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Historic Boat Trips on the River Thames


To Hampton Court Palace and Windsor Castle


B SKIPTON BOAT TRIPS


Group bookings available all year round! Why not call us for a brochure?


All departures are from our wharf in Skipton (on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales). Coach parties are welcome with parking available nearby! We can cater for groups of 25 to 48. We offer loads of different types of experiences:


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Maidenhead - Windsor - Runnymede Chertsey - Hampton Court


2018 brochure available NOW


frenchbrothers.co.uk 01753 827345


Cream Tea | Afternoon Tea | Lunches Buffets | Roast Dinner | Christmas Dinner


Cruises lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours. Coffee and biscuit cruises are also available for groups of 10 to 56.


Skipton Boat Trips, Wharf Office, 3 Coach Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 1LH


www.canaltrips.co.uk 01756 790 829 info@canaltrips.co.uk


See the best views of the Liverpool waterfront… …in under an hour!


Expert commentary throughout the cruise


Free entry to the brilliant U-boat Story


www.merseyferries.co.uk 26 TravelGBI | June 2018 31st March – 2nd


Experience ‘The English Versailles’


Pre-booked groups can visit all year round! Discover one of the country’s finest private art collections full of fascinating history. Include an Estate Tour to enable your group to explore the local heritage and the symbiotic relationship between a great house and its living, working estate.


PUBLIC OPENING TIMES: April | 26th


- 28th NORTHAMPTONSHIRE


WWW.BOUGHTONHOUSE.CO.UK FOR MORE INFORMATION & BOOKING:


01536 515 731 | info@boughtonhouse.co.uk travelgbi.com May | 1 - 31st August


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