The Pudding Club
Tuesday 7th - Wednesday 8th August 2018
2 daysDeposit: £50pp
Travel Insurance: £15.50pp
Single supplement: £29
Forget about counting the calories on this one-night break to the Cotswolds for a meeting of The Pudding Club, devoted to preserving the tradition of the Great British Pudding. For 2018 we are also including a nostalgic steam train ride on the GWSR, and plan to be amongst the first to experience the railway’s latest extension to Broadway.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DOOR-TO-DOOR SERVICE IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS TOUR
The coach will pick up in Steyning, Washington, Storrington, West Chiltington, Pulborough, Billingshurst, Southwater and Horsham
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THE PUDDING CLUB AT THE THREE WAYS HOUSE HOTEL
Based around a 19th century Cotswold stone property, the Three Ways House Hotel has individually styled bedrooms, each with tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, television, radio and free Wi-Fi. People travel from across the globe to experience the unique, and slightly eccentric British institution that is THE PUDDING CLUB. It has even been described by some as “The Eighth Wonder of the World”. The evening commences with a jovial introduction by The Pudding Master through to a light main course. Then comes the PARADE OF TRADITIONAL PUDDINGS, with all its noise and ceremony. There is plenty of custard to accompany your chosen puddings – you don’t have to have them all but many people like to try! Finally guests are invited to vote for the best pudding of the night over coffee.
HIGHLIGHTS & INCLUSIONS
- A visit to elegant CHELTENHAM SPA with its fine Regency and Victorian buildings
- A scenic ride through the Cotswolds by steam train on the GLOUCESTERSHIRE & WARWICKSHIRE RAILWAY. The extension to Broadway is expected to open at Easter, taking us across the impressive 15-arch Stanway Viaduct.
- One night at the Three Ways House Hotel, with full English breakfast.
- A meeting of the famous PUDDING CLUB (see below).
- A visit to BASILDON PARK. This stunning Georgian mansion is set in over 400 acres of parkland in the Thames Valley