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.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Welsh Alpine Circular 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 
 
 


   
Ashton under Lyne Market 
 

One of the biggest outdoor markets in the region (140 stalls) also Ashton’s famous Indoor Market Hall for fantastic fresh produce, all situated in a flat, pedestrianised, compact town centre.

 
 


   
Barnard Castle & Highforce Waterfalls 
 

A historic ‘beacon status’ market town full of local character, built around the 12th century castle from which it took its name. The town boasts Georgian Buildings, with cobbled market place, riverside & woodland walks. A short drive takes us to High Force Waterfall, England’s largest waterfall that is reached via a short woodland walk from the coach park, with a picnic area and gift shop.

 
 


   
Betws-y-Coed & Welsh Highland Railway 
including train journey 

After a stop in Betws-y-Coed we travel by train from Porthmadog to Rhyd Ddu for the trip on the Welsh Highland Railway.  The train runs around seemingly impossible bends, up hard gradients and around the foothills of Snowdon.

 
 


   
Bury Market & Steam Train 
including train journey 

Enjoy a visit to Bury Market, and then venture back on a nostalgic journey through time on a full size steam train, from Bury to Rawtenstall following the 8 mile winding route of the River Irwell. Finish off with a visit to Oswaldtwistle Shopping Mill.

 
 


   
Grange over Sands & Morecambe 
 
 
 


   
GreatDays Out - A Tour for Rebel Girls 
including lunch & guided tour 

includes:

* Your personal guide for the day

* Three course lunch with tea/coffee aboard the ‘Emmeline Pankhurst’ canal boat

* Lunchtime cruise

* Tales Tour: The Rebel Girls

Emmeline Pankhurst who was born in Manchester, became active in the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Society and eventually won the right for women to vote. You will discover tales of other inspirational Manchester women.

 
 


   
Haverthwaite Railway, Lake Cruise & Bowness 
including train & cruise 

A nostalgic Steam Train & Boat trip, starting from Haverthwaite for the train journey to Lakeside through rugged countryside alongside the River Leven. From Lakeside join the boat cruise to Bowness, and the wonderful panorama of the lake, passing some of the most impressive properties around the southern basin. Free time in Bowness.

 
 


   
Lakeland Lunch & Cruise  
inc lunch & cruise 

Today’s scenic trip includes, a three course lunch at the Cumbria Grand Hotel in Grange over Sands, followed by a cruise on lake Windermere.

 
 


   
Llangollen & Horse Drawn Canal Cruise 
including 45 minute cruise cruise 

Take in the splendour of the scenery along the canal and enjoy a leisurely (45 minute) ride along the last stretch of the Llangollen canal, not navigable by any other boats. We return via the Horseshoe Pass.

 
 


   
Moffat, Dumfries & Gretna Green 
 

A visit to Moffat will help you refresh mind, body and spirit. Whatever way you choose to relax and unwind, Moffat has something to offer. If healthy exercise or bird watching is not your thing, choose to pamper yourself, or check out the range of independent speciality shops.  You will find items in Well Street which you are unlikely to find anywhere else.
Known, like its football club, as "Queen of the South", Dumfries is an ancient town with a long and turbulent history. Today it is by far the biggest town in south west Scotland, the administrative centre for Dumfries and Galloway, and the focus of a large rural hinterland. You can also find Robert Burns' house at 24 Burns Street, south of the High Street, and his mausoleum in St Michael's Churchyard. On the west side of the River Nith is the Robert Burns Centre, housed in what was once the Dumfries Old Town Mill.
The World Famous Old Blacksmith’s Shop is one of Scotland’s earliest visitor attractions... curiosity has attracted travellers to visit Gretna Green since the middle of the 19th Century. The first visitors would peer through the windows trying to catch a glimpse of a run-away couple marrying over the anvil.

 
 


   
Mothers Day: Lakeland Lunch & Cruise  
inc lunch & cruise 

Today’s scenic trip includes, a three course lunch with a glass of bubbly and chocs at the Cumbria Grand Hotel in Grange over Sands, followed by a cruise on lake Windermere. 

 
 


   
Mothers Day: Springtime in the Cotswolds 
 

An area of England popular with visitors from all over the world, the Cotswolds are well known for gentle hillsides (‘wolds’), sleepy villages and for being so ‘typically English’. On our tour we will stop at delightful villages such as Broadway and Bourton-on-the-Water. Above all, the local honey-coloured limestone, used for everything from the stone floors in the houses to the tiles on the roof, has ensured that the area has a magical uniformity of architecture..

 
 


   
Old Haunted Inns of the Ribble Valley 
inc lunch and Ghosts, Heroes & Villains Tour 

The Ribble Valley boasts some very famous ancient Inns, all with their own unique history of ghosts, heroes, villains and legends. Take in some beautiful scenery but also have some fun whilst we take you on a guided tour stopping along the way at some of these Inns with lunch arranged as well.

 
 


   
Ripon Market & Fountains Abbey 
including Studley Royal Water Garden ~ National Trust 

Visitors can expect a truly memorable visit to Yorkshire’s first World Heritage Site. Explore the dramatic remains of Fountains Abbey, the most complete ruins of a Cisterian Abbey in Britain. Wander around the 18th century Water Garden with its elegant ornamental lakes, tumbling cascades and enchanting temples. Historic Ripon market meets every Thursday in the splendid square overlooked by a 300 year old obelisk or visit Ripons 7th Century Cathedral.

 
 


   
Settle & Carlisle Railway  
including Train Fare  

The 72 mile route takes you on a journey through rural villages, market towns the lush rolling hills of the Eden Valley and into the Yorkshire Dales, through the longest tunnel on the line at Blea Moor and over the 24 arches of the Ribblehead viaduct.

 
 


   
Steam Yacht Gondola & Ambleside 
including cruise 

Gondola is a re-built elegant steam yacht providing the most wonderful, nostalgic sailing experience. Not only can passengers enjoy the stunning backdrop provided by the Coniston Fells and its majestic lake, they can relax in the opulently upholstered saloons and marvel at the gentle gliding motion of this vessel which is indeed an experience in itself.

 
 


   
Ullswater Cruise & Ambleside via Kirkstone Pass  
including cruise 

We travel north to Ullswater ‘Steamers’  an award winning Lake District attraction celebrating their 150th year sailing on England’s most beautiful lake. Our pre booked 65 minute cruise will take us from Pooley Bridge down to Glenridding. Rejoin the coach for the journey over the spectacular Kirkstone Pass with an altitude of 1,489 feet is the Lake District's highest pass that is open to motor traffic.

 
 


   
Upper Peak Forest Canal & Buxton 
including cream tea & cruise 

We first travel to Buxton for some free time. Later we go to Whaley Bridge and join the ‘Judith Mary II’ canal boat for a two and a half hour cruise along the beautiful Upper Peak Forest Canal. The boat is fully central heated, with a well stocked licensed bar, and toilets on board. During the cruise you will be served Cream Tea (includes: Assorted Sandwiches, Hot Scones with Jam & Fresh Cream, Tea/Coffee)

 
 
 
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