River next to the Inn at Brough

Palm Court Restaurant

Our first port of call after leaving Aycliffe is for tea or coffee (provided at no cost to you) at the Inn at Brough, an 18th Century coaching inn.  The Inn has been modernised extensively over recent years and provides modern comfort with the facilities you would expect from a modern hotel.

Next stop is Blackpool, the vibrant capital of Lancashire with everything including all the Fun of the Fair!

Before you sample Blackpool’s delights, lunch will be served at the impressive Imperial Hotel. You can purchase drinks at your table or from the bar if you wish.  Lunch will be served in the Palm Court Restaurant:

Leek and Potato Soup, Dairy Cream and Leek Crisp
Feather Blade of Beef with Herb Suet Dumpling, Butter Roast Potato & Seasonal Vegetables
Vanilla Creme Brulee, Shortbread and Raspberries
Tea or Coffee

Imperial Hotel

Whilst not everyone’s cup of tea, Blackpool is still one of Britain’s most loved holiday destinations, which should come as no surprise when you think about the huge range of attractions available all year round, as well as the new seafront, world-class events and spectacular light shows. Blackpool still retains the old favourites like Madam Tussaud’s with Mo Farah and iconic Coronation Street couple Jack and Vera Duckworth as well as comperes from Britain’s got talent, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, X Factor and many more…

Blackpool Tower

Of course, there’s the famous Blackpool Tower; it was refurbished at a cost of £500,000 in 2013 which is £200,000 more than it cost to build in 1894.

Quieter adventurers can appreciate Blackpool’s calmer side by strolling down the renovated South Promenade.

On the way home, we stop at the M6 Services northbound at Burton in Kendal to allow you time to freshen up. Please note that refreshments will be expensive here, so you may wish to bring something to drink with you if you think you will need something on the way home.

Visits to Blackpool
Monday 10-Jun-19
Monday 24-Jun-19
Tuesday 02-Jul-19