Blackpool New Year 4 Days - Queens Hotel
Few resorts anywhere in the world can rival the popularity of Blackpool - Britain's Capital of Fun! The world famous Tower, three piers, miles of golden sands, the spectacular Pleasure Beach with its breathtaking "white knuckle" rides, horse drawn carriages, a Sealife Centre, Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks, a Zoo Park, an Art Gallery - Blackpool has them all. But save some of your energy for the evening and sample the terrific summer shows, lively bars and pubs, for it is at night that Blackpool really stands out as the most exciting of all Britain's resorts. For a complete contrast to the sheer energy of Blackpool, some of the most serene scenery in Britain include the Ribble Valley and the Lake District nearby.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - South Fylde & St Annes New Year's Eve
The Fylde Coast is the north west section of seaside between the rivers Ribble and Wyre, with Blackpool in the centre, Fleetwood in the north and Lytham to the south./nIt is a roughly 13-mile, square-shaped peninsula./nThe name 'Fylde' is of Scandinavian origin, meaning 'field'./nOn 1st May 1922 Lytham and St. Annes were combined and became a single borough, creating Lytham St. Annes./nAshton Gardens is a charming public park in the heart of St Annes. Situated just 100 metres from The Square, where people go to shop or sit and watch the world go by./nSt Annes Pier was opened by Lord Stanley on June 15th 1885. It is well known for its fine Victorian wrought iron work that is still evident on the pier's superstructure today./n
Day 3 - North Fylde & Fleetwood New Year's Day
The Fylde Coast is the north west section of seaside between the rivers Ribble and Wyre, with Blackpool in the centre, Fleetwood in the north and Lytham to the south./nFleetwood is a charming, historic seaside town where Irish Sea meets the Wyre estuary./nExplore miles of natural beaches, stop by The Mount with its splendid views over the Marine Hall and Morecambe Bay and shop on Lord Street or in the market and town centre./n
Day 4 - Return Travel
Queens Hotel - Blackpool
Conveniently situated on South Promenade between Central and South Piers, the Queens Hotel is one of Blackpool’s larger hotels. If you’ve been looking at coach holidays to Blackpool, there is no need to look any further. This stunning hotel overlooks the Irish Sea and is only a ten minute walk from the famous Pleasure Beach. If you’ve been looking at coach holidays to Blackpool, there is no need to look any further.
The Queens Hotel has 118 bedrooms, which have central heating, bath or shower and WC, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and TV with radio channels. The Single rooms benefit from an internal telephone. The hotel has generously sized public areas, including an intimate bar, a splendid recently refurbished Theatre Bar with superb entertainment and attractive lounges.