Coach Holidays featuring visits to a museum
The north Devon coast is stunning with dramatic cliffs which plunge down to the Atlantic Ocean. Inland, the rolling hills and delightful towns and villages make Devon a county of contrast well worth discovering whatever the time of year. Our tour is based at the elegant Royal Hotel in Bideford and takes in the north Devon coast, Arlington Court and National Trust Carriage Museum as well as the Atlantic Highway.
Situated in a beautiful bay on an unspoilt coastline in the heart of the ‘English Riviera’, Torquay enjoys a particularly mild climate and offers a real continental atmosphere, combining all the facilities of a modern holiday destination with the elegance of times gone by. Today its timeless Victorian terraces, white villas and seven hills provide the backdrop to many popular modern amenities such as the Riviera Centre, Princess Theatre and shopping malls.
Join us this Easter Week in the Pennines and Cumbrian countryside as we take you to quaint towns set amind beautiful landscapes along with an included ride on the South Tynedale Railway, admission to The North East Lead Mining Museum and a cream Tea at Slaley Hall. We stay at the Gilsland Hall Hotel which offers nightly entertainment.
This new holiday to Cornwall is based in beautiful Looe on the south coast of Cornwall. Still very much a working fishing port, many of the town’s shops are located in buildings dating from the 16th and 17th centuries. We include visits to The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Llanhydrock House and the seaside town of Polperro, as well as a train ride on the Bodmin & Wenford Steam Railway.
Scarborough enjoys an unrivalled position as one of Britain’s premier coastal resorts yet also lies tantalisingly close to North Yorkshire’s rugged National Park. Ideally located around two sandy bays, Scarborough has in recent years been elegantly restored to its Victorian splendour and is the perfect resort for young and old alike.