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Lancs Delights & Yorks Dales 5 Days - Monterey

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TALF5309

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

The twin resorts of Lytham and St Annes provide a contrast to nearby Blackpool with their peaceful parks and gardens and half timbered houses. There are excellent shops, an attractive promenade and of course, some of the best golf courses in England. The Ribble estuary is probably the most important wildfowl site in the UK.

PRICE FROM ? £295 per person
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Itinerary
Day 1 - Outward Travel


Day 2 - Full Day Lancaster & Morecambe
Discover the historic city of Lancaster as we explore this medieval city. With lots of attractions, shops and cafes there is plenty to see and do. We'll make our way to Morecambe with its art deco style buildings along the waterfront, beautiful beach and views of the Lakeland Hills in the distance./n

Day 3 - Full Day Grassington & Skipton
Discover the scenic Yorkshire Dales as we make our way to the pretty village of Grassington. The bustling cobbled market square is a delight to explore, fringed with shops, art galleries and cafes. We will also visit the market town of Skipton, affectionately known as the ‘gateway to the Dales’. Referenced in the Domesday Book, Skipton has a fascinating history, a famous market and wonderful canal side walks along the Leeds-Liverpool Canal which runs through the heart of the town. /n

Day 4 - Day at Leisure


Day 5 - Return Travel - via Southport
We depart - travelling via seaside Southport. This beautiful Victorian resort is home to a fabulous pier and elegant architecture and a wide range of stores along popular Lord Street./n

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Monterey Beach Hotel
Situated on St.Annes seafront and close to the pier, cafes and shopping centre of this traditional resort. The restaurant serves a generous choice of traditional meals and the lounge bar overlooks the front terrace and seafront promenade.

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