Blackpool the pinnacle of old English postcards, known for its fun and humor. There is plenty for all the family to enjoy at this traditional British seaside resort. From the adrenaline of its famed pleasure beach to its three distinctive piers dotted along the golden beach.
There is a fabulous range of activities to enjoy if you are looking for something different. Blackpool Zoo, The Model Village and Blackpool Dungeons are just a few examples. Why not pop in to Blackpool Tower and enjoy a waltz in the magnificent Ballroom? Blackpool’s charm is its defiant embrace of the seaside holiday, it offers a mix of thrills, fun, laughs and relaxation.
The Parisienne Hotel
On Blackpool’s fashionable North Promenade and close to the town centre, the Parisienne Hotel is a well-located bed and breakfast. The nightlife of the vibrant town centre is just 0.8 km away.
Each modern bedroom has a TV, tea and coffee-making facilities and a private bathroom. Some rooms have views across the Irish Sea.
The ‘Ooh La La’ Bar Lounge provides a peaceful setting to enjoy a drink.
The spacious ‘De Ja Vu’ Restaurant boasts panoramic sea views and a 7-foot Marine Aquarium. Hearty breakfasts are served each morning.
Blackpool North train station is a 8-minute walk away.
All coach travel, en-suite accommodation, dinner, bed and breakfast, evening entertainment and excursions.
Fleetwood is a beautiful, Victorian seaside resort boasting a stunning promenade, Art Deco Theatre, a beautiful harbor, traditional shops and the Famous Fleetwood Market. Enjoy a walk along the promenade and see some of the most magnificent views in Lancashire. Have some family fun at Marine Splash or see some top flight events at the historic Marine Hall.
Blackpool Illuminations Tour
The world famous Illuminations need little introduction. Miles of festoons along the Promenade attract 3 million visitors each year. An array of tableau characters ready to greet the world. An extraordinary 3d projection on the front of Blackpool Tower. No wonder its known as the greatest free light show on earth. We’ll join the coach one evening and tour the Golden Mile for a bird’s eye view.
Visit Lancaster’s castle and museums to uncover the cities ancient stories hidden in its walls and buildings and find out more about the people who shaped its history. Stroll along the towpaths of the canal or along St Georges Quay, marvelling at the Georgian architecture which lines the banks of the river Lune. Shop local in Lancaster’s quirky boutiques and independent galleries or choose from renowned high street brands in Penny St, St Nic’s and Marketgate stores. But don't forget to relax and enjoy one of the cities many bars, restaurants and cafes too.
5 Day Tours Only