Every ones favourite is open once again For centuries Blackpool has been Britain’s most popular seaside resort, packed with wall to wall family entertainment.
West End hits, sell-out concerts, ballet and operas, tributes to the stars, circus, illusion and cool, contemporary productions – Blackpool has them all. Add a splash of cabaret, a dash of cutting edge club culture and you’ve got a recipe for good fun.
Hit the seafront for rollercoasters and donkey rides on the beach, then head to the iconic Blackpool Tower for a dance in the opulent ballroom.
Be sure to climb the tower for excellent views.
Zoom down the slides at the Sandcastle water park, try rock climbing or have a go at ice skating. And if you fancy something a little more sedate, why not have a paddle in the sea?
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The main beach at Rhyl is a vast expanse of sand stretching for around 2 miles from the Clwyd Estuary to Splash Point. Rhyl beach becomes even more enormous as the tide goes out, sometimes requiring a walk of nearly half a mile to dip your toes in the sea.
Being a well established, traditional seaside resort there is a good range of activities on offer including that old favourite – donkey rides.
Boasting a beautiful and expansive coastline, Southport is surrounded by natural beauty, making it a great place to escape. Starting your journey along the coast, at Crosby beach you can experience the Anthony Gormley ‘Another Place’ art installation, 100 iron men standing proudly looking out to sea, which at various points throughout the day can be seen in very different ways, giving you a different experience every time.
Its bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere make Chester one of Britain’s most popular places for an unforgettable short break. But what makes it so special?
The ancient city is a truly breathtaking experience. Each chapter of Chester’s history is etched into the very fabric of the city. Well, you are walking where Roman Legionaires marched to war, Viking raiders wreaked havoc and Norman invaders conquered Anglo Saxons.
Chester has the most complete city walls, the oldest racecourse and the largest Roman Amphitheatre in Britain, plus a 1000 year old Cathedral with Europe’s finest example of medieval carvings – and of course the one and only 700 year old Rows galleries where shopping is a double delight.
Visit Stratford-upon-Avon introduces you to a market town with more than 800 years of history, containing not only many buildings that survive today and would have been familiar to Shakespeare, but also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, accommodation and shopping experiences.
Every ones favourite is open once again
As the name suggests, Brean Sands has plenty of space by the seaside for the kids to run around – seven miles of it in fact – with rock pools to explore and a convenient café. At the end of the beach you’ll find Brean Down, too, a rocky, grass-covered outcrop that juts into the Bristol Channel. Take a stroll up here on sunny days and you’ll get a cracking view across the water, to the Quantock Hills and Exmoor in the distance.
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Online Booking Information regarding Pick-up Times:
Customers will be contacted to confirm their online booking by a member of our team.
The pick-up time will be confirmed for your desired pick-up location.
You will then be issued with a Boarding Ticket by post or email containing the confirmed information for your chosen excursion.