6 Day Coach Holiday
Bournemouth is set amid verdant pinewoods and ticks every box when it comes to the perfect beach break. Pick your spot on a golden beach, head to the pleasure piers for traditional seaside fun or hop aboard the little land train to see the sights. Garden lovers are spoiled for choice with acres of parks such as the Alum Chine Gardens with its tropical flowers, shaded paths and sea views. Perhaps visit RussellCotes Art Gallery, housed in a Grade I listed building and presenting themed displays. Maybe catch the local bus to the Aviation Museum where you can climb into a cockpit as you view historic aircraft. Add on exquisite architecture like the Gothic-Revival St Peter’s Church and you’re sure to agree that Bournemouth is so much more than simply a seaside resort. If you can tear yourself away, our itinerary takes in Christchurch, Salisbury, Weymouth and Dorchester. If you’re staying
for seven days, we add on the fascinating Beaulieu Estate where there truly is something for everyone.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Coach Holidays (UK Mainlands)
- Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Coach travel throughout
- Excursions as stated
Your ExcursionsChristchurch & Salisbury
Located on the shores of its own natural harbour, traditional Christchurch is renowned for its eleventh century priory. Salisbury is a medieval masterpiece with a magnificent gothic cathedral that has towered over the city for almost eight centuries. One of England’s most handsome cities, its grid-like streets with black and white half timbered architecture are a joy to explore. Perhaps visit the National Trust’s Grade I listed Mompesson House with its period artefacts and hidden garden.
Weymouth & Dorchester
Weymouth boasts a World Heritage Jurassic Coastline, charming harbour and a grand Georgian seafront lined with al fresco cafés. Relax in one of Weymouth’s many parks and gardens or browse the independent boutiques in the town centre. Maybe head to Nothe Fort, built by the Victorians and now an award winning visitor attraction with underground passageways, ramparts and themed exhibits including a World War Two evacuee experience, air raid shelters and a wartime shop. We move on to the picturesque market town of Dorchester - the inspiration for fictional “Casterbridge” in Thomas Hardy’s novel and home to a statue of the great author.
Collect 500 Coach Miles
COACH MILES is our fantastic reward scheme, allowing you to save money the more you travel with us. On this holiday you can collect 500 coach miles.
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Britannia Royal Bath Hotel - Bournemouth
As the first hotel built in Bournemouth, the Britannia Royal Bath naturally seized the best seafront position yet just metres from the shops and gardens of the resort. Set in landscaped gardens, this grand property boasts modern amenities and Victorian splendour
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