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  • Warner Norton Grange, Isle of Wight, 2016
    easy reach of Yarmouth It s position on the Solent make it the perfect spot to soak up the sun and watch the world sail by Located yards away from the Solent offering spectacular coastal views and walks A thriving holiday village with bars café and a generous range of daytime and evening activities and entertainment Vast array of facilities including outdoor bowls and croquet archery table tennis darts heated indoor swimming pool sauna bubble pool and aqua aerobics Pretty stylish chalet accommodation featuring en suite flat screen TV radio complimentary tea coffee biscuits and toiletries Accommodation upgrades available to standard plus and premier chalets Bright and airy Castaways Restaurants offers delightful freshly prepared cuisine Cowes Lively historic principal town of Newport and the colourful yachting town of Cowes Beautiful coastal tour including Alum Rock the breathtaking Needles Victorian Ventnor and popular holiday resort Sandown which boasts one of the Island s finest beaches Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort journeying south and across the Solent to the beautiful Isle of Wight and Norton Grange Coastal Resort We aim to arrive between 3 4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion After breakfast we head inland to Newport the principle town of the Isle of Wight A lively town steeped in beauty and history there is so much to provide you with a lovely day out The town boasts two elegant squares with contrasting Georgian and Victorian architecture in abundance historic visitor attractions including Carisbrooke Castle and Newport Roman Villa and a fine mix of high street and independent stores Today sees the regular

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  • Warner Holme Lacy, Herefordshire, 2016
    original design by improving and landscaping existing lawns and planting new beds and low level hedges to open up the view of the main house from the lake Set in the idyllic Wye Valley an area famous for its charm and beauty Resident entertainments team providing a range of daytime and evening activities entertainment dancing and team shows Large selection of leisure facilities including short mat curling putting tennis fishing archery and air rifle shooting Beautiful leisure suite featuring indoor heated pool bubble pool sauna steam room and fully equipped fitness studio Cosy and stylish en suite bedrooms featuring flat screen TV tea coffee facilities complimentary toiletries telephone hairdryer and iron board Upgrades available to Signature and Historic rooms Symonds Yat Ross on Wye Stunning Wye Valley Symonds Yat and the historic market town of Ross on Wye Hereford Full day exploring the cathedral city and capital of Herefordshire Hereford Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort to historical Holme Lacy We aim to arrive by approximately 3pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion Today we journey through the stunning Wye Valley as we head to the pretty village of Symonds Yat which straddles the River Wye Famed for its natural river scenery and spectacular views of the Wye Valley Symonds Yat Rock is a limestone outcrop rising some 500 feet from the banks of the River Wye From here we journey to the historic market town of Ross on Wye perched dramatically above the River Wye The town is proud of its rich history and visitor attractions including the 17th century market house

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  • Warner Holme Lacy, Herefordshire, 2016
    original design by improving and landscaping existing lawns and planting new beds and low level hedges to open up the view of the main house from the lake Set in the idyllic Wye Valley an area famous for its charm and beauty Resident entertainments team providing a range of daytime and evening activities entertainment dancing and team shows Large selection of leisure facilities including short mat curling putting tennis fishing archery and air rifle shooting Beautiful leisure suite featuring indoor heated pool bubble pool sauna steam room and fully equipped fitness studio Cosy and stylish en suite bedrooms featuring flat screen TV tea coffee facilities complimentary toiletries telephone hairdryer and iron board Upgrades available to Signature and Historic rooms Symonds Yat Ross on Wye Stunning Wye Valley Symonds Yat and the historic market town of Ross on Wye Hereford Full day exploring the cathedral city and capital of Herefordshire Hereford Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort to historical Holme Lacy We aim to arrive by approximately 3pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion Today we journey through the stunning Wye Valley as we head to the pretty village of Symonds Yat which straddles the River Wye Famed for its natural river scenery and spectacular views of the Wye Valley Symonds Yat Rock is a limestone outcrop rising some 500 feet from the banks of the River Wye From here we journey to the historic market town of Ross on Wye perched dramatically above the River Wye The town is proud of its rich history and visitor attractions including the 17th century market house

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  • Warner Cricket St. Thomas, Somerset, 2016
    B44 9ST Maypole B14 5EY Self Drive Go By Car Shirley B90 2LL West Bromwich B70 8ES Wolverhampton Yardley B25 8LT Room Types Room Types Available Single room en suite Double room en suite Twin room en suite Departure Points Departure Points Available From Acocks Green B27 7UH Birmingham City B4 6EU DOOR 2 DOOR Dudley DY2 7AD Great Barr B43 6BN Kingstanding B44 9ST Maypole B14 5EY Self Drive Go By Car Shirley B90 2LL West Bromwich B70 8ES Wolverhampton Yardley B25 8LT Book Now Cricket St Thomas is an elegant mansion built c1820 Designed in the Regency manner by the famed neo classicist Sir John Soane the house is noted for its glorious Grade II listed gardens of mature cedars maples and yews on whose layout the 2nd Baron Bridport spent over 250 000 damming a stream creating a chain of lakes and planting ornamental trees and shrubs Today Cricket St Thomas provides style and tranquility like no other The décor and beautiful preservation of the gardens and lakes within its grounds could easily have you losing yourself to the 19th Century Nestled in rolling countryside and within easy reach of Somerset Levels and Moors and the World Heritage Jurassic Coast Resident entertainments team providing a range of daytime and evening activities entertainment dancing and team shows Large selection of leisure facilities including outdoor bowls croquet tennis zorbing archery and pistol shooting Light and airy treetops restaurant serving exquisite cuisine Cosy and stylish en suite bedrooms featuring flat screen TV tea coffee facilities complimentary toiletries telephone hairdryer and iron board Upgrades available to Signature Royale and Historic rooms Glastonbury and Wells Somerset Levels and Moors quirky and historic Glastonbury and England s smallest city medieval Wells Lyme Regis The vibrant market town of Bridport ITV s Broadchurch West Bay breathtaking World Heritage Jurassic Coast and iconic Lyme Regis Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort to tranquil Chard and Cricket St Thomas We aim to arrive between 3 4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion Today we journey through the Somerset Levels and Moors a coastal plain and wetland area of the county providing views of the beautifully contrasting landscapes Our first stop is Glastonbury a pretty historic town which boasts a medieval town centre awash with quirky independent shops selling everything from healing crystals to cakes Visit the medieval cathedral or take a walk up to Glastonbury Tor for fabulous views of the sweeping countryside Next we commence our journey to Wells a medieval city wonderfully nestled south of the Mendip Hills Wells is a magical city boasting a magnificent 13th century cathedral the beautiful moated Bishops Palace and the pretty Vicars Close and Wells market place which are overlooked by the cathedral Free Day in Resort Free time to enjoy

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  • Warner Cricket St. Thomas, Somerset, 2016
    B44 9ST Maypole B14 5EY Self Drive Go By Car Shirley B90 2LL West Bromwich B70 8ES Wolverhampton Yardley B25 8LT Room Types Room Types Available Single room en suite Double room en suite Twin room en suite Departure Points Departure Points Available From Acocks Green B27 7UH Birmingham City B4 6EU DOOR 2 DOOR Dudley DY2 7AD Great Barr B43 6BN Kingstanding B44 9ST Maypole B14 5EY Self Drive Go By Car Shirley B90 2LL West Bromwich B70 8ES Wolverhampton Yardley B25 8LT Book Now Cricket St Thomas is an elegant mansion built c1820 Designed in the Regency manner by the famed neo classicist Sir John Soane the house is noted for its glorious Grade II listed gardens of mature cedars maples and yews on whose layout the 2nd Baron Bridport spent over 250 000 damming a stream creating a chain of lakes and planting ornamental trees and shrubs Today Cricket St Thomas provides style and tranquility like no other The décor and beautiful preservation of the gardens and lakes within its grounds could easily have you losing yourself to the 19th Century Nestled in rolling countryside and within easy reach of Somerset Levels and Moors and the World Heritage Jurassic Coast Resident entertainments team providing a range of daytime and evening activities entertainment dancing and team shows Large selection of leisure facilities including outdoor bowls croquet tennis zorbing archery and pistol shooting Light and airy treetops restaurant serving exquisite cuisine Cosy and stylish en suite bedrooms featuring flat screen TV tea coffee facilities complimentary toiletries telephone hairdryer and iron board Upgrades available to Signature Royale and Historic rooms Glastonbury and Wells Somerset Levels and Moors quirky and historic Glastonbury and England s smallest city medieval Wells Lyme Regis The vibrant market town of Bridport ITV s Broadchurch West Bay breathtaking World Heritage Jurassic Coast and iconic Lyme Regis Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort to tranquil Chard and Cricket St Thomas We aim to arrive between 3 4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion Today we journey through the Somerset Levels and Moors a coastal plain and wetland area of the county providing views of the beautifully contrasting landscapes Our first stop is Glastonbury a pretty historic town which boasts a medieval town centre awash with quirky independent shops selling everything from healing crystals to cakes Visit the medieval cathedral or take a walk up to Glastonbury Tor for fabulous views of the sweeping countryside Next we commence our journey to Wells a medieval city wonderfully nestled south of the Mendip Hills Wells is a magical city boasting a magnificent 13th century cathedral the beautiful moated Bishops Palace and the pretty Vicars Close and Wells market place which are overlooked by the cathedral Free Day in Resort Free time to enjoy

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  • Warner Bembridge Coast Hotel, Isle of Wight, 2016
    with sea views Beautiful grounds with a Mediterranean feel and gorgeous coastal walks Resident entertainments team providing a wealth of daytime activities and entertainment including dancing and team shows Fully equipped fitness studio heated indoor pool sauna steam room tropicarium and day spa Panoramic sea views providing exceptional service and freshly prepared cuisine Cosy and stylish en suite bedrooms featuring flat screen TV tea coffee facilities complimentary toiletries telephone hairdryer and iron board Upgrades available to Signature and Royale Rooms and Garden Suites Newport Market day in the Isle of Wight s principle town Newport full of history and beauty Breathtaking coastal tour From east to west pretty seaside town of Shanklin Victorian Ventor at the foot of St Boniface Down and outstanding Alum Bay and the Needles Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort journeying south and across the Solent to the beautiful Isle of Wight and Warner Bembridge Coast Hotel We aim to arrive between 3 4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion After breakfast we head inland to Newport the principle town of the Isle of Wight A lively town steeped in beauty and history there is so much to provide you with a lovely day out The town boasts two elegant squares with contrasting Georgian and Victorian architecture in abundance and a fine mix of high street and independent stores Today sees the regular market gracing much of the town centre If you are interested in history and heritage there is plenty on offer with impressive Carisbrooke Castle Newport Roman Villa and some fabulous museums within a short distance of

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  • Warner Bembridge Coast Hotel, Isle of Wight, 2016
    with sea views Beautiful grounds with a Mediterranean feel and gorgeous coastal walks Resident entertainments team providing a wealth of daytime activities and entertainment including dancing and team shows Fully equipped fitness studio heated indoor pool sauna steam room tropicarium and day spa Panoramic sea views providing exceptional service and freshly prepared cuisine Cosy and stylish en suite bedrooms featuring flat screen TV tea coffee facilities complimentary toiletries telephone hairdryer and iron board Upgrades available to Signature and Royale Rooms and Garden Suites Newport Market day in the Isle of Wight s principle town Newport full of history and beauty Breathtaking coastal tour From east to west pretty seaside town of Shanklin Victorian Ventor at the foot of St Boniface Down and outstanding Alum Bay and the Needles Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort journeying south and across the Solent to the beautiful Isle of Wight and Warner Bembridge Coast Hotel We aim to arrive between 3 4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion After breakfast we head inland to Newport the principle town of the Isle of Wight A lively town steeped in beauty and history there is so much to provide you with a lovely day out The town boasts two elegant squares with contrasting Georgian and Victorian architecture in abundance and a fine mix of high street and independent stores Today sees the regular market gracing much of the town centre If you are interested in history and heritage there is plenty on offer with impressive Carisbrooke Castle Newport Roman Villa and some fabulous museums within a short distance of

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  • Warner Corton Village & Gunton Hall, Suffolk, 2016
    abundance of stunning scenery complimented with many picturesque and vibrant towns and cities which will make you fall in love with all that Suffolk and Norfolk have to offer Corton Coastal Resort From the traditional chalets and contemporary beach hut style lodges to the fun of the games lawn Corton Coastal Resort has everything you could possibly want to find on a British seaside break Close to the Norfolk Broads and Suffolk Heritage Coast and sat right on a clifftop you ll find stunning sea views and breezy coastal walks in abundance here With plenty of activities on site and many areas of beauty and pretty and vibrant towns and cities to visit nearby Corton is a real gem of a holiday destination Gunton Hall Village Set in 55 acres of pretty woodland with a large lake and pretty walled gardens Rosewood Restaurant serves fabulous food worth writing home about Resident entertainments team providing a generous range of daytime and evening activities and entertainment Vast array of facilities including pitch n putt championship indoor bowls hall archery heated indoor swimming pool bubble pool sauna and steam room Tasteful and stylish chalet accommodation featuring en suite flat screen TV radio complimentary tea coffee facilities and toiletries Accommodation upgrades available to premier premier suite chalets garden lodge rooms and suites and Royale rooms Corton Coastal Resort Beautifully located on the Sunshine Coast between Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth A thriving holiday village with bars café and a generous range of daytime and evening activties and entertainment Delightful cuisine and exciting entertainment provided in the lively cabaret diner Fantastic games lawn featuring many games to challenge your friends including short mat bowls giant jenga and chess and crazy golf Vast array of facilities including heated indoor swimming pool sauna and steam room Tasteful and stylish chalet accommodation on two levels featuring en suite flat screen TV radio complimentary tea coffee facilities and toiletries Chalet and lodge upgrades available Aldeburgh Beautiful Aldeburgh scenic Suffolk National Nature Reserve and quintessential Southwold Norfolk Broads Breathtaking Norfolk Broads and the historic and cosmopolitan cathedral city of Norwich Arrival Day After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive Door2Door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort to Lowestoft We aim to arrive between 3 4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night Full Day Excursion After breakfast we board the coach and journey south to some of the finest attractions that Suffolk has to offer Our first stop is Aldeburgh a beautiful and unspoilt coastal town renowned for its Blue Flag shingle beach and pretty fisherman huts where freshly caught fish is sold Stroll along the promenade and marvel at the pastel coloured 19th century villas or enjoy a spot of lunch from the best fish and chip shop in the UK After lunch we head north once more and take in many stunning views as we journey

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