Warner Winter Treat 2019 - Littlecote

4 days / 3 nights’ duration departing Friday 18th January 2019
Return Executive Coach Travel departing from selected local pick up points
3 nights’ half board package at Warner Littlecote House Hotel
Warner’s nightly live entertainment + daily activities + excursion package as detailed overleaf
1 free place with 20 paying passengers and minimum numbers i.e. 2 free with 42 passengers (twin share)
Free Upgrade to a Signature room for the Group Organiser
Group Organiser’s Personal Liability Insurance is automatically included without extra charge

Price based on a minimum of 45 paying persons £249pp - Standard Twin/ double
Upgrade to a Signature room £30 per room for 3 nights – 4 + 1 rooms included within group allocation
No single supplement for specific single rooms – maximum 4 rooms
Single supplement £39pp (3 nights) – twin / doubles for sole use - maximum 3 rooms
Deposit £65pp (non-refundable/non-transferable) Balance due in full by the 30.11.18
Optional Travel Insurance £30pp - no upper age limit but conditions apply

Littlecote House Hotel in Berkshire is a fabulous Grade I listed Tudor mansion set in 113 acres of landscaped gardens and rolling parklands. It has a story spanning centuries, including playing host to occupying Romans, a Civil War army and was also the location of a tryst between King Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. Today, the ensuite bedrooms are stylish and feature a flat screen TV, tea & coffee facilities, complimentary toiletries, telephone, hairdryer and iron/board. The in-house Entertainment team offers a range of daytime and evening activities, nightly entertainment and dancing and team shows. This hotel also boasts an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, bubble pool and Salon Spa.

Entertainment :Top Tribute featuring MAGIC, a kind of ELO plus Majestic Voices performing a tribute to the music of Queen

Rooms allocated are: 15 Standard rooms (2 share), 4 Signature rooms (+ 1 for the GO), 3 Standard Twin or Doubles for sole use + 4 specific Single rooms.
All group bookings must include a minimum of 4 Signature rooms with supplement as shown above.
Any change to this room allocation is on a request basis only.

Sample Itinerary :
Friday Day 1 – Departing this morning our journey takes us first to *Oxford, home to 1,500 listed buildings from every major period of British architectural history from the 11th Century onwards. The centre resembles an enchanted fairy tale city, no wonder Oxford is a firm favourite of filmmakers from all over the world and has inspired countless famous writers over the centuries. Oxford is flat and compact, with many of its major attractions including the University of Oxford and its 38 colleges, the Bodleian Library and museums right in the centre – perfect to explore on foot. Continuing on to Berkshire and the hotel, dinner and Warner’s entertainment is included tonight. *The stop today will be determined by your departure point.

Saturday Day 2 –Today we begin in the nearby Wiltshire town of Marlborough, a typical English market town where Saturday is market day. From here we continue on to Devizes an historic market town with a colourful Medieval past, a wealth of history and architectural heritage with more than 500 listed buildings and a large Market Place in the heart of the town. You might like to visit the Wadworth Brewery, sample their famous 6X and meet the Shire horses that still deliver to pubs in the town. We return to the hotel where dinner is included this evening. This evening’s entertainment is ‘Top Tribute’ featuring Magic 'A Kind of ELO', plus Majestic Voices, performing a tribute to the music of Queen.

Sunday Day 3 – Today is a free day to enjoy the on-site Warner facilities and activities.

Monday Day 4–Checking out of the hotel this morning as we travel homeward, a potential stop could be historic *Windsor where you would have free time to explore at your leisure. You may even choose to visit the Castle (payable locally). While Windsor Castle is important, the town that grew up outside the castle walls has its own story to tell too. Windsor is also home to the famous Eton College, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI as ‘Kynge's College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore’ to provide free education to 70 poor boys who would then go on to King's College, Cambridge, which he founded 1441. For those wanting a little retail therapy, visit the Royal Waiting Room. Part of the former rail station the area is a beautiful space, impressive architecture, now packed with a good range of shops and restaurants. Departing here, we continue our journey homeward returning to your original departure point(s) later today.

*The stop today will be determined by your departure point.

Simply Groups reserve the right to make minor changes to this itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control.

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