Door to Door
Monday 22 Friday 26 June
Based in Lincolnshire, our East Coast packaged holiday features a visit to Lincoln and the famous seaside resorts of Cleethorpes.
We will be staying at The Royal Hotel in Skegness. This tour includes excursions to Cleethorpes and Lincoln and a day at leisure.
Travel to the Chesford Grange Hotel, near Kenilworth for a 4-night stay, stopping at Warwick for a lunch stop on the way
Experience the sights and ambience of Stratford-Upon-Avon, a town synonymous with William Shakespeare. Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps at the house where he was born and grew up, head off on the self-guided heritage trail. His influence is everywhere and there are also cafes, shops and riverside gardens to enjoy. This afternoon, board the 'Countess of Evesham' for an included gentle relaxing cruise and cream tea on the River Avon.
Morning at Kenilworth Castle (it's ruins but the grounds are good - needs good weather!) Afternoon - Kenilworth town (just an average High Street type town) or driver takes those back to the hotel who would like afternoon at leisure
Head to Coughton Court, a fine Tudor estate owned by the Throckmorton family since 1409, with an absorbing history linked to the Gunpowder Plot and a conspiracy to assassinate Elizabeth I.
Homeward bound. Via Royal Leamington Spa
The Royal Hotel Skegness
This Victorian hotel is just a 10-minute walk from Skegness seafront and town centre. It offers two menus, an on-site restaurant, free parking, and sea views.
The rooms at The Royal Hotel provide private bathrooms, a flat-screen TV with Freeview, and DVD players on request. Hairdryers are available from reception. All rooms have tea and coffee facilities, while some rooms boast sea views and balconies.
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