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Liverpool & Port Sunlight

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TCRU2222

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

Liverpool, famous as the birthplace of the Beatles, and in the Guinness Book of Records as the official World Capital of Pop.The highlight of this tour is a visit to Lord Lever’s Port Sunlight Village, a fascinating insight to life in the late 1800’s. The Lady Lever Art Gallery is dedicated to his wife’s memory, containing the best of Lever’s personal collection.

PRICE FROM ? £409 per person
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Itinerary

Highlights

  • Hotel for 4 nights with breakfast & evening meals
  • Guided City Tour
  • Entrance to Port Sunlight Museum
  • Entrance to Ness Botanic Gardens
  • Porterage
  • Tea/coffee after dinner

Your Itinerary

Day 1 -  Journey northwards with comfort stops en-route to arrive in Liverpool late afternoon for your 4 night stay at the RMS Titanic Hotel. Dinner, bed & breakfast.

Days 2 - 4 – At leisure in Liverpool with two included excursions.

 

INCLUDED EXCURSIONS

Liverpool (2 days)

All board for an informative guided tour of Liverpool with a local guide and then free time to sightsee at leisure.  A further day is included for you to explore the many attractions of this fascinating city.

Port Sunlight Village & Ness Botanic Gardens

A morning visit to Lord Lever’s Port Sunlight Village. Museum entry included. Return to the hotel in time to freshen up before dinner.

Enjoy a visit to the superb award-winning gardens at Ness, situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary. Founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a local cotton merchant with a passion for plant collecting, the gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by his daughter.

Ness is open all year round with seasonal flowers, shrubs and trees, a beautiful rock garden, enchanting Laburnum arch and spectacular herbaceous border.

 

Day 5 - After a hearty breakfast return southwards, making a lunchtime stop on the way home.

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