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North Devon Turkey & Tinsel Illuminations

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  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TANG3793

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Days - Tour number AW9060

A turkey & tinsel break with a visit to the magical winter garden illuminations at Rosemoor Gardens.

PRICE FROM ? £259 per person
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Included In Cost

Included In Cost

● Coach travel
● 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● porterage
● visit from Santa with a small gift
● festive dinner and glass of bubbly
● optional fancy dress competition
● 4 nights entertainment
● entrance to Rosemoor Gardens


Ilfracombe Harbour photo by Steve Swain

Day 1 Morning departure for the journey to Devon and to Bideford for a four night stay.

Day 2 Today travel by way of Barnstaple, thought to be the oldest borough in England, and on through Exmoor National Park to Lynmouth. Then travel to Ilfracombe, famous for its beautiful sandy beaches, unique tunnel beaches, fascinating museum and Chambercombe Manor, one of Britain’s most haunted houses.

Day 3 A morning transfer to the centre of Bideford with its narrow streets, quayside and jumble of antique shops, cafes and cosy pubs. You can stroll around the town on the heritage trail and visit the local arts and craft shops. Returning late afternoon to the hotel.

Day 4 A scenic circular tour to Bude, a small seaside resort and then onto Holsworthy, Hatherleigh and to Great Torrington, where we have included a visit to Rosemoor Gardens at 16.00 hours for you to enjoy the magical winter garden illuminations. The garden will be illuminated by innovative hi-tech dynamic, constantly colour-changing, lighting to provide a magical trail around the trees and shrubs. Depart gardens at approx 18.00 hours to arrive at hotel in time for dinner at 19.00 hours followed by evening entertainment.

Day 5 After breakfast, depart from hotel and commence the homeward journey.



Bude (by crispin purdye)


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