Dodds of Troon | 4 East Road, Ayr, KA8 9BA
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Dodds Coach Holidays | 24 Central Avenue, Gretna, DG16 5AS
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Harrogate became a popular spa town in the 18th and 19th century, many of its elegant Victorian and Edwardian buildings still stand today, giving the town a distinctive character. There are several notable attractions; the Royal Pump Room Museum, Turkish Baths and the exclusive Montpellier Quarter, offering a boutique shopping experience.View Dates & Book
Price Includes (all details are subject to change):
four nights dinner, bed and breakfast
entertainment (Cairn Hotel only)
three drinks vouchers per day (Cairn Hotel on 18 March only. Maximum of two alcoholic drinks per day, selected brands only, does not include De Luxe or Malts)
one packed lunch (Cairn Hotel 18 March only)
one hotel lunch (soup and sandwiches at the Cairn Hotel 18 March only)
return coach travel
return ferry fare from N Ireland (£30 supplement)
Cairn Hotel, Harrogate (March/July)
Set in the stunning spa town of Harrogate and just a short walk from the town centre. This hotel has been carefully modernised, although grand original features still welcome you to the splendour of the charming Victorian building. The informal restaurant and beautifully refurbished lounge, foyer and bar area offer a warm and inviting place to enjoy the entertainment, relax and socialise. (lift)
Cedar Court Hotel, Harrogate (April/May/August)
Located in the heart of historic Harrogate, the 4* Cedar Court Hotel offers exceptional accommodation overlooking 200 acres of the pristine parkland. The property is a historical site in its own right, dating back to 1671. This hotel offers their guests modern facilities and superfast Wi-Fi. Also, it is a short stroll away from some of the must-visit attractions in the town centre. These include the famous Bettys Tea Room, unique Moorish-style Turkish Baths and Harrogate Theatre. (lift)
Depart from your selected joining point and travel to Harrogate for your four nights stay. Comfort stops will be made en-route.
The Yorkshire Dales is rich in farming history and noted for its drystone walls, majestic hills and rolling green valleys. Travel deep in to the heart of the Dales, passing some charming villages such as Ripley, Pateley Bridge, Grassington and Aysgarth. Visit the delightful town of Hawes and stop for a photo opportunity near the famous Ribblehead Viaduct, before spending time in picturesque Settle.
The ancient city of York is renowned for its rich history, well-preserved medieval architecture and impressive city walls. It is home to a wealth of attractions including York Minster, The Shambles (a street often used as a filming location), the National Railway Museum and the Jorvik Viking Centre. The city is great for shopping, with a web of winding streets flaunting designer stores, independent shops and boutiques, each distinct shopping area has its own speciality.
Spend the day in Harrogate, with its tree lined gardens, parks, boutiques and tearooms; and perhaps visit the famous Betty's, where afternoon tea would be a perfect treat to end the day. Alternatively, you may prefer to indulge in a treatment at the stunning Victorian baths.
After breakfast you leave Harrogate and travel home. Comfort stops will be made en-route.
It may be necessary under certain circumstances for these excursions to be operated on different days to those shown.
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Not every holiday will suit your mobility needs and some are not suitable for persons using walking aids/wheelchairs etc. Please ask a member of staff for details should you have any concerns regarding suitability.
JOIN AND PARK AT STENA LINE, BELFAST ONLY £30. To reduce travel time, separate vehicles or taxis may be used to convey passengers to join our holiday coach.
JOIN AND PARK AT STENA LINE, BELFAST ONLY £30.
To reduce travel time, separate vehicles or taxis may be used to convey passengers to join our holiday coach.
| Annan, War Memorial opposite Queensberry Arms
| Ardrossan, Princes Street Bus Stop
|Ayr Dodds Depot
| Ayr, Dodds Depot, 4 East Road
| Ayr, Douglas Street Bus Stop, Outside Bus Station
| Ballantrae, Garage, Main Street
| Ballymena, Seven Towers Leisure Centre
Biestys Centra / Route Service Station,
| Ballynure, The Village Chippy
Car Park, Larne Road.
| Bangor, Town Car Park
opposite Bangor Railway Station Car Park
|Belfast City Centre
| Belfast City Centre, Leonardo Hotel,
(formerly Jurys Inn), Great Victoria Street.
| Belfast - Stena Line Victoria Terminal 4,
West Bank Road (Cairnryan)
| Cairnryan - Stena Line Passenger Terminal
Loch Ryan Port.Cairnryan
| Carlisle Asda
Bus Layby, Chandler Way
| Castle Douglas, Crown Hotel
Opposite Market Hill, King Street
| Coleraine, Lodge Hotel, Outside Front Door
CLIENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO PARK AT THE HOTEL.
| Cumnock, Tanyard Bus Station, New Bridge Street
| Dumfries, Whitesands, Coach Bay near Suspension
Bridge. (If Whitesands Closed, Brooms Rd Car Park)
| Dunsilly Roundabout
Car Park, Antrim
| Eastriggs, Central Bus stop
Opposite the Baxter Hall (Church)
| Girvan, Hamilton Arms Hotel
| Glengormley, Corrs Corner Roundabout
Larne Road Side.
| Gretna Main Bus Stop
| Gretna Hall Hotel, Front steps
Please park in the overflow parking space
| Holywood, Redburn Square.
| Irvine, Coach Park adjacent to Aldi
| Kilmarnock, St Marnock St (Police Station)
| Kilwinning, Caley Station (top of Dalry Road)
| Kirkconnel, bus stop at Railway Station entrance.
| Larne, Fairhill Car Park
| Lisburn, Sprucefield Shopping Centre, Bus Shelter
at mini roundabout near Marks & Spencers
| Maybole, Cassillis Hotel
| New Cumnock,Lay-By near Scotmid, Afton Bridge Road
| Newton Stewart, The Crown Hotel
| Newtownards, Circular Road
McDonalds Car Park
| Prestwick, Station Road.
| Saltcoats, Railway Station
| Sanquhar, Bus Stop at Train Station
| Stevenston, The Cross
Bus Stop Opposite Police Station
| Thornhill, Bus Stop beside Bank of Scotland
| Troon, Ivy Cottage, South Beach, Bus Stop outside