Seaward Hotel| Half-Board | 5 days | 05/10/2015 | Weston-super-Mare is the place to be; no matter what your age is, how tall you are or what the weather is like... There really is something for everyone to enjoy! You can go to the beach, have some crazy family fun, visit museums, go to theatres or simply relax in this wonderful place. Nestled at the foot of the Mendip Hills, Weston-super-Mare is a great British seaside resort with good old traditional fun to be had. Miles of sprawling sand meet a lovely flat promenade boasting superb views. You can discover the restored Grand Pier, do a little shopping, or if you’re feeling brave, you can enjoy a trip on the 40m high Wheel of Weston! Things to do: Enjoy the attractions of the Grand Pier, visit the SeaQuarium, go on a donkey ride or the land train and have fun on the beach. Interesting facts: In recent years, there has been redevelopment of the Pier, following a devastating fire. Along with the preservation of the town's parks and beaches, this has helped to bring Weston Super Mare into the 21st century.
Seaward Hotel, Weston-super-Mare The Seaward Hotel sits on the seafront facing the famous Pier, overlooking Knightstone Harbour, where you can enjoy the local attractions such as the Winter Gardens. The hotel is friendly and comfy, with a lounge, bar and a lovely restaurant offering great sunset views of the sea. There is a lift to all floors, and bedrooms come with en-suite facilities, television, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities.
Visit to Bristol (on our way to Weston): This busy city, with its beautiful Georgian terraces and vibrant arts scene is one not to be missed. One of Britain’s oldest ports, Bristol is a treasure house of historical interest. It is the home of Brunel’s SS Great Britain Museum (past UK museum of the year), shops and delightful canal side cafes with fabulous walks, Bristol is an amazing city. Excursion to Bath: Bath is a unique city; its hot springs, Roman Baths, splendid Abbey and Georgian stone crescents have attracted visitors for centuries. Bath offers a unique shopping experience, with a fabulous selection of small independent shops and stylish boutiques, alongside, the familiar big-name stores and designer brands. Set in beautiful countryside, Bath is an unforgettable place to visit. Excursion to Castle Combe and Lacock Village: We drive to our first stop, the picturesque village of Castle Combe, which is arguably the prettiest village in the UK. It is certainly one of the most visited and frequently finds favour as a backdrop for period television and cinema dramas. The village is built around the 14th Century Market Cross with the old water pump beside it. St. Andrew's Church is thought to be dated from the 12th Century, and of particular interest inside is the modified 15th Century clock which used to ring the hours from the tower. Next we drive to the charming rural village of Lacock, which dates from the 13th century and has many lime-washed, half-timbered and stone houses. It was used as a location in the television and film productions of Pride and Prejudice, Moll Flanders and Emma. Visit to Street (on our way home): Before we return to our home, we call into Street, home of Clarks Village - the UK’s first and foremost outlet shopping centre
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