Bridgerton In Bath & Oxford Dreaming Spires
- Duration: 2 days
- Board Basis: Half Board
- Tour Ref: D2T16206
- Travel Type: Coach
2 Days Away - 2022
Calling all Bridgerton fans! Don’t miss this wonderful two-day break to experience the very best that Oxford has to offer, plus the chance to enjoy a Bridgerton in Bath tour where we discover the charming cobbled streets and photogenic crescents that featured in the popular Netflix series.
Cameras at the ready for Abbey Green, which you’ll recognise as the backdrop for the fictional dress shop (and hotbed of gossip), Modiste, along with No.1 Royal Crescent, which provided the grand exterior for Lady Featherington’s home. We even get to see the exterior of Lady Danbury’s house and Gunters Tea Shop. Book today – it would be scandalous to miss out!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel
- Overnight stay at the 3-star Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, Oxford South with dinner & breakfast
- Included visit to Oxford
- Included visit to Bath with Bridgerton tour
Delightful Bath is the only city in the UK to be named a World Heritage Site. Rich in diversity, its most famous attraction is of course its natural hot springs at the Roman Baths, a magnificent temple and bathing complex.
Renowned for its stunning architecture, this wonderful city has something to see at every turn. Marvel at the stunning Bath Abbey, the last of the great medieval churches of England, visit the many museums including the Jane Austen Centre, stroll through the beautiful parks and gardens, browse the many fantastic shops this picturesque city has to offer or enjoy afternoon tea at the magnificent 18th-century Pump Room.
This beautiful city of dreaming spires has plenty to offer the visitor on a coach break, with many historic university buildings to see including the famous Bodleian Libraries, and picturesque scenes of students and visitors punting on the river.
Oxford also has a wide variety of shops, from high street stores to quaint individual boutiques and bookshops, intermingled with plenty of restaurants and olde world taverns. The city’s literary connections include J.R.R Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and Oscar Wilde and provided inspiration for some of the sets in the Harry Potter films.
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