Bournemouth is just bursting with traditional seaside charm and 7 miles of miles of splendid golden beaches for you to enjoy. There is a wide variety of shops in the town as well as attractions including East Cliff Hall, Lower Gardens and West Cliff Funicular Railway. Enjoy your excursions as well to visit the New Forest area, the historic market town of Dorchester, Lulworth Cove and Portsmouth where you will have a whole day to explore.
- 5 Nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Executive Coach Travel Throughout
- Excursions as Stated
- Drinks Reception
- Evening Entertainment
- No Single Supplement - (Subject to Availability)
Sunday: After boarding the coach enjoy the 1st day of your holiday as we journey south with an overnight stay in the Lake District area on the frst night. Enjoy drinks reception and 3 course dinner this evening.
Monday: After a hearty English breakfast, we continue our journey to Bournemouth, arriving in the afternoon where you can check in to the Royal Bath Hotel & Spa for the next 4 nights. This is a grand Victorian building with a prominent seafront position and comfortable accommodation. Enjoy your evening meal in the restaurant and some entertainment.
Tuesday: Enjoy a full day at your leisure in Bournemouth today to explore all the sights, beaches and shops.
Wednesday: After breakfast, the coach travels along the Dorset Heritage Coastline to Dorchester, historic town on the banks of the River Frome. Filled with many historic listed buildings, museums and shops to explore it will take you all day to wander through this lovely town. We also have a visit to Lulworth Cove on the return journey to the hotel in Bournemouth. Making up part of the Jurassic Coast, this beautiful cove has shops and cafes for you to enjoy, as well as a walk along the beautiful beach.
Thursday: We journey through an area of outstanding natural beauty this morning as the coach takes you to Portsmouth through the New Forest, famous for its native ponies. Arrive in Portsmouth where you will have all day to explore the many sights here including The Marie Rose Musuem, 170 metre high Emirates Spinnaker Tower, Queen Victoria's HMS Warrior gun-ship, and HMS Victory - Lord Nelson's flagship first launched in 1765.
Friday: After breakfast we depart the Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth for the return journey back home.
The Royal Bath Hotel - Bournemouth
Opened on Queen Victoria’s coronation day in June 1838, The Royal Bath Hotel was the first hotel in Bournemouth and embodies the finest traditions of first class comfort and hospitality, so naturally it has a fantastic position on the sea front. Nestled in secluded grounds, with outstanding views across the bay, this classically styled hotel is one of a kind.
For guests looking to make the most of their visit to Bournemouth, the hotel is ideally positioned for visiting many of the varied attractions on offer, whilst offering a more peaceful opportunity to walk along its lovely promenade, taking in the sea air.
Dining at the Royal Bath Hotel will leave guests spoilt for choice. They can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere in Oscar’s Brasserie, named after regular guest Oscar Wilde, relax in the lounge bar and enjoy a drink and a light meal at lunch time, or visit Café Promenade for a delicious bite to eat. The hotel also offers fantastic views over the Poole Bay.
Guests will also be able to utilise the Royal Bath Hotel's Health & Leisure Club, where they can enjoy a luxurious spa treatment and leisurely swim, before unwinding in the steam room.
No Single Room Supplement - Subject to Availability
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