Shearings the great value coach holiday provider have just announced three new holiday routes for passengers from the South East. Normally passengers travel from a local pick up point to an interchange where they swop to their destination coach. Now passengers in the South East of the country can catch a coach direct to one of three European destinations.
The three new destinations are:
Ostend in Brussels
This five day, four night break takes you to the heart of Belgian providing you with the opportunity to explore the medieval town of Bruges with its beautiful architecture and market squares. The accommodation for this holiday is the Royal Astrid Hotel which has a welcoming fire place in the bar area, as well as an indoor pool, sauna and steam room for its guest to enjoy.
Paris, Versailles and Monet’s Garden
Stay at the Novotel Cergy Pontoise, Cergy Pontoise hotel just north of Paris with an outdoor swimming pool and happy hour deals in the bar, Te holiday includes a full day’s excursion to Normandy to explore the beautifully restored Monet’s Garden which provided inspiration for manhy of his most famous paintings. On the way back to the hotel you stop off at Versailles which has been featured in so many feature films it will probably seem familiar to you.
Bruges the Venice of the North.
This medieval town is beautiful to explore and a testament to independence. Many of its inhabitants speak three or four languages as Bruges was a centre for the wool trade and the town has kept its trade links. The holiday is for four nights and includes breakfasts each day, a lunch and two dinners. What makes Shearings holidays really special is the effort they take to ensure that the excursions included in the price of your holiday really show you the best of the area that you are staying in and also places of specific interest. This holiday includes three excursions, a half day to Brussels, a half day tour to a Europe mini attraction which features many of the most popular European towns in miniature so you can take in the whole of Europe in an afternoon. An historic trip to the border town of Ypres, featuring a memorial to the many soldiers killed in the First World War, the last post is played here every day and you stay until it is played.
So why not consider a coach holiday this year, many of the customer reviews refer to the coach drivers and how much effort they put into making sure you get the most out of your stay. It’s the little things like knowing the best places to stop for a cuppa which they can recommend as well as being knowledgeable about the destination. People book onto a Shearings holiday again and again and they have numerous destinations both abroad and in the UK. So if you’re lucky enough to live in the South East why not check out one of these newly announced direct holidays and if you don’t and haven’t been on a Shearings holiday before check out their website there are always great offers to be had.