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The Midland Hotel - Weston-super-Mare

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5 Days from just £475.00

Midland Hotel

Visit this seaside town in North Somerset, famous for its Grand pier & Victorian promenade fronted by a beach with views over the Bristol Channel. Home to many restaurants, cafés & shops and traditional seaside attractions.

The Midland Hotel is located on the seafront, overlooking the bay and the new Grand Pier. All rooms are en-suite, many featuring amazing views out across the bay and the illuminated Pier. Rooms include tea/coffee making facilities and TV. A lift serves all floors. Enjoy delicious food from the Waverley Restaurant. The hotel also features a modern dance floor and entertainment from top performers.



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Tours in this Itinerary

Departing
Wed 23 Dec, 2020
Tour Ref
MID3 1
Days
5
Price From
£475.00
Saving
£-
Pickup Points
  • Home Pick-Up (Within the catchment area)
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Rooms
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  • Single
  • Twin
  • 1 dbl + 1 single
  • Twin Seaview
  • Twin Sea View & Balcony
  • Double Sea View with Balcony
  • Small Twin
  • Small Double
Available Seats
Departing
Tour Ref
Days
Price From
Saving
Rooms
Available Seats
 
Wed 23 Dec, 2020
MID3 1
5
£475.00
£-
View
  • Single
  • Twin
  • 1 dbl + 1 single
  • Twin Seaview
  • Twin Sea View & Balcony
  • Double Sea View with Balcony
  • Small Twin
  • Small Double

Included Excursions

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Clevedon & Oakham Treasures – Oakham Treasures is one of the largest privately-owned museums of retail and farming history in the UK, guaranteeing you an amazing and uplifting trip down Memory Lane. The Acorns café serves tea/coffee, homemade cakes, snacks and meals. En route back to the hotel, we make a stop at the beautiful seaside town of Clevedon. This Victorian town with pebbled beach boasts the only Grade I listed pier in England (cost included).

Glastonbury Abbey & Wells – Visit one of England’s earliest and most fascinating Abbeys. Revel in the history and visit the burial place of King Arthur. Costumed guides will explain the Medieval lifestyle. With 36 acres of parkland, there is something for everyone. Our next port of call is Wells; the smallest city in England. Visit the Cathedral that is home to the oldest clock in the world. Climb the steps to the Chapter House and take in the beauty of this amazing building. Be sure to browse the market which takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays, set in the most beautiful of locations with the cathedral as the backdrop.