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Being Britain’s number one seaside resort, Blackpool is renowned for its seven miles of beaches, piers and vibrant amusement arcades. Crammed with thrills and entertainment, every visit is an enjoyable escape.
Explore the best of Belgium with CoachStyle: As we include excursions to Ostend, known as “The Queen of the Belgian seaside resorts” and popular with the Belgian Royal family, Bruges a fairy-tale medieval town and Ypres.
Pontins Sand Bay is set in a beautiful, open landscaped area. You can explore the local coast or stay on the park and enjoy many of the relaxing seating areas.
Sand Bay is a stretch of coast in North Somerset, bordered to the South by Worlebury Hill and to the North by Middle Hope and Sand Point. It lies just 2 miles North of the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare, across the Bristol Channel from South Wales and adjacent to the village of Kewstoke.
Today we will visit beautiful Bakewell for their traditional market day! Located on Market Street and Granby Road, the Bakewell market is the only market like this that takes place in the Peak District National Park and hosts 162 stalls selling traditional crafts and locally produced food.
This day trip also takes us to Wirksworth, located in the scenic Derbyshire Dales it is one of the oldest towns in the Peak District. Today, centred around its marketplace, you can explore fine old buildings with picturesque alleys and craftsman’s yards.
This historic fishing port is where Captain Cook learned his seamanship and is famous for appearing in Bram Stoker's Dracula. Set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this architecturally picturesque town is the ideal place to stroll along the beach or enjoy some traditional fish and chips on the sea front!
Watch Great British Bake Off Winners baking live in The Cake & Desserts Theatre. Meet Michelin starred Chefs, Great British Menu Winners, MasterChef Champions and top local chefs cooking their signature recipes in the Stoves Chefs Theatre
Feast in the Street Food Avenue; learn to bake in the Cake and Bake Theatre; enjoy afternoon tea in the Vintage Tea Tent; taste wine, champagne and craft beer in the Drinks Theatre; enjoy free yoga classes with yogahaven, buy from local producers in the Artisan Market
Scarborough has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever. The sandy beaches of the North and South Bays are broken by a rocky headland on which stand the ruins of Scarborough's medieval castle. With all the traditional seaside shops and attractions, Scarborough is a great day out for all ages.
To Macclesfield’s Treacle Market
A bustling monthly market in Macclesfield's cobbled Marketplace and streets around. 150 + stalls of unique crafts, exceptional food & drink and vintage finds. If it's the unusual or different you seek...
Macclesfield is known as Treacletown, referring to the centuries old accident when a horse drawn wagon overturned, spilling its cargo of Treacle onto the cobbles. The Treacle Market is a chance to find gorgeous things on Macclesfield’s streets once again – Just less sticky
Durham City is home to one of the most recognisable landmarks in the UK, majestic Durham Cathedral. Together with adjacent Durham Castle, this UNESCO World Heritage Site forms one of the most stunning city panoramas in Europe. Step back in time at fascinating heritage attractions, or seek out hidden gems in market towns and villages.
Leave you cares behind as we visit enchanting Eastbourne; known as the ‘Sunshine Coast,’ Eastbourne is renowned for its British charm, elegance, chalk cliffs and award-winning beaches. On this 5-day break, we also include visits to Lewes, Brighton, Bexhill & Hastings.