Coach Holidays & Short Breaks 2017 by Kevendys Travel

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5 days • monday 3rd april cardiff and the royal mint cardiff has an abundance of attractions culture and leisure facilities – and it s all so easily accessible there s the fairytale castle the famous millennium stadium and acres of lush parkland along with first class shopping facilities day 1 we make a lengthy stop in newbury to enable you to purchase refreshments before we continue to our hotel for our four-night stay day 2 today we visit the royal mint the mint evolved to become a sophisticated industrial concern operating today as a government company the 1100 or so years of its existence track the history of britain through its wars and political upheavals its social and economic progress its technological and scientific advances its history is in short woven into that of britain itself we gain a fascinating insight into the history of the royal mint the technological advances that over centuries have made minting to such exacting standards possible learn about the role of the people at the heart of this great institution from the artists and engravers to the royal mint officials to the highly skilled production workers in the afternoon we return to cardiff for a guided tour by coach day 3 today is a free day for you to explore cardiff at your own leisure why not visit the bay area comprising of a number of shops restaurants and the millennium centre or the newly developed shopping centre and traditional victorian arcades you could also visit the stunning cardiff castle the national 10 museum or even the doctor who experience local charges apply day 4 today we spend the day at st fagans which is one of europe s leading open-air museums and wales s most popular heritage attraction the museum stands in the grounds of the magnificent st fagans castle and gardens a late 16th-century manor house donated to the people of wales by the earl of plymouth since 1948 over forty original buildings from different historical periods have been re-erected in the 100-acre parkland among them houses a farm a school a chapel and a splendid workmen’s institute traditional crafts and activities bring st fagans alive in workshops where craftsmen still demonstrate their traditional skills their produce is usually on sale native breeds of livestock can be seen in the fields and farmyards and demonstrations of farming tasks take place daily you will gain an insight into the rich heritage and culture of wales and the welsh language can be heard in daily use amongst craftsmen and interpreters day 5 we return home via marlow to enable you to purchase refreshments before we start the last leg of our homeward journey £339 per person £25 per night single supplement price includes • choice of coach seats • door-to-door holiday service • executive coach with toilet and extra legroom throughout • free on board wi-fi • services of our tour escort throughout • welcome brunch and comfort pack on outward journey • complimentary tea/coffee • 4 nights half board accommodation • excursions as described hotel the angel hotel ★★★ this classic victorian building offers modern air-conditioned bedrooms next to cardiff castle and 150 yards from the principality stadium it has an elegant restaurant and bar many rooms at the angel hotel have views of historic cardiff castle and it’s grounds every room features free wi-fi a tv and a private bathroom tea/coffee making facilities are also provided cardiff’s small city centre means that this hotel is just 100 yards from peaceful bute park boutique shops and many restaurants visit us at or call 01268 763800