Category: UK Coach Holidays
Coach trips to the seaside are perennial favourites for Brits, and we have a long history of holidaying by the sea. Travelstyle have collected deals on a wide range of some of the most popular locations â€“ which means that no matter what kind of beach holiday youâ€™re looking for, our coach trips have you covered!
UK Coach Trip to the Seaside…
If youâ€™re after the entertainment and attractions of a traditional seaside resort, then weâ€™ve got short breaks to all five Pontins parks, as well as hotels in Llandudno and Blackpool â€“ outstanding value at prices from Â£25 per night. Alternatively, perhaps you want to explore the old-world charm of the English Riviera, in which case perhaps a trip down to Torquay or Babbacombe might be more for you. Another favourite is the Isle of Wight, which sees around 100,000 visitors on short breaks every year. Whatever your holidaying requirements are our range of coach trips to the seaside and short breaks are sure to include something that tickles your fancy.
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Thereâ€™s miles more smiles with Travelstyle! Click the following link to see our full range of UK coach trips to the seaside!
Editor’s Note: This blog was originally published on 15/08/2012 and was updated on 09/02/2016.
If you like to visit attractions that are more on the modern side itâ€™s sometimes hard to know where the best places are to visit or where some hidden gems of modern attractions are hiding. Here is a quick list of some of the top contemporary attractions we offer at affordable prices!
Our four/five day Bournemouth breaks has it all: beautiful beaches, great shops and restaurants, thriving night life, outstanding water sports and stunning public gardens. Dinner, bed and breakfast are included in our prices â€“ great value at from just Â£129.95 for five days and four nights â€“ and all the rooms have a private bathroom as well as tea and coffee-making facilities and a colour TV.
Enjoy Our Bournemouth Breaks…
Located in sunny Dorset on the south coast, Bournemouth is a popular destination for tourists and leisure-seekers. Seven miles of sandy beaches and blue sea are waiting for you, but thereâ€™s much, much more to enjoy on a mid-week break. The award-winning Central Gardens are always popular, and the Russell-Cotes museum and a series of festivals through the year provide further major cultural attractions. Bournemouthâ€™s beaches are ideal for wind-surfing and kite-surfing, and there are a number of schools if you feel like learning. Boscombe, one of the townâ€™s suburbs, is home to Europeâ€™s first artificial surf reef. For days around town there are plenty of shops, restaurants, cafÃ©s and other attractions. Travelstyle also offer excursions to the nearby Georgian resort of Weymouth, as well as Pool Quay.
Bournemouth Breaks: Book Your Coach Tour Today!
Weâ€™ve made it as easy as possible to book your getaway to Bournemouth. Simply click the following link for our selection of Bournemouth breaks. You can also use our holiday finder on the left hand side of our website–enter where you want to go in the search bar and the dates you’re interested in and voila!Â
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on 17/01/2013 and was updated on 02/03/16.
If youâ€™re happy to travel a little further afield for stunning scenery and beautiful coastlines, consider a short break to Wales. Our smile finder is a fast and easy way to dig out some of the best deals around â€“ just put in your postcode, choose where you want to leave from and weâ€™ll list all the available holidays weâ€™ve got.
Book Your Short Break to Wales
Wales has much to offer for weekend and short breaks, and since Travelstyle takes care of all the transport and accommodation for you, all you have to do is turn up at the pick-up point and let us take you to your destination–your short break to Wales can’t be easier! Coaches leave from locations all over the UK, generally between 6am and 10am.
Wales is famous for its rolling hills and stunning landscapes, and you will see plenty of these on our breaks. But perhaps you didnâ€™t know that Wales also has some great beach towns. Llandudno, for example, is one of the countryâ€™s largest seaside resorts â€“ a thriving holiday destination in the Victorian era that is still extremely popular today. As well as the traditional attractions and entertainments of a beach resort there is now a modern shopping arcade and theatre to add to its appeal.
If youâ€™re looking for a family holiday in Wales then the Pontins park at Prestatyn Sands in North Wales might be a good option. Close to Rhyl and Chester, the resort has three beaches and is surrounded by some fantastic scenery. Thereâ€™s plenty to do in the local area, including â€“ for the energetic â€“ Snowdon a few miles away.
Accommodation in Wales
All of Travelstyleâ€™s hotel deals include breakfast and dinner in the price, as well as coffee-making facilities in your room and a private bathroom. We offer some of the lowest prices around, but if youâ€™re a die-hard bargain-hunter then why not try our last minute deals section? Hurry, though, because these donâ€™t last long.
For more info, click on the link to read more and book yourÂ short break to Wales.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on 10/08/2012 and was updated on 22/02/16.
Travelstyle doesnâ€™t just run coach trips to the UK. We also cater for those who want to explore Ireland and the continent with a range of longer breaks. This nine-day holiday takes in some of the best experiences that the Emerald Isle has to offer. Youâ€™ll be staying in a series of hotels around the country, as well as one to break the outward journey in the north west of England. As always, dinner, bed and breakfast are included in the price and each room has private facilities, colour TV and a tea and coffee tray. Use the handy smile finder at the top of the page to find out more and book your break.
Ireland By Coach with Travelstyle
Travelstyle have put together a terrific itinerary to show you some of the sights for which Ireland is so famous. On the way out youâ€™ll be making a stopover at one of our partnering hotels, before taking the ferry from Holyhead and Dublin. Travelling around the country by coach, weâ€™ll be seeing the best of Ireland, ancient and modern, and staying in Dungarvan, Bray, Kilkenny and Dublin. Youâ€™ll find stunning scenery, picturesque towns and centuries of intriguing history, myths and legends. There are guided tours of Dublin, a trip to the Copper Coast and Cork, and the coach will be stopping off at several of the attractions around the Rock of Cashel â€“ to name a few. Each night is spent in a comfortable and well-equipped hotel.
Find out more
For a full itinerary and booking details, simply enter your details into the easy-to-use smile finder at the top of the page and weâ€™ll do the rest. Remember — since weâ€™re travelling outside the UK youâ€™ll need to bring photographic ID (such as a passport or driving licence) and arrange travel insurance. If you run into any snags just give us a call on 0844 682 7000 and weâ€™ll help you organise your trip. Click the link for more info on Ireland by coach.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on 24/01/13 and was updated on 22/02/2016.