Royal Singles Inc. Windsor Castle & Hampton Court
Enjoy a lovely long weekend just for single passengers with a Royal twist as we visit stunning Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace. We'll also visit two of the UK's best loved tourist towns - Shakespeare's Stratford Upon Avon and the university city of Oxford.
3 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Entrance to Windsor Castle
Entrance to Hampton Court Palace
Visits to Oxford, Stratford Upon Avon & Windsor
Please Note : On our December Departure Windsor Castle & Hampton Court Palace will be dressed for Christmas
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We visit the University city of Oxford enroute to our Hotel. See the famous colleges and historic streets that feature in many TV dramas, the most famous being Inspector Morse
Today we head for Windsor, this Royal town has always been a popular choice, but with not one but two recent Royal Weddings taking place it's the place to be. We've included entrance to the magnificent Castle and the remainder of your time can be spent browsing the shops, or why not head to the River and enjoy a lovely sail.
Another Royal visit today as we head to Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace. Explore the stunning Palace where Henry and his wives lived, see the Tudor Kitchens, explore the state apartments and immerse yourself in the gardens just don’t get lost the maze
Our return home sees us visit the popular town of Stratford Upon Avon, We’ll enjoy a sail on the River Avon and free time will be given to explore at your own pace.
Holiday Inn Maidenhead / Windsor * * * *
Situated in a quiet residential area this 4* hotel is perfectly situated for our weekend break and offers a fabulous leisure club, comfortable rooms and delicious dining. Bedrooms are well appointed with double bed, pillow menu, tea/coffee making facilities, iron, and hairdryer. Lifts.
** PLEASE NOTE **
For 2022 Breaks we will now use an alternative hotel - the Holiday Inn Reading South , this is due to the original Hotel taking a Government Contract.Back to top