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  • Destination: Isle of Wight

The Ocean View is an elegant hotel commanding magnificent views stretching across to Sandown Bay, offering a number of spacious bedrooms with seaviews and balconies upon which one can sit and relax, enjoying the tranquil views of Shanklin beach. The hotel is conveniently located for the facilities and amenities within the town centre and Shanklin Old Village.

The hotel provides a good standard of comfort throughout with 100 bedrooms all of which are en-suite, have tea/coffee making facilities which are replenished daily, colour TV and telephone. There is lift access to all floors.

A large bar lounge offers a great place to sit and unwind before being seated in the spacious restaurant for your evening meal. There is entertainment most evenings in the ballroom and music for dancing on a large sprung dance floor. The Ocean View also offers a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room. There is also a snooker room, indoor bowls and table tennis to keep you entertained.

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  • Destination: Isle of Wight

The Hotel Maria/St Moritz is a warm and friendly hotel situated right on Sandown seafront, with a beautiful sandy beach on its doorstep. It is close to all of Sandown’s amenities, which include a leisure park, arcade, acclaimed zoo, dinosaur museum and plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and cafés.

The hotel has recently undergone extensive refurbishment, resulting in light, airy, modern public rooms and accommodation. All 67 bedrooms are en-suite; have tea/coffee making facilities & digital television. Sea view rooms are available on request. This hotel has a lift to most rooms.

The large, modern lounge has both a well-stocked licensed bar and a dance floor area, where live entertainment and other activities can be enjoyed most evenings.

The attractive restaurant offers sea views and a variety of freshly cooked meals and is happy to cater for any special dietary needs on request.

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  • Destination: Folkestone

The Grand Burstin Hotel in Folkestone towers over Folkestone’s attractive harbour. This grand family hotel is renowned as one of the UK’s top entertainment hotels, meaning you can relax, dine in style and be entertained all under one roof. This Folkestone hotel is ideal for holidays, short breaks and weekend’s away.

All of the 481 bedrooms are comfortably furnished with many having sea views. The rooms are en-suite with colour televisions with satellite TV and tea/coffee making facilities.

The Hotel has its own leisure club with an 18 metre indoor heated pool, sauna, solarium and a fully equipped gymnasium with state of the art equipment. Reflexology & aromatherapy are also available.

Also there are several bars, restaurants and shops within the Hotel, as well as a games room and an amusement arcade.

The hotel has 4 lifts, which serves all floors.

The Hotel also offers an ideal base from which to take day trips to France, which are available upon request.

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  • Destination: Eastbourne

The Imperial is an impressive Victorian hotel situated at the seaward end of Devonshire Place, an imposing tree-lined boulevard, less than fifteen minutes walk from the facilities and amenities in the Town Centre and across the road from the promenade and the bandstand.

The hotel offers the guest a good standard of accommodation, spacious lounge areas and a newly refurbished Majestic Restaurant all in a dignified and tranquil ambience for the discerning holidaymaker.

There are 113 bedrooms all of which have private facilities, colour TV, telephone and complimentary tea and coffee which is replenished daily. There are also 2 lifts to all floors for easy access.

The Imperial has generous lounge space, 2 bars and entertainment is provided most evenings in the ballroom.

Eastbourne is an ideal holiday destination; it has one of the top sunshine records in the UK and has been awarded the Seaside Award for its clean and safe beaches for the past eight years. There is a huge variety of activities and events to suit all ages and tastes, from international tennis and West End Shows to the spectacular RAF air show in August. Whatever type of holiday you prefer, Eastbourne is sure to cater to your every need.

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  • Destination: Weston Super Mare

The New Birchfield Hotel is a family-run hotel situated in a perfect sea-front location. It is superbly placed on the Promenade over-looking the famous Marine Lake and Weston Bay within a short walk of the town centre where you can enjoy the numerous shops, the Playhouse Theatre, the Winter Gardens and other holiday attractions.

Passenger lifts assist all guests with access to 30 en-suite bedrooms. All rooms have been furnished to a high standard and offer colour TV’s direct-dial telephones and tea/coffee making facilities.

The New Birchfield prides itself on superb meals served in their Knightstone Restaurant which offers fantastic sea views.

The hotel has a fully-licensed and well-stocked bar where you will find entertainment including live musical shows by one of their many professional entertainers.

For those who prefer a quieter form of relaxation there is an elegant and spacious first floor lounge, leading to the sun terrace which has glorious views over Weston Bay. The lounge has a small library, board games, large television and is the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea.

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  • Destination: Warwickshire

Bosworth Hall Hotel & Spa is located in the heart of the English countryside. Dating from the 17th century.

This magnificent Grade II Listed Mansion is set in 11 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.

The imposing sweep of the hall’s main staircase is enhanced by magnificently carved banisters, bearing baskets of fruit and flowers. The main hall is panelled in oak and boasts a stunning Tudor stone fireplace. Large windows give the rooms a light and airy aspect, and look out over breath-taking views of the gardens and moat.

All 192 comfortable en-suite bedrooms are decorated with individual yet traditional style. They all include TV, telephone, trouser press and tea/coffee making facilities.

The period style Crompton’s Restaurant offers a la carte dining and table d’hôte cuisine. Jenny’s Restaurant serves breakfast, lunches and succulent Carvery Dinners. There are two bars, the Courtyard Bar and Cocktail Bar where you can sit back and relax with views over the garden and courtyard.

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  • Destination: Tenby

The Cliffe Norton is a privately owned Grade II early 19th Century listed building. With a warm welcome by friendly staff, it offers a wonderful intimate atmosphere for guests. Situated in an enviable position above lush cliff gardens, it enjoys panoramic views across the bay, including Goskar Rock, North Beach and Tenby’s Fishing Harbour, graciously carved into the headlands on which stands the majestic Prince Albert Monument. It’s excellent position equally lends itself for exploring the Medieval/Tudor town of Tenby – 2 minutes walk away.

All the bedrooms are bright, cheerful and well furnished. They have either en-suite or private facilities, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities that are replenished daily.

Particular attention is paid mainly to traditional English Cuisine which visitors agree is of an excellent standard and meals are varied and attractively presented. They can cater for those guests who require special diets and there is a daily vegetarian choice and an extensive wine list is also available.

The Cliffe Norton plays host to regular entertainment throughout the week.

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  • Destination: Tenby

The Royal hotel is an elegant 19th century hotel having been constructed in the year of 1890. Possessing a checkered past, the hotel has been a Victorian school, Royal Air Force convalescent home, hotel on several occasions, Second World War Communications Centre and Victorian spa baths to name but a few.

Being a Victorian hotel, there are 72 bedrooms, which vary in size, shape and views. All rooms feature a colour TV, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. All are en-suite with bath and shower or shower room only. There are 10 standard bedrooms located on the ground floor, being a combination of doubles, twins and one family room. Please note these rooms are not suitable for wheelchair bound users. There are 2 steps to negotiate on the ground floor bedroom corridor. The hotel lift provides access to 50 hotel rooms on the first and second floors.

The Bollywood Bar and Grill restaurant offers a contemporary authentic Indian menu of the finest cuisine, Sizzler dishes are a house speciality. Known locally as the best authentic Indian restaurant in Skegness. The Bollywood features bistro style service, its own self-contained bar and shows Indian films and Television programmes throughout the evening, but for those who want to stay with the more traditional menu the hotel has the English Bistro Grill & Steak Restaurant.

The Colonial Lounge and Bar is a relaxing lounge area with its own bar, located between hotel reception and the Royal Garden Suite function room, with the lounge overlooking the seaside gardens, a perfect location for morning coffee, lunchtime gatherings or glass of wine after hard day of beach walks or exploration of the Lincolnshire area.

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  • Destination: Skegness

The Royal hotel is an elegant 19th century hotel having been constructed in the year of 1890. Possessing a checkered past, the hotel has been a Victorian school, Royal Air Force convalescent home, hotel on several occasions, Second World War Communications Centre and Victorian spa baths to name but a few.

Being a Victorian hotel, there are 72 bedrooms, which vary in size, shape and views. All rooms feature a colour TV, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. All are en-suite with bath and shower or shower room only. There are 10 standard bedrooms located on the ground floor, being a combination of doubles, twins and one family room. Please note these rooms are not suitable for wheelchair bound users. There are 2 steps to negotiate on the ground floor bedroom corridor. The hotel lift provides access to 50 hotel rooms on the first and second floors.

The Bollywood Bar and Grill restaurant offers a contemporary authentic Indian menu of the finest cuisine, Sizzler dishes are a house speciality. Known locally as the best authentic Indian restaurant in Skegness. The Bollywood features bistro style service, its own self-contained bar and shows Indian films and Television programmes throughout the evening, but for those who want to stay with the more traditional menu the hotel has the English Bistro Grill & Steak Restaurant.

The Colonial Lounge and Bar is a relaxing lounge area with its own bar, located between hotel reception and the Royal Garden Suite function room, with the lounge overlooking the seaside gardens, a perfect location for morning coffee, lunchtime gatherings or glass of wine after hard day of beach walks or exploration of the Lincolnshire area.

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  • Destination: Llandudno

The Brig Y Don is situated in the beautiful Llandudno close to the beautiful North Wales coast. The hotel is located next to the famed Mostyn Street where you can find Victoria Shopping Centre. The shows, Theatre and railway station are all within walking distance. As is the world famous Happy Valley which is located on The Great Orme and offers artificial ski slopes, golf, bowls and copper mines. Few hotels can boast a more magnificent setting than the Brig-Y-Don Hotel, which offers two quiet lounges for you to relax and enjoy the view of the bay.

Llandudno also boasts the longest pier in Wales at 2295ft long, and not forgetting just half an hour away is the highest mountain in Snowdon.

All bedrooms have colour TV, teasmade, are centrally heated and have en-suite facilities. There is an 8 person lift with access to all floors.

The ballroom bar is spacious and stocks a variety of wines, spirits, liqueurs and beers, perfect for a rendezvous with old and new friends, a quiet drink or a sing along with the entertainers.

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  • Destination: Llandudno

The Grand Hotel, Llandudno is a splendid Victorian Building in a prime location, overlooking the Promenade on the North Shore.

Nestled at the foot of the Great Orme with magnificent views out over the bay, this family hotel is a great place to stay in North Wales.

There are 162 en-suite bedrooms with traditional décor and facilities including TV and tea & coffee making facilities.

The Premier Dining Room has spectacular views overlooking Llandudno’s bay and serves a delicious Carvery as well as a good selection for Vegetarians.

The Main Restaurant is adjacent and offers a more informal dining atmosphere with flexible seating times.

The Connaught Bar is a lively bar with Karaoke while the Grand Ballroom and Langtry’s cater for evening entertainment. In addition there is also a snooker room.

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  • Destination: Great Yarmouth

All of our 57 en-suite bedrooms will give you first-class comfort and a very warm welcome with the luxurious feel of the past combines and all the amenities of a modern hotel. Each of the bedrooms is with direct dial telephone, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities.

Large family rooms and triple rooms are also available.

We also have a luxurious four posted double en-suite where Charles Dickens stayed in this room for one year whilst writing the novel David Copperfield. You need to book in advance as this room is most wanted.
Our Well-stocked Bar welcomes all of you to drink with us at all times. Traditional English buffet breakfast and dinner will be served in our spacious dinning room daily.
Our Dickens’ Ballroom measures 36 feet by 25 feet, with a sprung maple floor perfect for all types of dancing…Lets dance!!

Our spacious Dining Room offers superb cooking by our resident chef and caters for all tastes. Oliver’s Restaurant serves quality English and Oriental cuisine at reasonable rates. Vegetarian’s options and tailor-made meals are also provided.

Breakfast is a hot buffet each morning where you can choose from a varied selection offering a simple choice to Full English Breakfast. Self Service-visit the buffet as many times as you wish.

Dinner is always a 4 Course meal (including tea or coffee) where you can enjoy our quality food and good service. For special occasions, Christmas, New Year, Easter, we can organise hot & cold buffets.

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  • Destination: Great Yarmouth

The impressive Nelson Hotel is situated on Great Yarmouth’s seafront adjacent to the Wellington Pier and Winter Gardens and is perfectly located for a picture-perfect visit to Great Yarmouth.

The hotel's bright, airy restaurant overlooks the promenade and beach, while the large, comfortable bar is a great place to unwind after a day of fresh sea air.
Many of the hotel's 50 rooms offer sea views, while all include en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities and digital television.
There are over 15 miles of beaches within the Great Yarmouth area. It’s all part of a great coastline offering an attractive blend of wide sandy beaches, sand dunes and cliffs.

Great Yarmouth puts the fun back into shopping, whether in the big high street stores, local shops or the more traditional seaside shops. Market days are Wednesday and Saturdays all year and also on Friday during the summer months.

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  • Destination: Great Yarmouth

The St George hotel is located in a wonderful position directly opposite the Wellington Pier ‘the centre of entertainment’ in Great Yarmouth.

All 55 bedrooms are en-suite with colour television and tea & coffee making facilities. There is a lift that serves all floors.

The dining room staff are always waiting to welcome you and offer you interesting menus of traditional home cooked food and a comprehensive list of wines, beers and spirits to enjoy with your meals.

The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, which is heated between June & September and also a secluded sun terrace.

There are over 15 miles of beaches within the Great Yarmouth area. It’s all part of a great coastline offering an attractive blend of wide sandy beaches, sand dunes and cliffs.

Great Yarmouth puts the fun back into shopping, whether in the big high street stores, local shops or the more traditional seaside shops. Market days are Wednesday and Saturdays all year and also on Friday during the summer months.

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