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Deposits payable on booking Holidays:- Sunday Savers £15:00: Long Weekend Breaks £30:00: Holidays £40:00: per person.
1st to 5th Killarney & the Ring of Kerry £389:00(R) Single supplement £89:00
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the 3* Gleneagle Hotel, Killarney. Coach travel & ferry crossing. Entry to Muckross House.
Join us for a wonderful tour of some of Ireland’s finest scenery. Follow the route of the Ring of Kerry through the breathtaking landscape of the Iveragh Peninsula, explore lively Killarney and fashionable Kinsale, and visit magnificent Muckross House and the tranquil lakes of Killarney National Park
Day 1: After our pickups, we drive to Holyhead where we board the ferry for Ireland. We head straight to our hotel, the 3* Gleneagle in Killarney. What a wonderful base to spend our holiday!
Day 2: A short day out after our travel day yesterday, today we will explore the wild and remote Beara Peninsula, a bygone haunt of smugglers. Tiny islets dot the water, while settlements like the great fishing port of Castletownbereand the views from the road that winds its way west add to the scenic appeal. We also visit Muckross House, one of Ireland’s finest stately homes.
Day 3: Today we head into the rugged beauty of West Cork, and visit famous Kinsale (the gourmet capital of Ireland) at the mouth of the Bandon River. Explore at your leisure and perhaps stop for a bite to eat at one of the many quayside cafes and bars. You’ll also visit historic Skibbereen. The town was one of the areas most affected by the Irish Potato Famine, and its heritage center features a fascinating exhibition that commemorates the Great Hunger and examines the impact of the desperate period on the local people and events
Day 4: Our final excursion is the day you’ve all been waiting for! Today will take us around the Ring of Kerry, regarded as the most beautiful day tour in the whole of Ireland, a circular route formed by the sublimely beautiful lakes and mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula that stretches west from the pretty town of Kenmare. Pass through a landscape of forests and rugged peaks, tumbling waterfalls and charming villages, and cross CoomakistaPass to take in the panoramic views of the Kenmare River. Catch sight of Macgillycuddy’sReeks from Molls Gap, and explore places like the rugged Cahersiveen, before we return to our hotel.
Day 5: We bid a fond farewell and head for the Ferry to cross back to Holyhead. I’m sure we will be back!
Mon 1st It’s a mystery!! £12:00(M)
Wed 3rd Hawes, Settle & the Ribblehead Valley £15:00(E)
Thu 4th Lytham St Annes £14:00(M)
Fri 5th Afternoon Tea Lake Vyrnwy £34:00(M)
A stunning day out to take in the beauty that is Lake Vyrnwy with free time around the lake, visitor centre and park before we head to the Lake Vyrnwy Hotel for a full afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes and tea/coffee with stunning views of the lake and surrounding countryside.
Saturday 6th Liverpool Giants £14:00
Royal de Luxe, the world’s leading street theatre company, is returning to its second home for an unmissable show of the Giants which is said to the third and final visit to Liverpool for them. Bringing stories to life on the streets of Liverpool this is truly an unmissable event!
Sat 6th Blackpool Illuminations £17:00(M)
7-8th Autumn in the Yorkshire Dales £69:00(E)
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the Guide Post Hotel, Bradford. Single supplement £10
Day 1: This morning we head to our favourite garden centre at Barton Grange where we pause for an hour before embarking on a scenic tour of the RibbleheadValley, pausing for some magnificent views of the Ribblehead viaduct before stopping in the pretty little Yorkshire town of Settle.
Day 2: After a leisurely breakfast we head to Skipton where the market is in full swing along the high street. We enjoy the late morning/lunchtime here before heading over to the Oswaldtwistle shopping
Sun 7th Birmingham Bull Ring (shopping center) £16:00(E)
Sun 7th Back to Backs (National Trust) NT Members £16:00 Non-member £27:50(E)
Mon 8th Bakewell’s Monday Market £14:50(E)
Thu 11th Nantwich & Bridgmere Garden World £13:50(M)
Thu 11th Guide Dogs Training Centre & Bolton Market £28:50(M)
£5 donation to Guide Dogs UK for every seat sold on this trip. After our morning visit to the training school, we head the short distance to Bolton where you are dropped off outside the Olympus fish & chip shop where fish, chips, mushy peas, a round of bread and tea or coffee will be served (included). You then have around 2 hours free time to enjoy the market which is close by – then if that’s not enough… You will return to the Olympus for fresh scones and tea/coffee before reboarding the coach for the journey home.
Thu 11th Ena Shopping Mill, fish & chips & Bolton Market £23:50(M)
This is the same as the tour above but instead of the Guide Dogs tour, you will be taken to the Ena shopping Mill for around two hours in the morning.
Fri 12th Bury Market £13:50(M)
Sat 13th Blackpool Illuminations £17:00(M)
Sun 14th Blackpool Illuminations (walk through – depart at 8 pm) £17:00(M)
14th-15th Leamington Spa & Lichfield (Sunday Saver) £69:00( )
Dinner bed & breakfast at the Bosworth Hall Hotel & Spa, Single supplement £15
Day 1: This morning we head down to the beautiful Victorian resort of Leamington Spa. This beautiful town is full of shops and café’s to explore and the most beautiful Georgian and Victorian architecture. If shopping isn’t your thing, the huge parkland close by is well worth a visit. After a leisurely afternoon, we head to our hotel, where we have a carvery dinner included.
Day 2: This morning we head to the heritage City of Lichfield. A real hidden treasure, Lichfield has a variety of both high street and independently owned shops & café’s for you to wander around. Stunning Lichfield Cathedral is set within the beautifully serene Cathedral Close and is a great place to visit. The 800-year-old cathedral is the third building on the site and has a varied and fascinating history
Mon 15th Autumn tints of Snowdonia £12:00(M)
Tue 16th Coventry Motor Museum (free entry) £16:00(E)
Tue 16th Coventry City Centre £16:00(E)
Wed 17th Skipton Market £14:00(M)
Thu 18th Blackpool Illuminations £17:00(M)
Sat 20th Blackpool Illuminations £17:00(M)
Sat 20th Bridgnorth Market & Shropshire tour £13:50(M)
Sun 21st The Deep Aquarium, Hull (entry incl) Adult: £29:00 Over 60: £26:00 Child 3-15: £26:00 Infant 0-2: £10:00(E)
Described as ‘one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world’, the Deep aquarium in Hull will be a truly awesome experience for adults and children alike. Explore over 4 billion years of ocean history, visit the Lagoon of light, the ‘endless ocean’ learn about the Amazon flooded forest, the kingdom of ice and descend through the rainbow tunnel into the deep blue. There are two restaurants inside the Deep Aquarium, but if you prefer something else, Hull City Centre is a 5-minute stroll away.
Tue 23rd City of Leeds or Kirkgate Market £15:00(E)
Tue 23rd Leeds for the Royal Armories £15:00(E)
Wed 24th Afternoon tea on the East Lancs Railway £52:50(M)
Thu 25th Ormskirk & Southport (approx. 2 hours at each) £14:00(M)
Fri 26th Stumble around Mid Wales (includes 2-course lunch) £14:00(M)
Sat 27th Blackpool Illuminations £17:00(M)
Sun 28th Autumn Colours of the Southern Lake District £17:00(E)
Wed 31st Alton Towers Scarefest!! Adult & age 12+ £48:00 Child 3-11 £43:00 Infant 0-2 £10:00
Join us for the scariest event of the year! We arrive at lunchtime but spend around 9 hours at the resort departing AFTER dark at 9 pm. Alton Towers like you’ve never experienced it before!