Bournemouth, Purbeck and The New Forest
Introductory Tour for Newcomers
Sunday 31st March - Tuesday 2nd April 2019
3 daysDeposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £Complimentary pp
Single supplement: £36
If you have never travelled on a Roadmark coach holiday before you may be wondering what the experience entails, whether you will enjoy the company of others on an extended tour, and about the standard of the hotels we use? This short break enables you to experience Roadmark hospitality at a special reduced price. We invite you to join David, our Managing Director, for a two-night stay at the comfortable Hotel Miramar, with dinner and breakfast included.
As a thank you for booking your first holiday with Roadmark you will receive a £10 Holiday Voucher per person. Please note that this holiday is intended only for those who have not previously been with us on a holiday tour.
Your Holiday Hotel
The 4-star Hotel Miramar styles itself as “The Country House Hotel by the Sea” and is the epitome of an English Country House, with its façade of Roman inspired pillars and curved balconies overlooking lawns and terraces. The restaurant offers an imaginative menu, using fresh local produce. Friendly staff provide a high standard of service. All 43 bedrooms at the Miramar vary in shape and size, and are elegantly furnished with luxury beds, duvets and bed linen for your comfort. The majority of rooms are fitted with a shower over the bath. The Hotel has a lift.
(DAY 1) Sunday 31st March
You will be collected by taxi from your home and join your friendly driver and fellow passengers on the coach. We will take a scenic route through The New Forest with a lunch break in Lyndhurst, arriving in Bournemouth mid–afternoon. Our Hotel is situated on the East Cliff, close to the town centre. Join Roadmark’s Managing Director for a complimentary welcome drink before dinner this evening.
(DAY 2) Monday 1st April
After the Miramar’s delicious breakfast we will drive through some of the town’s leafy chines to Sandbanks, home to some of the most exclusive properties in the UK. The Sandbanks and Canford Cliffs coastal area is known as ‘Britain’s Palm Beach’. We board the chain ferry across the mouth of Poole Harbour to the Isle of Purbeck, and continue to the Victorian resort of Swanage before returning through Corfe Castle and Wareham. Our other stop today will be in Poole, where you can take a stroll along the Quayside with its colourful fishing boats and luxury Sunseeker powerboats, and delve into the heart of the old town, once home to sea captains and pirates.
(DAY 3) Tuesday 2nd April
This morning we drive through some more of the New Forest to the City of Salisbury, where Tuesday is Market Day. There will be time to explore, visit the Cathedral and find lunch. During the afternoon we travel home, and when we reach the local area a taxi will be waiting to take you home to your door.