Grand UK Gold
Grand UK Gold is an exciting concept in luxury coach holidays and already a proven success amongst our travellers.
Our state-of-the-art coaches, in their stunning black and gold livery, have ushered in a new era in luxury coach travel,
re-writing the rules and raising the standard of quality coach travel.
But it’s not just arriving in style that has defined Grand UK Gold - you’ll find other exclusive benefits too,
including specially selected hotels of a three and four star standard, thoughtful little extras,
and a commemorative photograph to mark the occasion.
So 'Go for Gold' and treat yourself with Grand UK
State-of-the-art coaches include:
★ Extra leg room and comfort
★ Luxury leather upholstered reclining seats
★ Free Wi-Fi and USB ports
★ Level and easy access to the WC/washroom
★ Climate control
★ Panoramic windows for maximum view
★ On-board Sat Nav to track your journey
★ Driver-eye camera to view the road ahead
★ On-board library selection
Gold accommodation includes:
★ Hotels of a three or four star standard
★ Great food and service
★ Special hotel welcome reception
★ Gold welcome bag
★ Top Tour Managers and Tour Drivers
★ Commemorative photograph
East Cliff Hotel ★★★★ (AA)
This hotel offers modern four star accommodation and spectacular views from Bournemouth’s East Cliff.
Lounges, bars, restaurant > En-suite bedrooms > Free Wi-Fi available > Indoor pool, gym and beauty facilities at neighbouring sister hotel > Lift
EXTENDED HALF DAY: Winchester Christmas Market
Winchester Christmas Market is inspired by traditional German Christmas market, the pretty wooden chalets are situated in the cathedral’s historic close surrounding an open-air real ice rink.
EXTENDED HALF DAY: Salisbury Christmas Market
Set in the centre of the beautiful City of Salisbury, the Christmas Market is a wonderful collection of artisan products, festive gifts and tantalizing food and drink from across the South West.
HALF DAY: Poole
Today we visit Poole, which combines its role as ferry port and departure point for the National Trust’s Brownsea Island, with its role as an affluent residential town and holiday centre. The quay is a delight to explore and a visit to the Poole Maritime Museum is well worthwhile.
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