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Bournemouth, Dorchester & Weymouth - Turkey & Tinsel

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T791

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Days Away - 2022

Enjoy a spectacular five-day Turkey and Tinsel break to the traditional seaside resort of Bournemouth, with a fantastic drinks offer and entertainment at our welcoming hotel. Also included are excursions to discover the coastal beauty of Weymouth and Poole plus the bustling market town of Dorchester.

PRICE FROM ? £169 per person
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What's Included?

  • Return coach travel
  • 4 nights at a selected 2 or 3-star hotel in Bournemouth with dinner & breakfast (includes traditional ‘Christmas’ dinner)
  • 2 for 1 bar (6pm-9pm) on selected drinks
  • After-dinner tea & coffee on some evenings
  • Light entertainment every evening
  • Free excursion to Weymouth & Poole
  • Free excursion to Dorchester

    Optional excursion to the New Forest (Brockenhurst & Lyndhurst) (£9pp)

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Bournemouth

Bournemouth

With the only UK beach to be announced as one of the top ten beach destinations in Europe attracting visitors from all over the British Isles, the lively town of Bournemouth is a great destination for a coach tour.

With seven miles of lovely golden sands and inviting shimmering sea, this fantastic resort has much to offer.

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Weymouth

Weymouth

Located on the Dorset coast, Weymouth is a traditional seaside resort which has retained its original charm but has plenty to keep all ages and tastes happy.

With a majestic sweep of golden beach, a historic harbour, plenty of family-friendly attractions and a nature reserve right on its doorstep, Weymouth is a delightful coach holiday destination.

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Poole

Poole

The bustling coastal town of Poole is situated in Dorset on the south coast of England. Nestled between Bournemouth, the Isle of Purbeck and the Jurassic Coast (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), this popular tourist resort attracts visitors with its stunning natural harbour (the largest in Europe), award-winning Blue Flag beaches with golden sands, lively quayside and beautiful Old Town.

The harbour is a haven for sailors and water sports enthusiasts while the Old Town offers the chance to immerse yourself in Poole’s fascinating history which dates back to medieval times.

Once the thriving centre of Poole’s maritime industry, Poole Quay is full of treasures and is lined with a range of gift shops, traditional pubs, café bars and attractions. There are also plenty of eateries including many selling fine sea food, making this area a great place to browse and relax.

Poole also offers several urban parks and gardens including beautiful Poole Park, just a short walk from Poole Quay. Shopaholics are also catered for with an indoor shopping centre and pedestrianised High Street with a mix of well-known brands and small, independent retailers.

The New Forest

The New Forest

Enjoy the spectacular scenery of the New Forest, England’s smallest National Park, the roaming heathland with its famous ponies and pretty villages with thatched cottages and quaint tearooms. We call at Lyndhurst known as 'the capital of the New Forest', the picturesque coastal town of Lymington and the charming village of Brockenhurst.

Dorchester

Dorchester

As well as boasting a spectacular coastline, Dorset is famous for its charming county town of Dorchester. Idyllically located on the banks of the River Frome and framed against the glorious backdrop of the South Downs, this vibrant market town is steeped in history. You can discover relics of Dorchester’s Roman past in the County Museum and Roman Town House, or head to the award-winning Dinosaur Museum to find out more about the history of the area.

Fans of Thomas Hardy can explore Max Gate, the atmospheric Victorian home of the famous author and poet for 40 years until his death in 1928. Wander through the sophisticated rooms where Hardy wrote some of his most renowned work, including Tess of the d’Urbervilles, and walk in his footsteps in the peaceful garden.

The town also offers some lovely riverside walks as well as a host of quirky shops, tempting restaurants and cosy pubs to enjoy. If you’re lucky enough to visit Dorchester on a Sunday then be sure to grab a few bargains at the historic market, with indoor and outdoor stalls offering everything from local produce to clothes and plants!

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Accommodation

Selected hotel (2 or 3-star rating) Selected hotel (2 or 3-star rating)

Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities ● Restaurant (buffet style meals) ● Bar

Hotel accessibility information

Your hotel will be confirmed approximately 3 weeks before departure, therefore we cannot guarantee that the hotel will have a lift and/or ground floor rooms and may be unsuitable for those with limited mobility.

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