Cricket St. Thomas
Monday 28th October - Friday 1st November 2019
5 daysDeposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £24pp
No Single Supplement
Cricket St. Thomas is a Warner’s Country House Hotel in the heart of the Somerset countryside. The 18th century regency mansion is set in gardens based on designs by ‘Capability Brown’. Enjoy comfortable, modern accommodation, first-class leisure facilities and live entertainment. Cricket St. Thomas was often visited by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, and many will remember it as the setting for the television series “To The Manor Born”.
Prices shown are for standard rooms. Signature rooms are available at a supplement of £26pp (twin/double only)
Your Holiday Hotel
All the bedrooms at Cricket St. Thomas are equipped with television, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, comfortable lounge chairs and en-suite bathroom. There is a wide range of leisure activities, including a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room. Pool, snooker, billiards, darts and table tennis are available. Beauty treatments and massages may be booked at the Spa (additional cost applies). You will find a range of bars and coffee shops, and nightly entertainment is provided in the Pavilion Cabaret Room. Please note that some bedrooms involve a walk (mostly under cover) of about 200 - 250 yards to the main restaurant and Ballroom area. The Hotel has a lift.
(DAY 1) Monday 28th October
A taxi will collect you from your door and as soon as everyone is on board the coach, we will travel to Dorset, making a stop for lunch in the hilltop town of Shaftesbury. We will arrive at Cricket St. Thomas by mid-afternoon, allowing time to relax before dinner.
(DAY 2) Tuesday 29th October
We make our way through pretty Somerset villages to Wells. Facing the spacious green is the city's famous cathedral. Construction was begun in the 12th century and completed by the middle of the 14th. Its west front is one of the finest in Britain. Time to stroll through narrow streets, enjoy the small independent shops and find lunch before we return to Cricket.
(DAY 3) Wednesday 30th October
The bustling little Dorset town of Bridport is less than an hour's drive from our Hotel. Its Market has been operating since the town was granted a charter by Henry 111 in 1253. There will be time to browse the stalls, many of which offer local produce, and find lunch in one of the old inns and café
(DAY 4) Thursday 31st October
A day at leisure to enjoy the Hotel and its surroundings. Take a dip in the pool, stroll through the historic gardens, enjoy a game of snooker or simply relax with a book in the comfortable lounge.
(DAY 5) Friday 1st November
We will return by way of Dorchester, Poole and the New Forest. The Roadmark taxis will be waiting to take you home.