March 2020 – Derbyshire & the Peak District

22/03/2020 - 26/03/2020 All day

£545 per person Single Supplement from £115

5 Days

 

Included in the holiday:

  • ‘Door to Door’ service
  • Ferry tickets
  • Accommodation on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
  • Coach excursions with included admissions as listed in tour itinerary

Sunday 22nd March 2020

After your collection from home we depart on the morning sailing to Heysham. Onward coach journey to the Shrigley Hall Hotel, Pott Shrigley, near Macclesfield, Cheshire.

Monday 23rd to Wednesday 25th March 2020

Excursions will be taken as listed in the tour itinerary.

Thursday 26th March 2020

After breakfast this morning we make the journey to Heysham. The afternoon sailing is taken and on arrival in Douglas the ‘Door to Door’ service will take you home. 

Shrigley Hall Hotel

Shrigley Hall Hotel stands in its own 262 acre estate in wonderful Cheshire countryside on the edge of the Peak District National Park. This 19th century house is beautifully furnished in traditional style with a variety of facilities, including an indoor pool, spa, championship golf course.

  • 4 star
  • Lift

• Leisure facilities

• Indoor swimming pool

 

TOUR ITINERARY

Full day excursion to –

Enjoy the highlight of the tour, a visit to Chatsworth House and Gardens; the magnificent home of the Devonshire family, which has appeared in period dramas. Continue into the Peak District, passing Ladybower Reservoir and the Derwent Dam, where the Dam Busters Squadron practiced their manoeuvres during WWII.

Full day excursion to –

Travel to Crich and to the Tramway Village, a lovingly restored period village that is also home to the National Tramway Museum. Exhibitions bring to life the history of the tram and visitors can ride on the restored tramways. Other attractions include a workshop and viewing gallery, an old fashioned sweet shop and a restored public house. Afterwards, we continue to the pretty town of Ashbourne.

Full day excursion to –

Visit the historic market town of Buxton renowned for its healing waters and Pavilion Gardens set in 23 acres of Victorian landscaping. Continue to Lyme Park and step back in time to the Edwardian age – Lyme’s ‘Golden Era’. Enjoy the house with its lavish interiors, the beautiful gardens and enchanting lake where a certain Mr Darcy appeared in the BBC’s production of Pride and Prejudice.