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Thursford Christmas Spectacular

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T8533

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

3 days

Thursford Christmas Spectacular

Here we have a delightful mini break to Norfolk combining the famous Thursford Christmas Spectacular with a visit to a stunning stately home.
PRICE FROM ? £365 per person
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Itinerary

Day 1

Morning departure to from your local pickup point to Norwich, arriving at the hotel early afternoon. Enjoy some free time - take a wander through ‘The Lanes’, a quintessential collection of small lanes, alleyways and streets jam-packed with independent shops, the perfect spot for some Christmas shopping.

Day 2

Leisurely start to the day, we make our way to Thursford. You will have some free time before the afternoon show to visit the ‘olde worlde’ shops. At 2pm take your seat for the 3 hour non-stop extravaganza of singing, dancing, music, humour and variety.

Day 3

Morning departure to Oxburgh Hall arriving mid day. This magical setting; with its moated gatehouse and impressive Tudor brickwork is one of the National Trust’s most beautiful houses.  It dates back to 1482 when it was built by Sir Edmund Bedingfield and has been in the Bedingfield family ever since. Explore the lavish interiors and the beautifully furnished state rooms. Mid afternoon we continue our return journey home.

Includes

•    Return coach travel
•    2 nights Maids Head Hotel half board
•    Admission to Oxburgh Hall
•    Matinee performance at Thursford
•    Free time in Norwich

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Accommodation

Maids Head Hotel

The award winning Maids Head Hotel is known to be the oldest hotel in the UK, dating back over 800 years. Perfectly located in the centre of Norwich, you are within walking distance of all the cities main attractions. This 4 star hotel offers 84 stylish en-suite bedrooms all with tea/coffee making facilities and TV. The hotel does have a lift but, due to the age of the building, there are some steps.  Back to top