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PRICES FROM £335


ALBUFEIRA PORTUGAL


Walking in the New Forest


BEAULIEU HOTEL, LYNDHURST ZZZ 2 NIGHTS


Gentle guided walks in good company in a magical location.


This old coaching inn has welcomed our small and friendly walking groups before. It’s a great base from which to discover the New Forest – the woods are on the doorstep. As well as the bar and restaurant, there’s a small indoor pool.


We kick off on Friday evening with an introductory talk from your guide, who leads the ‘long’ walk on Saturday (about 7 miles with a good break for a pub lunch) and the short walk on Sunday morning. As well as 2 breakfasts, we include dinner with wine on Friday and Saturday nights. Lunches at your own expense. An extra night lets you explore independently.


Prices in £ sterling start from Date


24 Nov 17 02 Mar 18 20 Apr 18


Day 2 nights Extra nights B&B Fri 335 Fri 335 Fri 335


85 85 85


Easter in Bedfordshire


HOLIDAY INN LUTON SOUTH ZZZ PLUS 2 OR 3 NIGHTS


We return to this excellent Holiday Inn for an Easter break. Despite its less than exciting name the hotel enjoys a lovely spot at Markyate and is perfectly placed for exploring The Chilterns, Whipsnade Zoo, Hatfield House or St Albans.


Arrive for a relaxed dinner Friday evening; Saturday is free for sightseeing or using the leisure club. Dinner (with wine) and disco is the plan for Saturday evening. Either depart Sunday after breakfast, or stay on: we Host a relaxed dinner that evening for those on the 3-night package.


PRICES FROM £285


Prices in £ sterling start from Date


30 Mar 18 31 Mar 18


Day 3 nights 2 nights Fri 390 Sat -


285 85


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