We would like to gently remind everybody to be on time for your pickups for all trips. We recommend you are 10 minutes early at the bus stop. We cannot wait for anybody who is late, our coach runs to a tight schedule during the pickups. When it’s raining or cold it simply isn’t fair to leave other people waiting too. We cannot offer a refund if you miss the bus. If you have problems getting to us, please call the out of hours number as you may be able to catch us up. 07759 494146. Thank you for your understanding with this.
Deposits payable on Holidays:-Sunday Savers £15:00: Long Weekend Breaks £30:00: Holidays £40:00: per person.
No Smoking or Vaping ( E-cigarettes) allowed on any of our coaches.
£ is the cost of the tour: E or other letter is pickup time: time is the approximate arrival back in North Wales
Shipwrecks & Sea Tales of Isle of Anglesey £15 R 6 pm
To include stops in Llanfair PG (1hr), Southstack (1.5hr) and Beaumaris (1hr) and a guided tour.
Knutsford Makers Market £14 M 5pm
6th to 10th
Isle of Man (write up on available on request) £489 E 7 pm
Chorley for the Flat Iron Market £15 M 6 pm
You can find rich heritage in Chorley but today we are here for the Flat Iron Market, which has more than 100 stalls lining the streets of this bustling town center.
City of York £19 E 8 pm
The drop off point is in the Union Terrace Coach Park, which is around 0.3 miles from the York Minster (flat walk)
Llangollen & 2-hour boat cruise (included) £26 M 6 pm
Free time in Llangollen, a motorized boat cruise across the aqueduct to Froncysyllte (2 hours) and Moreton Park Garden Centre.
12th to 13th
East Riddleston Hall & Holmfirth Special Offer:£79 Single supplement £10
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the Best Western Guide Post Hotel, Bradford. Excursions as described below, entry to East Riddlesden Hall and a guided tour of Holmfirth.
National Trust Members: A £7 discount will apply when booking, you must bring your NT card with you on the trip!
Day 1: This morning we leisurely make our way over to the West Yorkshire Manor House of East Riddlesden Hall. This fascinating 17th Century Manor House boasts a medieval Tithe Barn, beautiful walled garden, a tea room, a shop, two restored furnished floors to explore, carved stonework and several ghosts! East Riddlesden Hall has been the inspiration for films such as Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, and featured in the TV series Sharpe, Most Haunted, and the BBC ‘s Gunpowder’.
Afterwards we will head to our hotel for dinner.
Day 2: After a full English breakfast we head through the Holme Valley to the town of Holmfirth. Well known as the location for the BBC’s ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ series. We drop you off right in the center of town where you may choose to take a Last of the Summer Wine bus tour. The town is full of little shops, café’s restaurants, and pubs so no doubt you will find something of interest here.
Ormskirk Market & Southport **SPECIAL OFFER** £10 M 6 pm
Bury’s Famous Market £16 M 6 pm
‘The Edinburgh Flyer’ a day trip to Edinburgh (4 hours free time) £29 tbc 10 pm
Please call the office for your pick up time, this trip runs earlier than the ‘early’ schedule.
City of Chester (5 hours free time) **SPECIAL OFFER** £10 M 6 pm
Gordale Garden Centre & Ness Gardens £23 M 6 pm
This morning we spend around 1.5 hours at Gordale Garden Centre on the Wirral, they do a lovely breakfast here as well as everything else this lovely little garden centre has to offer. We then depart and travel 3 miles to the stunning Ness Gardens. This is one of our favourite gardens to visit – the picture here was taken by us during the Summer of 2018. It really does take your breath away! Ness gardens was the vision of Arthur Kilpin Bulley over 100 years ago – he had a passionate interest in plants and wanted to share his interest with others. These now award-winning gardens cover some 64 acres, with over 15,000 plants.
We have around 3 hours to explore these wonderful gardens today. There are a small café and shop on site. Ness gardens are disabled friendly and have wheelchairs available to hire if required.
Mystery Scenic Tour £14 R 6 pm
Skipton Town & Market **SPECIAL OFFER** £12 M 7 pm
Tywyn & Tal y Llyn Railway £32 R 8 pm
This morning we head for Bala, where we take a break for around an hour – chance to have a look around and a cuppa. After re-boarding the coach we embark on a scenic tour through Southern Snowdonia, passing Dolgellau and the foot of Cadair Idris as we head for the Cambrian Coast. We arrive in Tywyn (Gwynedd) late lunchtime where we have two hours to explore this old Victorian resort town which has a few pretty little shops and cafes to explore. This afternoon the coach will take you to the Tal y Llyn station where you will enjoy a one-way journey on the steam train – the journey is around 1.5 hours and the coach will pick you up in Abergynolwyn.
Macclesfield Treacle Market £14 M 6 pm
Ladybower Reservoir & the Hope Valley £18 E 7 pm
To include an hour at High Legh Garden Centre, a scenic tour of the Hope Valley & Ladybower Reservoir (we will stop for photographs if this is possible), and around 2.5 hours in Castleton.
Green Dragon Inn & Hardraw Force £32 E 7 pm
To include a stop at Brockholes Nature Reserve, lunch (2 courses) at the Green Dragon Inn & free time to explore Hardraw Force, home of England’s largest single drop waterfall, 100ft drop set in 15 beautiful acres.
31st to 2nd
Lake District Spectacular
£149/E Single supplement £157 pm
Guaranteed sea views available for £8 pp per night.
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the family-run Auckland hotel ideally situated on the promenade in Morecambe. Coach travel and excursions. One way Ullswater Steamer cruise.
Day 1: This morning after our pickups we head up to one of our favorite stops – the Barton Grange garden center where the range of plants is just incredible and the café is amazing. We have 1.5 hours here before traveling the short distance to Morecambe. We have arranged an early check in today so we head straight to the Hotel and the afternoon is at leisure to explore this quirky little seaside town.
Day 2: Today we head into the heart of the Lake District enjoying a guided commentary along the way. Our first stop of the day is Keswick where the weekly market is in full swing. Depart Keswick just after lunchtime and make our way to Pooley Bridge where we board the Ullswater Steamer and enjoy an hour-long cruise down to Glenridding where your coach will meet you.
Day 3: This morning after our leisurely breakfast we load our cases and head into the Lake District where we enjoy a pretty journey alongside Lake Windermere, arriving in Bowness on Windermere by mid-morning. We enjoy a couple of hours here before heading over to the little lakeside town of Coniston. Coniston Water is the fifth largest of the lakes at five miles long. This is the perfect chance for a gentle stroll to walk off lunch and a wander around the little shop.