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      Liverpool & Port Sunlight Village
 
Liverpool & Port Sunlight Village Visit to Lord Lever's Port Sunlight Village

Liverpool is not only famous as the birthplace of the Beatles but is in the Guinness Book of Records as the official World Capital of Pop - producing the most number one singles. Art Galleries, museums, gardens and two cathedrals and the most used film location in the UK after London. The highlight of this tour is a visit to Lord Lever's Port Sunlight Village, a fascinating insight to life in the late 1800's. The Lady Lever Art Gallery is dedicated to his wife's memory, containing the best of Lever's personal collection.



      HIGHLIGHTS
     
   

• Hotel for 4 nights with breakfast & evening meals

• Guided City Tour

• Entrance to Port Sunlight Museum

• Entrance to Ness Botanic Gardens

• Porterage

• Tea/coffee after dinner



      YOUR HOTEL
     
   

RMS Titanic Hotel, 30 James Street, Liverpool
Situated opposite the Albert Dock, 30 James Street overlooks the Three Graces, which comprises of the Royal Liver, the Cunard, and the Port of Liverpool buildings. Once the home of the ill-fated White Star Line's (Titanic) headquarters, 30 James Street is ideally placed for exploring Liverpool and its many attractions. The hotel boasts a roof-top terrace, Champagne Bar and comfortable en-suite bedrooms with tea/coffee making. There is a lift to all floors.



      YOUR ITINERARY
     
   

Day 1 - After joining your holiday coach, journey northwards with comfort stops en-route to arrive in Liverpool late afternoon for your 4 night stay at the RMS Titanic Hotel. Dinner, bed & breakfast.

Days 2 - 4 - At leisure in Liverpool with two included excursions.

INCLUDED EXCURSIONS
Liverpool and Port Sunlight Village
All board for an informative guided tour of Liverpool with a local guide and then free time to sightsee at leisure. This afternoon you may take the Mersey Ferry across to Birkenhead (fare not included) or re-join the coach to travel via Ellesmere Port to the dock to collect you before continuing to Port Sunlight. Museum entry included. Return to the hotel in time to freshen up before dinner.

Ness Botanic Gardens
Enjoy a visit to the superb award-winning gardens at Ness, situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary. Founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a local cotton merchant with a passion for plant collecting, the gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by his daughter. Ness is open all year round with seasonal flowers, shrubs and trees, a beautiful rock garden, enchanting Laburnum arch and spectacular herbaceous border.

Day 5 - After a hearty breakfast return southwards, making a lunchtime stop on the way home.

 

Images courtesy of VisitEngland.com



 
Departure DateTour RefHotelBrochure PriceWeb PriceDaysSingle SupptAvailable 
Sun 16-Jul-2017EPS0716 1RMS Titanic Hotel£409.00  £394  5£110.00 6  
Sun 24-Sep-2017EPS0924 1RMS Titanic Hotel£409.00  £394  5£110.00 10+
 
 
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