Manchester Ship Canal & Merseyside

Manchester Ship Canal & Merseyside

Friday 12th to Monday 15th October 2018

£289.00 per person

Single room supplement £75.00

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In many ways this tour is all about taking a step back in time in the NW England.

An epic canal journey, a Victorian glasshouse, a wondrous village set apart

for factory workers, the history of the dockyards and shipyards

have all shaped the region as we know it today.

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Best Western Everglades Hotel

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The Best Western Everglades Park Hotel is located in the Cheshire countryside.

Facilities at the Hotel include free Wi-Fi internet access, a contemporary

restaurant offering locally sourced produce and a relaxing lounge bar.

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The Key’s Restaurant at the Everglades Park Hotel is luxuriously furnished in a scheme

of deep reds and crimson and is open seven nights a week and offers a range

of truly mouth-watering menus. Popular with non-residents also, it has a

local reputation for first-class service and excellent dishes,

complemented by an extensive wine list.

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Manchester Ship Canal

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Manchester Ship Canal

The fascinating Manchester Ship Canal Cruise offers you a North West day out to remember. Come aboard with us for a trip that’s as awe inspiring as it is relaxing.
You’ll travel the 35-miles of the canal, enjoying spectacular scenery and a lively commentary along the way. We’ll tell the story of how this magnificent waterway

shaped the city of Manchester and the North West of England; take you through

locks and bridges that have remained largely unchanged since their

construction over 100 years ago; plus show you some of the

region’s most stunning architectural and natural sights.

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To make the journey even more enjoyable the licensed bar and servery are available

on board, selling refreshments and snacks throughout the cruise.

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Port Sunlight Museum

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Port Sunlight

Port Sunlight Garden Village - Includes Guided Tour of Museum and Afternoon tea

Port Sunlight Museum celebrates the unique heritage of the beautiful and historic industrial village of Port Sunlight - people, formal planning, architecture, and

parks & gardens - from its foundation in 1888 for William Hesketh

Lever's soap workers, to life in the village today.

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Port Sunlight is an important tourist destination in the North West with 900 Grade II Listed buildings and declared a conservation area in 1978 and one of Cheshire's

Gardens of Distinction. It is the finest surviving example

of early urban planning the UK.

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The late 19th century village was built by William Hesketh Lever to house his

soap factory workers at Lever Brothers, which eventually

turned into the global giant Unilever. 

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Dell Bridge, Port Sunlight

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Merseyside Maritime Museum

Merseyside Maritime Museum is in the Albert Dock, Liverpool.

It contains a variety of objects associated with the social and commercial history of the port of Liverpool. Highlights include ship models, maritime paintings, colourful

posters from the golden age of liners and even some full sized vessels.

There is also the major current exhibition Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story,

which tells the story of Liverpool's links to the ill-fated liner. The Museum also

houses the International Slavery Museum as well as the Border Force's

national museum: Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered

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Merseyside Maritime Museum

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Free time at Albert Dock

Situated in a World Heritage Site waterfront, Albert Dock features the largest

collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country.

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Attractions include the award-winning Beatles Story, which tells the story of four of the city’s most famous residents who shook music and the world forever.

Pair this leap into musical history with a trip on the Magical Mystery

Tour that’ll take you to Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane.

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Tate Liverpool is the home of art and culture at Albert Dock, past collections have included Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock, it’s anyone’s guess who’s next.

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Albert Dock

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Sefton Park Palm House

The Palm House has a full and interesting History and Heritage. As one of its kind, this glass structure is different every time you visit depending on the time of day,

type of light and seasonal growth. 

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The Liverpool Botanical Collection is a sight to be seen. Every season brings new delights to discover. With benches both inside and out, it is a perfect place

for quiet reflection. Admission is free.

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Sefton Park Palm House

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Friday 12th October

Four Days & three nights

£289.00 per person

Single room supplement £25.00 per night

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Includes;

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Cruise on Manchester Ship Canal
Titanic & Merseyside Maritime Museum
Explore Albert Dock at leisure
Entry to Sefton Park Palm House
Port Sunlight Industrial Garden Village, guided coach tour, visit to the Lever Factory Museum, afternoon tea & memento

 

 

Price also includes pick-up from and return to any of our

regular pick up points in and around Bristol

 

You can see a full list of our pick-up points

on our main menu  

 

You can book your Away Break with just a

£50.00 per person deposit

 

To book your break phone our booking team on

01225 444422

or book on-line below

 

If you would like a home pick-up and return we

can arrange it at an extra cost of £25.00

(Covers any number of people from one address)

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If you choose to book online using the icon below we will only take £50.00 per person deposit from you at this stage and will contact you afterwards to take more details

regarding your room requirements

 

IMPORTANT - Your deposit and payment is fully protected

In accordance with 'The Package Travel, Package Tours Regulations 1992'

all passengers booking with Bugler Coaches Limited are fully covered

for the initial deposit and balance of monies paid arising from

the insolvency of the Company

 

You can book with complete peace of mind

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