Three of the best David Urquhart coach holidays from Manchester
We have carefully chosen three of the finest David Urquhart coach holidays from a selection of those departing from Manchester. David Urquhart is a well-respected coach travel company which prides itself on value for money combined with great service and safety.
- Highlands, Skye and John O'Groats: An enjoyable trip to Mackay's Hotel and Spa Lodge in Strathpeffer in the deep north of Scotland, where you will stay for four nights of dinner, bed and breakfast, and watch evening entertainment every night. During the days, you will have the pleasure of excursions to Inverness, where you can take in some shopping and sightseeing, the Isle of Skye, where you will travel to Loch Carron, and John O'Groats, where will will see some spectacular views over the Pentland Firth to the Orkney islands. From just £189 per person.
- Folkestone and Boulogne: A 5 day trip including four nights of dinner, bed and breakfast at the Carlton Hotel. Includes one day trip to Canterbury where you can visit the famous cathedral, and another trip across the sea to Boulogne, a seaside city in northern France with nice beaches and great cultural landmarks such as its belfry, medieval castle, magnificent domed cathedral, and Nausicaa, a marine and sea life centre named after the character from the Odyssey. A bargain from just £209 per person.
- Dublin Delights: Another 5 day trip with 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the Plaza Hotel Tallaght, a 4-star hotel with great features and excellent facilities in every room. Includes three exciting excursions: to the Guinness Storehouse, where you'll have the chance to pour your own pint, to the city centre of Dublin, where you'll have lots of free time to explore sights like Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the city's museums and galleries, and to the seaside resort of Bray, where you can relax on the beach, visit the aquarium, or play some golf. From just £259 per person.
To read more about all of these holidays, or learn about other breaks, visit David Urquhart's website at davidurquhart.com.