Turkey and Tinsel Tours with Bowens Holidays

Bowens Turkey & Tinsel tours are always popular and they have a range of destinations to suit every interest, so if you are looking for a great value break or want to enjoy an extra celebration then why not join us on a Turkey & Tinsel Break? Each hotel produces their own programme and interpretation of “Turkey & Tinsel”. Some hotels celebrate Christmas & New Year, and others dedicate the break to Christmas.

Folkestone & Bruges Turkey & Tinsel
The bustling resorts of Fort William and Oban are thriving tourist centres, ideal for discovering the Western Highlands. What is it that makes this area so special? Is it the high mountain peaks and deep glacial valleys, or is it the tranquil glens that have remained unspoilt, untouched and unchanged for centuries, and the clean fresh air? You decide as you sit back, relax and enjoy our jaunt through some of Scotland’s finest scenery.

Our Excursions
Chilham, Canterbury & Old England – To Chilham, with quaint half-timbered houses around the village square, then to Canterbury. This ancient cathedral city retains much of the atmosphere known to the medieval pilgrims in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
Bruges – Crossing the channel we take the autoroute to Bruges. Once there, you’ll see why it has been named Venice of the North, for a network of canals intersects the city’s cobbled streets. Small boats provide tourists with the best way to admire the architecture of the city’s ancient buildings. There’s great shopping too – Bruges is known for its lace and luxury chocolate.

Our Hotel
Langhorne Garden Hotel,  Folkestone
Four nights dinner, bed & breakfast
A long standing favourite, the hotel is ideally situated adjacent to the Leas Promenade, just a few minutes walk from the pretty harbour and seafront
* All bedrooms en suite with TV, telephone and hospitality tray
* Bright and spacious lounge
* Elegant dining room
* Two bars
* Entertainment some nights
* Lift to upper floors

Sunday 20th November – 5 days dinner, bed & breakfast
from only £231 per person
for more details click here

If a trip to the continent is not what you would like then try one of these:

Eastbourne Turkey and Tinsel
31st October – 5 Days –  Coachholidays Price £231
Eastbourne is one of England’s most elegant seaside resorts. Originally a simple fishing village, it was developed into a large bathing resort in Victorian times. A wide seafront promenade extends along the broad shingle beach. A marvellous holiday atmosphere pervades the Grand Parade which is lined with magnificent white and pastel painted hotels, the famous old pier dating from 1870 and the remarkable bandstand of 1935. Beyond the town the cliff top rises to the foothills of the South Downs, while the lower promenade leads to gardens with fine views across the bay to Hastings.

Bournemouth Turkey and Tinsel
7th November – 5 Days – Coachholidays Price £218
Bournemouth is renowned for its golden beaches, genteel gardens and Victoria pier. There’s so much to see and do in Bournemouth in the town centre and on the sea front, with seven miles of golden sandy beach and clear blue water.


Cornish Riviera Turkey and Tinsel
12th November – 5 Days – Coachholidays Price £241
Newquay – the coast of dreams – represents a rare mix of wonderful coastlines; spectacular beaches washed clean by the Atlantic Ocean; rock pools teeming with marine life; crystalclear sea for a leisurely swim, soaring cliffs with magnificent views; and delightful gardens for tranquil strolls. The town centre has a full range of shops and leisure facilities, a picturesque harbour and plenty of streetside cafes & bars.


Reference: Bowens Holidays Eshot – 8th September 2011 – Celebrate the Festive Season on a Turkey and Tinsel break.

To view any of the tours above click on the links or call our friendly reservations team on 0845 330 3747 to book one of the exciting Bowens Turkey and Tinsel tours. If none of them take your fancy please visit our website www.coachholidays.com for a wider range of Turkey and Tinsel tours available.


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