t forget your camera.

· ONE DAY FREE TIME AT YOUR LEISURE

TENBY is a delightful little harbour town and seaside resort. Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Through the passages of time Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for nearly 200 years. And with all that experience the people of Tenby certainly know how to offer each and every visitor an unforgettable time.

Staying at The Clarence House Hotel. This family-run hotel is superbly situated on the Esplanade, with panoramic views of the South Shore, overlooking Tenby’s South Beach with views across to Caldey Island, this informal hotel, is a short level walk from the town centre, and a short walk to the harbour. Down-to-earth rooms feature en suite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs, plus tea and coffee making facilities. The Hotel has a fully licensed residents only bar, private patio garden to rear of hotel, sea-view restaurant, easy disabled access and a lift level to all floors.

DEPARTURE DATE:    SATURDAY 7th JUNE 2021   £399.00

5 DAY PAIGNTON ENGLISH RIVIERA

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED & BREAKFAST, ALL ROOMS ENSUITE, COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES

· ENTERTAINMENT

· ONE DAY EXCURSION TO: EXETER a small city that packs a big punch, Exeter is one of the most vibrant, attractive and historically interesting cities in England. The Historic Quayside is one of the most attractive areas of the city, popular with locals and visitors alike for its fascinating history and interesting architecture.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: TO DARTMOUTH, Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, it’s the perfect year round destination. No matter the weather or time of year, Dartmouth is an exciting town just waiting to be explored.

· ONE FREE DAY AT YOUR LEISURE

STAYING AT THE 3* QUEENS HOTEL, This cosy hotel enjoys a flat level position just 200 yards from Paignton town centre and seafront. It’s comfortable interior, fine restaurant, all year round entertainment lounge and heated indoor swimming pool ensure your stay will be a memorable one. The Queens Restaurant is spacious, light and comfortable with elegant skylights and archways. Where possible we try to source our products locally. We are renowned for our delicious home made desserts all of which are created and baked in house. The restaurant offers full waiter service so all you need to do is sit back, relax and enjoy your evening meal. The Bar Lounge, serves a wide range of hot and cold beverages, alcoholic and non, so why not enjoy a beer on the terrace or order your favourite cocktail and relax in the comfortable bar or our quieter TV lounge. Fabulous entertainment every night of the week throughout the whole year in our main lounge. Our cabaret acts are probably the best in the bay and there is something for everyone including comedians, magicians, singers and music to dance the night away to.

DEPARTURE DATE:  MONDAY 14th JUNE 2021   £379.00

5 DAY ISLE OF MAN DOUGLAS

· RETURN FERRY CROSSING HEYSHAM-DOUGLAS

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED AND BREAKFAST.

· ALL ROOMS EN- SUITE WITH COLOUR T.V / TEA & COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES / ENTERTAINMENT

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: TO RAMSEY WITH ITS MAGNIFICENT BAY AND BUSTLING HARBOUR THEN ON TO PEEL, A PICTURESQUE FISHING PORT OVERLOOKED BY A RED SANDSTONE CASTLE.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: TO THE PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF CREGNEASH, THEN ON TO THE SOUTHERN MOST TIP, THE CALF OF SOUND & PORT ERIN WHICH OWES MUCH OF ITS EXISTENCE TO THE VICTORIAN TOURISTS, WHO CAME FOR THE BEAUTIFUL SANDY BEACH SET IN AN ENCLOSED HARBOUR, LOCAL CAFÉ’S & SIMPLE GARDENS

· ONE DAY FREE TIME AT YOUR LEISURE

The Isle of Man lies in the middle of the Irish Sea steeped in romance studded with history and shrouded in misty legend, with miles of unspoilt landscapes blessed with the mildest of British climates.  Douglas has many attraction, the Manx Museum, the Jubilee Clock & the Stylish Seafront.

English Heritage & National Trust cards may be used for entrance to attractions in the Isle Of Man please bring these cards with you.

The 3* Rutland Hotel Douglas One of the most elegant buildings on the Isle of Man, The Rutland has been transformed into a stunning 64-bedroom hotel offering comfort, style and quality to leisure travellers.  The 3 star Rutland Hotel is situated on the Queens Promenade in Douglas, it enjoys beautiful panoramic views across Douglas Bay and is a short walk to the town centre.

DEPARTURE DATE:  THURSDAY 17th JUNE 2021   £439.00

5 DAY LLANDUDNO SUMMERTIME SPECIAL

STAYING AT THE 3* SEA FRONT TYNEDALE HOTEL LLANDUDNO NORTH WALES

TO INCLUDE ALL THIS:

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL.

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED AND BREAKFAST/ ENTERTAINMENT

· ALL ROOMS EN-SUITE WITH COLOUR TV.

· Enroute A scenic drive through Llangollen, and along the Horseshoe pass, which offers spectacular views.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Beddgelert & Caernarfon There is a timeless serenity and beauty about Beddgelert; it is a gem within the setting of outstanding natural beauty. To Caernarfon for free time to look around the town and the famous castle. Caernarfon is a town of contrasts: a busy market town, a major tourist centre, the county town for Gwynedd and a major local commercial and administrative centre. There can be few towns more thoroughly Welsh. Caernarfon welcomes all visitors to the town, and hope that they will appreciate the town as much as those who reside there. Few towns in Britain can claim to be inhabited without a break since pre-Roman times, but the Royal Town of Caernarfon is just such a town.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Porthmadog travelling through the Snowdonia National Park. Then onto Pwllheli, there are two beaches in Pwllheli, one of the Llŷn Peninsula’s ‘best-kept secrets’.

· ONE FREE DAY AT YOUR LEISURE

THE TYNEDALE HOTEL Is 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?

DEPARTURE DATE:  MONDAY 20th JUNE 2021   £409.00

5 DAY SANDOWN ISLE OF WIGHT

· EXECUTIVE COACH TRAVEL DIRECT FROM RUGBY.

· RETURN FERRY CROSSING.

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED AND BREAKFAST/ ENTERTAINMENT

· ALL ROOMS EN-SUITE WITH COLOUR T.V. MANY WITH SUPERB SEA VIEWS.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: Scenic tour along the south coast road to Freshwater Bay with its hugh chalk stacks. We then visit the islands most westerly point, the needles and the multi- coloured sands of Alum Bay.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: To Ryde, which is the largest town on the Isle of Wight, and with its prominent position along the seafront and hovercraft and passenger ferry links it is little wonder it is often referred to as “The Gateway to the Island”. In addition to an expanse of sandy beaches which stretch right along the town, Ryde has a great selection of boutique shops, museums and galleries for you to visit along with lots of other things to see and do along its esplanade.

· ONE HALF DAY EXCURSION: To Shanklin from the long wide sandy beach, perfect for bucket and spade days to the wooded ravine which is Shanklin Chine and the Old Village with its independent shops, restaurants and pubs, you won’t be short of something to do. Shanklin has all the charm of a proper seaside town and set against the dramatic sandstone cliffs, the beach is one of the most stunning walks to take on the Island.

The Trouville is 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.

DEPARTURE DATE:  TUESDAY 22nd JUNE 2021   £399.00

5 DAY PLYMOUTH HISTORIC AND NAUTICAL DEVON AND CORNWALL

· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED & BREAKFAST, ALL ROOMS ENSUITE, COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES

ONE DAY EXCURSION TO: LOOE & POLPERRO A busy fishing port, with a popular family beach, Looe has been a favourite holiday destination since Victorian times. Morning Tea / Coffee Biscuits / Cake at Hannafore Point Hotel, Looe, compliments of Jamesway Travel.  Just south of Looe is the smaller port of Polperro.  This quaint old Cornish fishing village whose narrow streets and pretty cottages remain undeniably attractive.

· ONE DAY EXCURSION: TO DARTMOUTH, Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, it’s the perfect year round destination. No matter the weather or time of year, Dartmouth is an exciting town just waiting to be explored.

· ONE FREE DAY AT YOUR LEISURE

STAYING AT THE 3* COPTHORNE HOTEL Situated in the heart of the city is the Copthorne Hotel Plymouth. With the vibrant nightlife and cultural attractions in Devon right on our doorstep, and a short walk away from the Barbican and iconic Mayflower steps, it’s hard to beat on location and convenience. Only a short drive from Dartmoor National Park, the Royal Citadel, the renowned Plymouth Gin Distillery and many more local attractions too. The popular restaurant, best known for its Chef’s modern take on the local cuisine, creative dishes made with fresh local produce, experience the attentive and friendly service. The menu is made up of British and Continental influences, using the finest ingredients with a modern flair, which draws in guests and locals alike. A relaxed atmosphere within a traditional setting which is bright and airy. They also offer a selection of fine wines and delicious bar bites.

Plymouth’s dramatic coastal fortress was built in the 17th century to watch out for the Dutch. Its secondary use was to keep an eye on rebellious locals, so you might spot that its ancient cannons can be turned to face the city too. Tinside Lido jutting out into the sea, this well-maintained art-deco lido, dating from 1935, has incredible views of the harbour. The Barbican provides an important physical link to Plymouth’s fascinating nautical past. Think Jacobean buildings, cobbled streets, moored sailing boats, ancient inns, art shops, tea rooms, restaurants and bars. Established in 1793, Plymouth Gin Distillery has had over 200 years to get their recipe right – but you’ll have to be the judge of that. Home to the biggest fish tanks in Britain, Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium is a cut above the rest. Separated into four distinct zones, aquatic ecosystems cover everything from the local Plymouth Sound to The Great Barrier Reef.

DEPARTURE DATE: THURSDAY 24th JUNE 2021   £439.00

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