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.
St Davids Day in Mid Wales £12:00
A scenic journey of North & Mid Wales
Lytham St Anne’s & Barton Grange £15:00
Shropshire Hills & Ludlow £15:00
A scenic tour of the Shropshire Hills with stops at Welshpool and Ludlow
Gordon Rigg Garden Centre & Todmorden £14:00 (m)
Cheshire Back Lanes £14:00 (m)
Ffestiniog Railway and Snowdonia £27:50 (r)
Warwick & Belvoir Castle
Sun 17th to Mon 18th March 2019 £99:00 Single supplement £15
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the Bosworth Hall Hotel & Spa, excursion to Warwick (castle entry NOT included) and excursion to Belvoir Castle (entry and tour included)
This morning we head straight for one of the highlights of this tour, Belvoir Castle (pronounced ‘beaver’) near Grantham. This immaculate and intricately decorated castle is the ancestral home of the Dukes of Rutland, the family having lived at Belvoir in an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. After this full day, we will be ready to head to our hotel for our evening meal, a traditional carvery.
Following a leisurely breakfast, we will head into Warwick town centre – we drop off in a location that is convenient both for the centre and for Warwick’s magnificent castle. Warwick is enriched with independent businesses offer an enticing blend of the old and the new, from gift shops, antique centres and traditional tea rooms to fashion shops, art galleries and fine restaurants. If you choose to visit the castle you would easily fill a full day exploring the 1,100 years of jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure!
Lady Bower Reservoir and Castleton £15:00 (e)
A trip around the beautiful Peak District National Park, stopping at Castleton, the journey back is via Lady Bower Reservoir.
Mystery Tour £13:00 (m)
Bury Market £14:00 (m)
Sun 24th to Mon 25th March 2019 £109:00 Single supplement £15
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the 3 star Holiday Inn, Leeds. Coach Travel & excursions as described below. Emmerdale Studio tour also included.
Today we head for the vibrant city of York where you will have around 4 hours to enjoy this historic City. You might choose to visit the York Minster, or perhaps do a spot of shopping. A beautiful City that will no doubt leave you wanting to come back again.
This is what you’ve been waiting for! A great opportunity become a part of the drama and discover the magic that lies at the heart of ITV’s iconic television series as the new Emmerdale Studio Experience! Discover the much-loved surroundings of the Dingles, Bernice’s Salon, Smithy Cottage and The Woolpack set, hear fascinating facts on some of the soap’s biggest storylines and get the gossip and stories from the studio floor as a guide takes you on a unique tour and the programmes former studios. A fabulous two day break for any TV fan! The fully guided 80-minute tour includes:
· Interactive experiences throughout – try your hand at lighting or editing
· Exact set reconstructions
· Discover preserved costumes and props
· Stroll down memory lane as you wander through the model village
· Have your photo taken ‘pulling a pint’ behind the replica Woolpack bar
· Visit the gift shop and complete your tour with a trip to the café to enjoy a brew, lunch, or treat yourself to some delicious locally made sourced cakes
Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st March £239:00 Single supplement £10
Included: Dinner bed & breakfast at the Guide Post Hotel, Bradford. Coach Travel, Excursions
We are delighted to be launching an exciting new four-day tour. The vibrant city of Cambridge is our destination, and everyone will find something that suits them here – shopping and architecture, cafes and restaurants, the colleges and art galleries – there is so much to see, do and experience. Follow in the footsteps of some of our greatest minds: poets, philosophers, scientists, medics, engineers, all have left their mark here. Our hotel is a particularly lovely one with spa facilities and a pool, which will be much enjoyed after a busy day exploring. These facilities are included, as our dinner, bed and breakfast. This promises to be a truly wonderful trip, and we cannot wait to welcome you on board!
This morning we head directly to Cambridge with comfort breaks as required. Today is a really special day out, as we are going to visit the Cambridge American Cemetery, the only American WW2 Cemetery in the UK. Not just a place where men and women are buried, but it also combines art, landscape and symbolism in a way rarely found in this country. Built on a gentle slope looking to the north of Cambridge it affords fine views over the countryside, including Ely Cathedral over seventeen miles away. The visitor centre here uses interpretive displays, photographs, film and interactive kiosks to chronicle the ‘friendly invasion’ by American personnel through the war years. It tells the stories of those commemorated in the cemetery, and staff are on hand to answer any questions. We then head the short distance to the hotel for our evening meal.
This morning we enjoy a leisurely breakfast before heading into the beautiful City of Cambridge for a full day of exploring, sightseeing and shopping. You could visit Cambridge University Botanic Garden, It’s the perfect spot for a picnic or a stroll and the attraction includes a lake, glasshouses, chronological bed, rock gardens and a collection of mature trees. Or sample the world famous Chelsea Buns at Fitzbillies. If you wish, you could avoid the city centre crowds and still see the sights by punting on the river. Also popular are King’s College Chapel, and the Fitzwilliam Museum
Today we will visit both Ely and Newmarket. Ely is steeped in history and is principally renowned for Ely Cathedral, a magnificent building with its unique Octagon Tower. Ely’s riverside is a favourite spot for those wishing to relax, take a boat trip, browse through shops and galleries, enjoy afternoon tea or simply watch the activity on the river. Next, Newmarket’s bustling town centre hosts an interesting collection of retail experiences; from familiar brands to various independent and unique family-run businesses, where you will find everything from famous sausages to antiques.
This morning we bid a fond farewell to our hotel and head for the pretty little town of Market Harborough. Your drop off point is right outside the indoor market in the centre of the town. With over 60 independently run stalls you will find plenty of food, gifts and items for sale here. Take a walk through Market Harborough’s town centre, wander along the River Welland which flows through the town and see some very unique buildings
Nantwich Market and Dagfields £14:00 (m)
Lake District and Windermere Cruise £24:00 (e)
Macclesfield Treacle Market £14:00 (m)