Bugler Coaches

Teignmouth 13th August 2022

Teignmouth

Saturday 13th August

 

            

 

 

The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00am  or

you can board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

 

 

Teignmouth is a stunning coastal town with historic Georgian buildings, long sandy beaches, and fresh local food.

The town sits on the edge of the mouth of River Teign  and the South Devon coast – and is surrounded by lush Devon countryside, so you won’t find a more beautiful setting for a day out.

 

Teignmouth is the ideal day trip destination – with a Victorian Pier, lido, and crazy golf all within easy reach of the beaches and town centre.

Teignmouth Town beach is a long expanse of sand with the pier, arcades and promenade. 

Teignmouth River Beach is full of beautiful fishing boats and has a wonderful
quaint village feel – perfect for coastal walks.

The town itself has beautiful Georgian buildings and a lovely high street
for a bit of retail therapy.  

 

    

 

We'll return home to Bristol, arriving back in the City Centre around 7.30pm

 

£23.95

  

To book phone  

01225 444422

or

book online below

  

Dartmouth 16th August 2022

 

Dartmouth

Tuesday 16th August

 
 
Dartmouth, one of England's oldest seaports and still one of the busiest You can spend a delightful afternoon watching the action on the river as the ferries cross back and forth and cruise ships arrive from far off places.
 
Dartmouth Castle can be reached by ferry The town is crammed with interesting shops, narrow streets and marvellous places to eat. Whether it's a light lunch or a
Devon Cream Tea it's easy to find in Dartmouth
 

 

 
You can take a boat trip to Dittisham, and to Dame Agatha Christie's family home, The Greenway Estate, which she bought in 1938 and where
she wrote many of her famous novels
 
 

Dartmouth Regatta

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Dartmouth Regatta 2

  
The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00 am, or you can
board the coach at your local pick up point


£23.95
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To book phone

01225 444422

or book on-line below

        

The Babbacombe Summer Show 17th August 2022

 

The Babbacombe Theatre Summer Show

& Lunch at the Babbacombe Inn

Wednesday 17th August

       

 

   

The coach will leave Bristol (Anchor Road) at 9.00am

or you can board earlier at your local Pick-up Point

 

    

We'll make a short 'comfort' stop at Taunton Deane Services

and please bring a coffee back onto the coach

if you wish to enjoy it on the journey

 

We'll arrive at The Babbacombe Inn where you'll enjoy a 2 course lunch with tea or coffee before heading across to The Babbacombe Theatre for the show.

 

if you haven't been to Babbacombe Theatre You really must do
so this year. Voted Devon's best theatre by Tripadvisor.

 

When the details of the 2022 Summer Show are released we'll update this page but you can be show it will be fantastic which is why so many of our passengers come back to Babbacombe with us year after year!.

 

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As always Two Course lunch and Coffee at The Babbacombe
Inn is included in the price and of course your Front of Stalls
tickets for the show

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(The Poster above is from a previous show)

     We'll arrive back in Bristol at around 7.30pm

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£53.95

(Includes 2 course lunch and theatre tickets - Best Seats, front of stalls)

 

 

 

To book phone

01225 444422

or book on-line below

    

 

Exmouth 20th August 2022

Exmouth
Saturday 20th August
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The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00 am, or you can

board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

     

A fabulous day excursion to the beautiful seaside town of Exmouth.

 

With its location on the banks of the Exe Estuary Exmouth is also a wildlife hotspot

the local Nature Reserve is one of the biggest in Devon. 

 




Exmouth is home is an indoor market and range of shops to be browsed and explored amongst

the splendid regency architecture. To discover a bit more about the history of the town follow the Blue Plaque heritage trail and explore the heritage of the area.

 
 
  We'll  arrive back in Bristol around 7.30 pm
   
£23.95
To book phone
01225 444422
or
 
book online below
 

Brixham Harbour 23rd August 2022

Brixham Harbour

Tuesday 23rd August

 

 

 

  

One of England's oldest fishing ports and still one of the busiest

The town has lots of cafes that sell fish straight from the boats

and you can see the trawler fleet in the harbour and if

you're lucky, you might see the seals that live in

the harbour where they enjoy the titbits

  

   

Drake's ship, The Golden Hind is there for you to visit

and you can also walk around the harbour to see

the Brixham Lifeboat on station       

The coach will leave Bristol City Centre (Anchor Road) at 9.00am  or

you can board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

We'll arrive back in Bristol at approx 7.30pm

  

£23.95

  

To book phone

01225 444422

or book on-line below

  

Lyme Regis 24th August 2022

Lyme Regis

Wednesday 24th August

 

 

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The coach will leave Bristol City Centre at 9.00 am, or you can

board the coach earlier at your local pick up point

 

We'll arrive in Lyme Regis in good time for lunch

  

 

 

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You'll have all afternoon to wander around the harbour or sit on the

beach and take tea before we leave at approx 4.30pm

 

We will arrive back in Bristol around 7.30 pm

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£23.95

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To book phone

01225 444422

or

book online below

           

Swanage 25th August 2022

Swanage

 

Thursday 25th August

    

   

 

Swanage has a beautiful beach and some great places

for lunch including several good Fish & Chip restaurants

 

 

Up to the early 19th Century, Swanage was a small fishing port. However the
arrival of the railway meant it developed as a seaside resort and it retains
much of its Victorian character to this day.

The Town Hall dates from 1872 and the façade was taken from the Mercere’s Hall in Cheapside London. Swanage became known as ‘little London’ thanks to
this and other 'imports' from London made by George Burt,
a local business man.

Behind the Town Hall is a tiny lock-up of 1802, inscribed “For the Prevention of Vice and Immorality by the Friends of Religion and Good Order”.