Uplifting Cheshire & Tatton Park

Uplifting Cheshire & Tatton Park

Join us on this fabulous tour of Cheshire's attractions including entry to Tatton Park, Dunham Massey House & Garden, The Lion Salt Works and the Anderton Boat Lift plus visits to Stafford and Bath.

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Join us on this fabulous tour of Cheshire's attractions including entry to Tatton Park, Dunham Massey House & Garden, The Lion Salt Works and the Anderton Boat Lift plus visits to Stafford and Bath.

Thursday 10th - Monday 14th August 2017

 

£359 per person

 

 

Price Includes:  4 night's Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Accommodation at the 4 star Park Royal Hotel, Warrington, plus entry to Tatton Park, Dunham Massey House & Garden, The Lion Salt Works and the Anderton Boat Lift plus visits to Stafford and Bath. 

 

Not included: Single room supplement £70 per person

Thursday

We depart Plymouth at 7am, making a coffee stop before heading to Stafford, the county town of Staffordshire where we will stop for lunch. It is steeped in history and offers a mix of old and modern architecture with its Ancient High House, Castle, churches and Guildhall Shopping centre to discover. We then continue onto our hotel to relax and unwind after our long journey.

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Friday

Today we will visit Tatton Park, with 1,000 acres of parkland which is home to two herds of deer, which we should be able to glimpse on arrival. There are four attractions to enjoy; the Mansion, Gardens, Farm and Old Hall and a choice of speciality shops in which to browse during the day.

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Saturday

The 18th Century National Trust property of Dunham Massey House is our destination today, set within 3,000 acres of beautiful parkland. Inside the house we can discover 300 years of family history and a remarkable collection of possessions amassed by the Booths and the Greys over the last few centuries. You will also have time to explore the gardens and deer park.

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Sunday

This morning we will visit The Lion Salt Works, a new museum housed within a restored historic open-pan salt making site. Salt-making in Cheshire dates back over 2,000 years, when the salt towns of Cheshire were first established by the Romans. In 1894, Henry Ingram Thompson constructed the "Lion Salt Works" consisting of a series of pan and stove houses that were operated here for almost 1,000 years . . . And today we will go on a journey of discovery through a series of original buildings housing fascinating exhibits that bring working as a salt-miner to life! Later we visit the historic Anderton Boatlift where you will experience the lift first hand in a glass covered boat on a 30 minute voyage.

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Monday

Sadly we must head home today, we will complete our holiday with a lunch stop at Bath which has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and offers some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, the Circus and Pulteney Bridge. We will depart Bath late afternoon aiming to arrive back into Plymouth early - mid evening.

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B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Derrys Cross Roundabout Derrys Cross Roundabout
Bottom of Royal Parade
Exeter Exeter
Exeter Services, M5, J30
Ivybridge Ivybridge
Town Hall bus bay
Milehouse Milehouse
Bus stop opposite Bus Depot
Plympton Plympton
Harewood House bus stop
Plymstock Broadway Plymstock Broadway
Outside Lidls
Saltash Saltash
Fore Street opposite the Co-op
St Budeaux St Budeaux
Bus stop facing City Centre
Wolseley Road Wolseley Road
Bus stop opposite The Co-op
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